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Mini Caprese Bites

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Today's dish is an appetizer for any type of party or get together. If you have 20 minutes to spare then you will be able to make this. It is called 'Mini Caprese Bites'. It contains tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, olive oil wooden skewers and a few other other ingredients. To make it more crafty and easy for your guests to eat put the wooden skewers through them. Here is the recipe link so you can make them http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/mini-caprese-bites-10000001731442/

If you aren't a good cook and would rather eat out here are a couple of restaurants that offer this near or in the Boston, Massachusetts area. Cafe Rustico and Strega in Boston, Massachusetts offer a caprese salad.

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