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Celebrating the delights of tapas, sushi, dim sum, antipasti, and many other finger foods from around the world, this no-fuss cookbook is packed with ideas for small, healthy, and delectable dishes that are perfect for chic but informal meals, snacks, picnics, or eating on the go.

Author Biography: Jennifer Joyce has traveled the world in search of new ideas and recipes. For the last 10 years she has been teaching her simple-to-make dishes to Londoners and is the author of two ...

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Overview

Celebrating the delights of tapas, sushi, dim sum, antipasti, and many other finger foods from around the world, this no-fuss cookbook is packed with ideas for small, healthy, and delectable dishes that are perfect for chic but informal meals, snacks, picnics, or eating on the go.

Author Biography: Jennifer Joyce has traveled the world in search of new ideas and recipes. For the last 10 years she has been teaching her simple-to-make dishes to Londoners and is the author of two books, The Well Dressed Salad and Diva Cooking: Unashamedly Glamorous Party Food .

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Joyce, a London-based American food writer and cooking teacher, is the coauthor of Diva Cooking: Unashamedly Glamorous Party Food. Here she presents sophisticated recipes for delectable tidbits (some are finger food, but others do require a fork or spoon) perfectly suited to entertaining, whether for a casual get-together or an elegant meal. The recipes are organized into chapters, such as "Fried" or "Skewers," or by main ingredient, and each offers suggestions for several complementary recipes to serve alongside, as well as a few simpler dishes, described as "Buy and Arrange"-though most of these require a bit more than just setting out a plate of store-bought olives or charcuterie. There are also six full-scale menus (e.g., "Bollywood Nights"), each of which provides ideas for tableware and color schemes, a game plan, and a recipe for a special party drink. The individual recipes include prep times and useful make-ahead guidelines. All of the recipes are shown in mouth-watering full-color photographs, and the striking design adds to the appeal of the book. Strongly recommended. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780756613471
  • Publisher: DK Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/28/2005
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 320,800
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 8.88 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2013

    Lots of ideas, fun to read, but no sushi, hence subtitle is misleading

    I bought this book because I wanted to make and serve sushi (sushi is listed in the sub title) as well as other small bites pictured on the cover. There is no recipe for sushi; the author suggests go to the store and buy sushi to serve. Unfortunately, no stores sell sushi within 1.5 hour drive and one restaurant requires an expensive membership to enter. Otherwise, lots of ideas, but sadly no suggestions to make sushi.

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