This vodka-based drink is an easy-to-make throwback to the cocktails of yesterday. Make it for guests who don't want ale or cider.
Recipe: Moscow Mule
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Place a slice of Kefalograviera (Greece), Kerrygold (Ireland), and Red Gouda (Holland) cheese on two slices of old country bread. Spread with a bit of butter and place on a hot pan or panini press until the cheese melts.
Combine slices of Raclette (Switzerland), Organic Sharp Cheddar (Australia) and Asiago (Italy) on slices of focaccia (Italy) bread. Spread with a bit of butter and place on a hot pan or Panini press until the cheese melts.
Combine Limburger (Germany), a unique aged soft cheese, with Pepper Jack Cheese (America), sprinkled with spicy peppers, on slices of Pullman bread. Spread with a bit of butter and place on a hot pan or panini press until the cheese melts. Zoitas says that she thinks this combination creates the ultimate grilled cheese.
Pavlova with Lemon Curd and Berries
This meringue-based dessert, which was named after Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova, is popular in Australia and New Zealand.
Shrimp in Escabeche
Make this Spanish dish ahead of time and serve chilled. Your guests will love the tender yet firm texture of the shrimp.
Tropical Fish and Chips
Your Olympic party may feel incomplete without fish and chips. Try this zesty take on the popular British meal, which replaces fries with plantain chips.
Mini Welsh Rarebit with Roasted Pepper Chutney
Welsh rarebit (or rabbit) doesn't actually contain meal from the floppy-eared animal. These cheesy toast and pepper bites are a great addition to any party spread.
Red, White & Blueberry Trifle
This patriotic dessert from The Pampered Chef contains a winning combination of fresh berries, angel food cake and white chocolate pudding.
Hosting a party for the Olympics and not sure what to serve? Check out these six Olympics-inspired recipes.