Food for parties (part 1)
In English, this genre is called finger food-food that is not eaten from plates with knives, forks and other devices, but simply with your hands. Without letting go of their glass of wine and without being distracted from small talk. Arusya Ghukasyan, who can cook for thirty or forty people in three hours, showed in the editorial kitchen of Afisha–Food magazine how much more inventive tiny portions can be than just a tartlet.
Mozzarella with anchovies
Mini mozzarella cheese 5 pieces Continue reading
distribution chicken traditional pepper simulating chopped salad birthday canapes summer slicing satisfying anchovies cookies sweet children minutes perfect cucumbers imagination squeeze account kinds portions Golden decorate cobweb cubes dishes decoration tomatoes communicate wedding element certain lemon small poured diverse interesting atmosphere baskets mention PICNIC FOOD: WHAT TO TAKE candles section cleaned ingredients picnic table nourishing prepare cheese