Ba'aba Beh Tamur
On the Jewish holiday of Purim, friends and neighbors exchange gifts of ready-to-eat foods. These filled cookies come from the kitchens of Sephardic Jewry to commemorate the heroic Queen Esther. As King Ahasuerus' wife, she hid her Jewish origins until the time came to reveal herself and foil evil Haman's plot to annihilate her people. Legend says that in order to eat only kosher foods while living in the royal palace, Esther ate only raw fruit, nuts, and seeds. So Jews celebrating Purim "hide" a rich, sweet filling based on those foods in pastry.
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Known for her sweet creations, Angela Gong, pastry chef at Waterbar in San Francisco, has created some incredible recipes for the holidays. Angela’s Anise Drop Cookies are one of her family favorites, passed along from her grandmother, and one she makes year after year. This special cookie, which looks like a French macaroon, is perfect for any holiday or family celebration! 
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Wicked Dessert Puffs
Puff pastry pockets filled with a chocolate peanut butter cup candy... now that's wicked good! This recipe comes from Pepperidge Farm. Click Here to See More Halloween Recipes
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Franks Under Wraps
What could be easier? Wrap strips of puff pastry around frankfurter halves and bake. Add two dots of mustard at the top to make spooky mummy eyes for Halloween. This recipe comes from Pepperidge Farm. Click Here to See More Appetizer Recipes
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These pastry cups make it easy to impress a crowd and highlight the perfect combination of tart lemon juice and subtle blueberries. For a shortcut, use store-bought puff pastry to make the cups.
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Mummy Pizza Puffs
Enjoy your favorite pizza toppings, all wrapped up in delectable puff pastry. Instead of pizza toppings you can fill with the makings for sandwiches like ham and cheese. This recipe comes from Pepperidge Farm. Click Here to See More Puff Pastry Recipes
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There is nothing more comforting than wrapping dough around your favorite vegetable. This asparagus in a blanket recipe is a vegetarian twist on the classic appetizer pigs in a blanket. This recipe has been adapted from the Perfect Pigs in a Blanket Recipe, and given a healthy vegetable-based twist. Photo Modified: Flickr/ Family O Abe/ CC 4.0
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Chicago-Style Pigs in a Blanket Recipe
"This Chicago-Style Pigs in a Blanket Recipe consists of wrapping the mini hot dog in puff pastry that had a sliver of pickle, a dab of yellow mustard, and a shake of celery salt on the inside. On the exterior, I brush the pastry with egg wash and sprinkle on poppy seeds similar to the original offering." — Paul Sidoriak, Grilling Montana. 
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As soon as I saw their robust, plump, and purple bodies at the farmer's market stand, I knew I had to take them home. I'm not much of a baker, but when it comes to figs, there's little else I'd rather do with them then create something sweet. I took a fairly easy route, which I think you'll agree with, and the results were phenomenal.  Click here to see 8 Fantastic Fig Recipes.
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These danishes are a great way to mix up your morning routine. Ultra creamy from the Nutella and cream cheese, the premade pastry dough gets an extra boost of flavor from melted butter and a cinnamon-sugar dusting. 
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Tomato and Goat Cheese Puff Pastry Flatbread
Entertain with ease — make this no-fuss tomato flatbread recipe and get appetizers on the table in a snap. Open a bottle of prosecco and pass around some olives and fruit, and you've got a party going in no time.
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Franks
There's nothing more rewarding than making something from scratch at home, and these classic appetizers are easy to make by keeping a few simple things in mind. 
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