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SOURCE: John Wm. Macy's Cheesesticks
John Wm. Macy’s CheeseSticks has the perfect party appetizer ideas for Thanksgiving.
(PRWEB) November 20, 2012
Elmwood Park, New Jersey: John Wm. Macy’s CheeseSticks, created for the Grand Bar in New York, are the perfect party appetizer idea for a Thanksgiving feast. These delicious gourmet snacks offer the perfect crunch along with a healthy appetizer option just in time for the Holiday’s.
In 1975 John Macy, founder of CheeseSticks, created a recipe that would change the face of gourmet snacks. These all natural, healthy snacks offer the perfect crunch and light weight option worthy of being adopted for a Thanksgiving feast. Although, the original recipe was created in 1975, CheeseSticks has added several additions to their family including SweetSticks and CheeseCrisps.
These delicious treats can be used to accompany a side dish, such a broccoli and cheese soup or another authentic dip, such as spicy crab. They can also be used in salads, cocktail mixes or on their own to deter hungry family members from eating too early. They can be purchased in bulk snack size or individually online.
The best thing about this product, besides the taste, is the convenience of their website, http://www.cheesesticks.com. Their website is easy to access and includes resources for different party appetizer ideas, snack mixes and wine pairings. They also have a wonderful blog that uses relevant information that provides readers with great ideas for hosting any dinner party.
Thanksgiving isn’t meant to be just another meal, but a time to connect friends and family and show appreciation and gratitude for those we love. So, for this Thanksgiving add the perfect crunch buy purchasing one of John Wm. Macy’s wonderful treats.
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