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This recipe for Pine Cone Shaped Appetizer, by Mary Pat Clysdale, is from Cooking with Mary,
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Mary Pat Clysdale Added: Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Mix and refrigerate overnight. Shape into a pine cone and decorate with whole toasted almonds (15 minutes at 300º oven) or already toasted to cover cheese mixture so it resembles a pine cone. Add long needle pine bough to top.
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