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Sep 20, 2006



Well, I'll be soon 'catering' for my two nephews and their friends on a regular basis, so I'll keep this recipe in mind:)


those burgers are adorable! i recently made some maui sliders and employed those handy cute skewers too. the only hard thing is trying not too eat too many of em.


Cute burgers. I too went to many of those parties, either you eat all of those junk foods, either you go back home with an empty stomach, your choice...


Dear Johanna,
What a neat idea for a party! The regular sized burgers are always a tad too big for me, so this is the way to go. But I haven't seen these kind of bamboo skewers here in Munich so far...


Kids, schmids - how about some of those at our next grown-up party?!? They look absolutely delicious and almost too adorable to eat :o)


Cute burgers. What a work!!! I have done an alike birthday party for my niece once. I supplemented the burgers with tiny hotdogs, they assembled themselves. What a succes.
Consider baking the bread - it is a tough job with all those tiny buns, but it is worth the effort.


many people have asked me where I get my skewers, so I'll let you into the secret: there's a company called who's got a selection of babmboo skewers and forks in various lengths and finishes. but don't tell anybody, ok?

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