Place a skewer through one of the holes at the narrow end of the pepper, push it all the way through until the pepper is at the skewer’s halfway point. This skewer will support both the neck and one of the front legs.
It doesn't get much easier than this. Simply wrap pineapple cubes with bacon. Broil, flipping halway, until crisp (about 8 minutes). Stick a bamboo skewer in each bite to make them easily accessible to guests.
To create these acorn appetizer sticks, simply drill a hole in the bottom or side of the acorn. Cut a bamboo skewer to the desired length. Add a bit of glue to the end of the skewer and insert it into the acorn. Allow to dry prior to use. Wipe clean.
Grapefruit, Cereal and Pistachios ● Sausage and Pineapple Skewers ● Cottage Cheese With Cinnamon (Enjoy cottage cheese on its own or add in grapefruit, cereal, and pistachios.) ● Sugar Snap Peas ● Dark Chocolate Chips
Pre-make s'mores by holding skewers of marshmallows over a flame, then dip them in chocolate and sprinkle graham cracker crust on top. The bite-size snack will offer guests the taste of the outdoor classic without the need to prepare them over a fire.
Don't limit your decorating to the dining table. Create small, casual bouquets to display on a buffet or hutch. Repeating the natural elements from the dough bowl will add a greater impact to the entire space. Fill the bouquets with simple flowers, dried bittersweet branches, wheat sprigs and even fruit or mini pumpkins on skewers.
For a tasty Halloween treat, "mummify" chicken tenders with strips of phyllo dough and bake them until golden brown. Then they will be ready to skewer and dip in "bloody" sweet-and-sour sauce, a kid-friendly Halloween dinner or a party appetizer for all ages.