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Recommendation for high-end canapé and finger-food book


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One that we've used in the past is The Appetizer Atlas. But for other appetizer-type books, I tend to gravitate to caterer types: Ina Garten, even <shudder> Martha Stewart.

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Can you please recommend a book about high end fingerfood and canapes?

 

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Bojana

 

I don't know if I understand this?  In my mind, "high-end finger food and canapes" means using luxe ingredients for finger food and canapes. Caviar, smoked salmon, pristine fish, aged beef, etc.

 

That said, I own two books which will serve you well...

 

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 Martha Rose Shulman's The Classic Party Fare Cookbook

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The Book of Hors d'Oeuvres and Canapes.

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