Tiny Food Party

August 13, 2013 Leave a comment
Because of Pinterest, my obsession with food is starting to border on insane. There are so many beautiful, highly stylized pictures of food that look super easy to make. Some of my favorite ideas involve the bite-sized portions that look oh so good when displayed. What is it about tiny food that looks so cute? Tiny food is easier to eat, utensils are usually not required, and you don’t feel so guilty eating such a small portion. Plus, you get more variety. And for those of you who shun buffets, this is the chicer alternative.
So how do you pack as much flavor in smaller portions? What are some fun and classy ways to display little bites? Are there cute and clever methods to recreate your favorite comfort foods?
The cookbook Tiny Food Party will provide answers to those questions. Inside, Jenny Park and Teri Lyn Fisher share a multitude of simple recipes you can wow your next party crowd with. The book is chock full of colorful images to accompany every recipe. That way you know for sure how it’s supposed to look! Also find tips for minimizing the recipes for your favorite foods.

Park and Fisher adore bite sized foods and entertaining. The combination together is pure magic for them. Inside you’ll find quality recipes like Teeny Chicken Parmesan Crostini, Dainty Chocolate Raspberry Tarts, Snacky Mac ‘n’ Cheese Bites, Tiny Fried Tacos, and more. Here are a few of their favorite bite sized party foods from their popular food blog, Spoon Fork Bacon. Find more bite sized and full sized recipes there.

Images from Tiny Food Party and Spoon Fork Bacon.

What do you think of bite sized party food? Have you tried Tiny Food Party or any of the recipes on Spoon Fork Bacon? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!

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