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May 19, 2006

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angelika

So YOU have to show them how it is supposed to be - I am sure you will be highly successful ! My own experience now (from the courses) is that most people who start a catering, bar or restaurant do not know much about cooking and, even worse, do not bring along much love for it. So they have to put it into somebody else's hands - and, at least in my opinion, only the owner him/herself can bring along enough enthusiasm, especially as far as small and personally run businesses are concerned, to be really successful. I am sure your personal touch and the international background you have will form the best base for such a venture ! Looking forward to more of your fingerfood recipes, they are so inspiring and it has got a sort of tick for myself to find and invent more and more... Have a nice sunny weekend, angelika (magazines will be on their way on Monday, the problem is that I always tend to fall asleep over them in the evening and therefore it takes a rather long time until I have finished them...)

Stephanie

Exactly. You still get to run with your idea!

And if you ever *do* open that restaurant, you can guarantee I'll be there!!

Tanna

Now that's looks do-able and really good to eat! I think little bites are so much more fun to eat than big servings.

Ivonne

These are just gorgeous, Johanna!

Dianka

Great concept! Love it!

San Francisco Photos

Looks good enough to eat!

anabel

i realy love this

Elaine Vasconcelos

We had a really good time, and the food was one of the best i ever had.....the taste and presentation was more than i was expected. I woul'd like to say congratulation to the chef.

We already been on the new Amuse Bouch in Poland Road, and it's even better.....

(4 weeks ago)

umakecents

I love this recipe

jim

Bill

These look fantastic! They would be perfect for a nice fancy picnic! ;-)

Joan Spiller

Thanks for this idea, have been trawling the web and saw this one - I plan to use them at a function I am catering in a few weeks!

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