The Importance of a Good Hor D’oeuvre.

24 Aug

Probably my favorite thing to make in the kitchen are small bites for entertaining purposes. I think its a combination of the-women-love-things-that-are-made-miniature in me, along with how satisfying it is to deliver something to your guests that is simple yet detail oriented and tasteful. It sets the tone for what’s to come. I always feel sad when I am at a catered event and the start falls short with plastic looking appetizers or plates that are just straight distasteful. A couple friends and I catered a wedding last summer for 180 people in a park with no electricity, running water, or kitchen. I can say with confidence that all of our starters were spot on and aesthetically beautiful. The key is using high quality ingredients that combine well together and not moving too fast or taking shortcuts. I encourage anyone with personal favorites to share them as well, as you can never have enough up your sleeve. Hope you are all enjoying the summer day and thank you for staying tuned…

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One Response to “The Importance of a Good Hor D’oeuvre.”

  1. Michaela 08/27/2011 at 2:47 pm #

    These look so good!

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