finger food


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food to be eaten with the fingers

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Our new finger food range offers mums a healthy, convenient alternative, with all the reassurance that the Heinz Farley's brand brings:
Orienbites, a trademark registered worldwide, is also a brand associated with gourmet dining convenience as Future Enterprises' range of frozen finger food allows various methods of preparation such as microwaving, steaming, frying, grilling and barbecuing.
Finger food is one of the smaller baby food sectors but it is booming, with growth of 16% year-on-year according to Information Resources.
We are thrilled to partner with Finger Food Studios, a forward-thinking and like-minded development studio that is innovating both in games and the new frontier of toys-to-life," said Sinjin Bain, MaxPlay's CEO.
A MERSEYSIDE hospital has launched a finger food menu to help patients with dementia.
From Chicken-n-Waffles to Homemade Hostess Mini-Cupcakes and small meat loaves, this pairs color photos of all completed dishes with recipes designed with finger food partying in mind.
Finger food eliminates the need for cutlery and will usually mean less mess at the end of the meal
Nigella will be rustling up a fast supper from Asia, a teatime treat and lone indulgence from Italy and fabulous finger food from Spain.
But she added: "Part of the appeal of finger food is the way it turns eating into the multi-sensory ritual it once was.
This finger food speciality was among a number of new Vici products introduced during the recently held European Seafood Exposition in Brussels.
The baby-led weaning movement advocates, in a nutshell, giving infants solid finger food and allowing them to master eating for themselves, rather than spoon-feeding them purees.
A new concept in finger food, Fusions consists of an outer shell of chicken, lamb, beef or rice filled with a sauce of curry or chutney.
This is due to fast food, finger food, TV meals and families no longer eating together.
HELEN LEDERER is feeling the pressure as she performs her new play - Finger Food - at The Fringe.