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Fast becoming one of my favs is the book called Hors D'Oeurvres by Eric Treuille and Victoria Blashford-Snell. Part of a series of books from DK Publishing. Most have Ultimate in the title. Good book :)
 

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You ought to try "Martha Stewart's Hors D'Oeuvres Handbook"

Click here for excerpts and reviews.

In my humble opinion, it's probably her best book of all. If I had to review it, I would do it in one word: AWESOME

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Hors D'Oeuvres by Gillian Duffy has some cool things in it. I'm pretty sure that's where I found roasted beets & Stilton salad served in small endive leaves. Great flavors and the colors and presentation get peoples attention.

[ August 21, 2001: Message edited by: KyleW ]
 
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