My martini of choice is a Chopin Vodka or Ketel One Dirty Martini slightly dirty with blue cheese-stuffed olives (Satterfields or Flemming’s make the best in Birmingham). This recipe reminds me a lot of my favorite cocktail, hence its name: Dirty Martini Cheese Ball. Even my son, Zachary, who loves blue cheese and olives, begs me to make this. It’s great for a party, and it’s so simple. Just mold it together, let it chill for about 4 hours and then roll in nuts. It’s a sure hit, so cheers!
I had this snack mix last week at my friend, Debbie’s house, and I was addicted. It’s so simple and basic, with the sweet dried cherries, spicy wasabi peas, crunch of the walnuts and salty sesame sticks. This is a great holiday snack as well. The green and red colors are perfect for Christmas. You may want to double or triple the recipe, by the way. Enjoy!