Question: Which of these appetizer names is trademarked?

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Jalapeño poppers

Answer: It would be no exaggeration to say that jalapeño poppers have become one of the most popular appetizers in America. Nobody is quite sure when or where the first jalapeño poppers were served, although popular opinion seems to agree that the dish probably originated in the 1980s. What is certain is that, on April 30, 1992, the phrase “jalapeño popper” was trademarked by Anchor Food Products. Heinz later acquired the name, and began to distribute pre-made jalapeño poppers in a frozen form. They currently license the trademarks to companies like TGI Friday’s to sell frozen branded Poppers.

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1.Jalapeño poppers appetizer names is trademarked

Jalapeño poppers, or jalapeño bites, are jalapeño peppers that have been hollowed out, stuffed with a mixture of cheese, spices, and sometimes ground meat, and sometimes breaded and deep fried.They are sometimes called armadillo eggs, especially if wrapped in bacon or sausage meat to give the appearance of an armadillo shell. The term has been used since around 1972 in Texas, antedating the …

2.Jalapeño poppers appetizer names is trademarked

So it could be a Mexican thing that was Americanized or it could be an American thing that made its way to Mexico to make tourists happy. Either way the name jalapeño popper was trademarked by Anchor Food Products in 1993, and turned into a frozen snack, which is what is most likely served at your favorite chain restaurant.

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Their ubiquity (and the name “poppers,” which is a registered trademark) probably came about when Heinz started to distribute them in frozen “ready for the fryer” form. I note that jalapeno poppers became ubiquitous right around the same time as deep fried breaded mozzarella sticks and deep fried breaded mushrooms (both also sold by Heinz under the “poppers” trademark).

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Make this delicious Jalapeno Popper Dip with bacon for the best appetizer at your next football game! Creamy and warm, this cheesy dip is filling, flavorful, and the perfect party food for fall. One of our very favorite appetizers is homemade Jalapeno Poppers with bacon but they can be time consuming to make.

5.Jalapeño poppers appetizer names is trademarked

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These baked jalapeno poppers are an easy, make ahead appetizer everyone will swoon over! These Baked Jalapeno Poppers boast the holy trinity of appetizers: creamy, cheesy, crunchy with a hint of spice AKA wickedly addicting. They are also incredibly simple to prepare and can be prepped ahead of time then just popped in the oven. To make, fresh jalapenos are sliced in half and loaded with a …

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We baked up a nut-coated cheddar cheese cookie, pressing the dough in the middle with our thumb (hence the name ‘thumbprint cookie’) to create a well for a dollop of jelly. Building on the idea of everyone’s favorite jalapeño poppers appetizer, we added a dollop of cream cheese, then a spoonful of our homemade Jalapeño Jelly.

9.Jalapeño poppers appetizer names is trademarked

Jalapeno Popper Bites give you all the flavors of my bacon jalapeno poppers in a lightly breaded and fried cheesy bacon mixture. For another bite-sized appetizer, try my Bacon Ranch Cheeseball Bites.. Jalapeno Popper Bites. Jalapeno Popper Bites are just the right size to pack in as much jalapeno popper flavors in each little bite.

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Instructions. Preheat oven 400° F. In a small bowl, mix the cream cheese, jack cheese, scallion and salt until well blended. Roll out the crescent rolls and separate into 4 rectangles (not triangles) with a perforation in the middle of each.

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1  Jalapeño Poppers
The name jalapeño popper probably brings to mind the whole jalapeños that are filled and baked/fried. This version is just as good (if not better) and bonus, they can be frozen for later usage! What You’ll Need -8oz plain cream cheese -8oz chive and onion cream cheese (or you could just use plain) -2-4 jalapeños, seeded and diced (leave the …
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2  Jalapeno Poppers With Shrimp | ABTS
Link to KIRBBQ’S YouTube page These jalapeno poppers were great, they weren’t as hot as I like, but the flavor was on point. I want to thank Kirby for giving me a little inspiration to change things up a bit. The ingredients used were Jalapeno’s (Halved and scooped) Red onions (Finely chopped) Cilantro …
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1.Jalapeño popper

received a trademark on "Jalapeño Poppers"; on "Jalapeño Poppers" used for "processed vegetables" however, the word "Poppers" had been trademarked in 1983…

2.Man v. Food (season 5)

cheese), the "Mac Attack" (macaroni and cheese with bacon), the "Jalapeño Popper" (jalapeños, cream cheese, Cheez Whiz and bacon), the "Greek Salad Dawg"…

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