The French Girl’s Guide to Food: L’Apero $4.99
I am so excited for the release of my second ebook: L’Apero. A slang word, L’Apero is short for L’Aperetif or otherwise known as little snacks or appetizers before the meal begins. These little finger foods are just perfect for your next cocktail party or even as little nibbles before your next dinner party.
Would you love to see more? Leave me some comments below about other mini finger foods you love or some ideas for future videos and posts you’d love to see! Just remember… keep it French, Fresh, and healthy.
About the book: Packed with 8 delicious recipes, you’ll have everything you need in one spot to make your next cocktail party a huge hit. L’apero is the aperitif or cocktail hour filled with small finger foods and treats that get your event going. A classic French tradition, these recipes are too easy not to try.
Includes: Melon & Prociutto Skwewers, Cheesy Profieroles, Dates with Gorgonzola & Walnut, Rillettes, Crispy Avocado, Merguez Bites, Brie & Fig Croutons, and Crispy Goat Cheese Medallions
**BONUS! A quick wine guide to get you started on knowing 5 basic reds and whites to serve for your guests.**
About the Author: In 2005, Olivia attended the French Culinary Institute (now the International Culinary Center) in Manhattan, receiving one of two full scholarships to earn her certificate in the Essentials of Restaurant Management. The following year, she became lead catering server at the Garlic Rose Bistro in Madison, NJ, while completing her Bachelor of Science in Business and Marketing. In 2009, she became the Catering Director and Pastry chef at a restaurant in Summit, NJ and finally opened Olivia’s Catering Shop in 2011.
Olivia’s clients have ranged from corporations such as Hibernia Atlantic, T-Mobile, and Celgene as well as wonderful individual clients for birthday parties, grauations, wedding receptions, bridal showers and holiday parties. Take a look at a few kind words they have shared here. Olivia is also proud to be a full supporter of Susan G. Komen as a volunteer and sponsor. She has had the honor of cooking for CNBC’s Jim Cramer, and Top Chef Host, Padma Lakshmi.