"Amuse your mouth" when dining out

December 16, 2003 in Food Companies, Manufacturing and Trends

"Amuse your mouth" when dining out

Do you know what "amuse-bouche" means?

"These one-bite wonders, which are taking North American restaurants by storm, are guaranteed to make your mouth water," writes Tanya Linton in the December 2003/January 2004 issue of Style at Home magazine. "These bite-size pre-appetizers pack just enough flavour and texture to get you excited about the upcoming meal. Not only fun for diners, these mini-masterpieces provide the ideal way for chefs to experiment with small quantities of luxurious ingredients and to be adventurous on a much smaller scale."

Wow your guests with Angel Hair and Artichoke Frittata, Chilled and Grilled Black Mission Figs with Mascarpone Foam and Prosciutto, Truffled Lentil Spoon with Bacon Vinaigrette and Watermelon Cube with Aged Balsamic Vinegar.

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