Serve this tasty appetizer at your party.
Makes 2 dozen
12 ounces Chicken livers
4 ounces Water chestnuts, sliced
1 1/2 cups Teriyaki sauce
1/2 teaspoon Garlic, minced
1/2 teaspoon Ginger, fresh, peeled and minced
12 slices Bacon, cut into 24 pieces
Oil for frying
Cut the whole livers into 2 pieces. Mix together the teriyaki, garlic, and ginger. Add the livers and water chestnuts. Marinate in the refrigerator at least 2 hours. On small skewers (or long toothpicks) place one liver and a slice of water chestnut. Wrap the bacon around them and secure. Heat oil to 350. Fry for 3-4 minutes (Be careful! Some may "pop").
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NEW YEAR'S FOOD TRADITIONS
These are just a few examples of "food lore" associated with the New Year.
Brazil: Many people eat lentils to assure wealth in the upcoming year.
Greece: A special "St. Basil's Cake" is enjoyed at midnight. A coin is baked into it and the person who gets the piece containing it is said to have good luck for the next 12 months.
Ireland: Some of the Irish eat large meals on New Year's Eve to guarantee plenty of food in the house for the following year.
Germany: Leaving a small bit of all foods from the New Year's Eve meal on the plate until Midnight assures an ample food supply to many Germans.
Spain/Portugal: The picking and eating of 12 grapes at midnight will bring 12 months of happiness.