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1:48 sprinkle on some brown sugar..aka dump a handful motherfkers! 😂😂
First time I've seen her video's. Last time I'm afraid. I'm looking for new and interesting appetizers for Thanksgiving. While I'm sure she's nice and all, I got the feeling of being talked down to. I'm not a beginning cook by any means, but even a beginner doesn't want to be treated like a kindergartner. I wish her well, but first step is talking to your audience not at them. Good luck!
Okay but why does she sound like she's talking in a PSA about drunk driving lmao
What if your guest is a vegan with a nut allergy lol
Shit i'm on the white people side of Youtube again…
horrible, waste of time and money for cashews : despite that salt/sugar/oil mess stays at the bottom, cashews are awfully salty, I have to wash and dry them so guests could eat them . hate that I found it
I can't see guests picking up a block of cheese, cutting it up then putting it back; yuck
love her enthusiasm!! priceless
how are people going to get the cheese if it's not cut up?
Horrible , I feel like it's a public service announcement
Love the appetizers but her presentation is blank and sounds like she's reading off a promp or something
People often ignore sweet appetizers in their list of appetizers for a party. For example, the good old tarts and cannoli – don't they make for sumptuous treats to get the guests started for the party? They surely do. At times, old-school works well with food.