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Pigs in Blankets

PIGS IN BLANKETS are a cocktail-hour standby and a childhood classic, but the tasty little nuggets can feel outdated to some. I disagree! Sure, the little treats are retro-campy in a midcentury way, but I’m an unapologetic fan of them.

Most “pigs” I’ve encountered have been wrapped in refrigerated crescent roll dough and served with yellow mustard for dipping, but I wanted to go for something

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