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12/03/2007 01:11:14 AM · #1
What ever they are called... they are going to cause someone a world of hurt if they don't the toothpicks out before they bite into them. ;D

12/03/2007 12:23:56 AM · #2
I verified my thought with my wife who knows more about these than I do. We both agree they are "hors d'oeuvres". Pronounced "or-dervs".

Message edited by author 2007-12-03 00:24:59.
12/02/2007 10:31:11 PM · #3
12/02/2007 10:27:38 PM · #4
Ok, hedgehogs they are!

Next time I get blank looks, I'll just feel all superior, and make it THEIR problem for not knowing :-)

Thanks guys, for the serious answers as well as the for the giggles.
12/02/2007 07:14:48 PM · #5
sidetrack: I had a real good friend when I was in tech school in the Navy. He was half Japanese and half Mexican and he got yelled at during a personnel inspection because he had hair growing under his eyes and never shaved it. The inspector said he looked like a "damn hedgehog!" - from that point foreward, he was known as "Hedgehog". I am always reminded of him when I hear "hedgehog". He was killed by a drunk driver in San Diego in the late 80's in his mid twenties. :(

Pass the Bobs.

Message edited by author 2007-12-02 19:15:26.
12/02/2007 06:58:42 PM · #6
sheet, then we'll have to pay him hedgemony...
12/02/2007 06:54:12 PM · #7
They look like an Accident Waiting to Happen.

1. Art Roflmao has too much to drink.
2. Art falls headfirst into party hedgehog.
3. Art spends the rest of the night chatting up guests with a hedgehog stuck to his forehead.
12/02/2007 06:48:34 PM · #8
they look kinda scary.


12/02/2007 05:40:05 PM · #9
Originally posted by eyewave:

In Germany it's Party-Igel, which translates to Party-Hedgehog

Yup, that's what we call it here too; when you take toothpicks of food morsels and display them stuck in something like that, that's a hedgehog.

In recipes, "porcupine" usually refers to a style of crispy meatball made with rice, which sticks out, hence the name.

These are definitely not "kebabs" of any sort, because they mostly have a single ingredient on them, sometimes two. Anyway, properly speaking "kebab" refers to a style of cooking, on skewers over open flame.

"Hedgehog" is good. You can always call them Beetle Hedgehogs, jejeje™

12/02/2007 05:21:32 PM · #10
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12/02/2007 05:15:44 PM · #11
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Message edited by author 2007-12-02 17:17:45.
12/02/2007 05:02:54 PM · #12
He he he, you guys are such clowns! I do like some of your ideas.

It is making me feel a bit better that I'm not the only one that couldn't figure out their real name :-)

Oliver, perhaps I dimly remembered the "Party Igel" from my childhood in Germany. I assume that is why I've been calling them "porcupines".
12/02/2007 05:00:36 PM · #13
Crudités... with a spike...

12/02/2007 04:51:10 PM · #14
12/02/2007 04:39:26 PM · #15
Savoury Shishkebabs.
12/02/2007 04:37:07 PM · #16
Snacks on sticks stuck in oranges.
12/02/2007 04:33:20 PM · #17
I can't even work out what's on the sticks ?

12/02/2007 03:16:04 PM · #18
12/02/2007 03:09:22 PM · #19
Fruit kebobs ?
12/02/2007 03:08:00 PM · #20
In Germany it's Party-Igel, which translates to Party-Hedgehog
12/02/2007 03:04:37 PM · #21
small pileaus auef feuod
a.k.a. small piles of food
12/02/2007 02:56:37 PM · #22
petit kabobs
12/02/2007 02:54:08 PM · #23
Thanks for responding.

Originally posted by David Ey:

hors d'oeuvres ala Porkypine

LOL, that is cute, although the looks would still be just as blank!
12/02/2007 02:39:09 PM · #24
hors d'oeuvres ala Porkypine
12/02/2007 02:25:19 PM · #25
Horse duvers..
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