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When you walk into a room full of people in anticipation of a dinner or a real estate open house a tray full of gourmet appetizers accomplishes two things. One they relax the mood and lessen the anxiety in a social situation when you re in a room filled with people you may not know well or not know them at all. Two they break the ice and make conversing with others easier. Naturally a beverage of some sort accompanies the gourmet appetizer in your hand commonly a glass of wine or a beer (depending on the appetizer) itself. With these two things in mind the atmosphere overall is relaxed and as a result the host or hostess is less anxious when guests appear relaxed and having a good time. An important difference should be pointed out when serving appetizers.
There is no need to bring out the fancy bread or cookie cutters or to shape them into something sophisticated that any sculptor would be proud of. Just make sure that the vegetables or fruits look fresh and crisp. The ingredients should have vibrant colors and your breads or crackers should have firm textures. It will certainly make your guests enthusiastic and curious about the other dishes you had prepared. The last tip is for you as the host to set the tone of the dinner by smiling. From the moment you stepped foot in the kitchen to prepare the first dish you must be in high spirits even under time pressure. A positive attitude despite the odds would still make the meal or dinner preparations just as quick and easy as your appetizers.
Like dim sum pieces of sushi are another example of bite sized morsels that can be eaten in many varieties rather than a full course meal. Sushi has been traditionally served in Japanese restaurants although in recent years sushi bars (i.e. that serve only sushi and beverages) have become very popular. The ingredients of these gourmet appetizers include prawns and raw tuna wrapped around rice balls and then dipped in soy sauce and horse radish to perk up the flavor of the morsel. At a sushi bar you can typically order sushi rolls that are sliced up into bite sized pieces and individual pieces for as much as you can eat (and afford to spend!). Tea is also the preferred beverage when eating sushi. As with dim sum you can order sushi as a gourmet appetizer preceding a full course meal if eating in a Japanese restaurant.