Tasting Party

February 27, 2011

You can’t create an hors d’oeuvres catering menu without first sampling the selections. With that in mind, I invited a few friends over to taste some of the hors d’oeuvres from the Brooklyn Eats menu.

Vegetarian summer rolls served with a peanut dipping sauce.

Roasted poblano soup served with fontina grilled cheese wedges.

Tuscan chicken, sauteed spinach and oven-dried tomatoes in puff pastry shells.

Pulled pork served on corn tamale cakes with sour cream and green onion.


One Response to “Tasting Party”

  1. Kate said

    I was lucky enough to be part of the tasting party. While everything was delicious, the pulled pork on corn tamale cakes were to die for! You don’t usually see soup as an appetizer, but it was the perfect amount and the grilled cheese was a great accompaniment. I need to get a bigger apartment so I can start hosting parties and continue to eat this amazing food!!

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