Happy Labor Day! To celebrate the holiday, we have a bonus Word of the Week.
Amuse-Bouche (uh-MYUZ-boosh) – noun
A small, single bite, similar to an hors d’œuvre. It is usually given as a freebie before a meal, a preview of the chef’s vision or cooking style, offered at their discretion. It is not on the menu. In French, it translates literally to “mouth amuser.”
Present your own Amuse-Bouche in a serving plate like SEPP by Atomare Design. SEPP is a submission in our Farm to Table project.
This unusual serving can be freely divided into smaller or larger compartments to accommodate the dish.
By the very nature of Amuse-Bouche, it can be whatever your palate imagines. For inspiration, you can view some of Southern Living’s “bites” ’ here.
Now, go create some Amuse-Bouche (or use it in a sentence) and make us proud!