Cook Book: Go French for summer aperitifs

No French dinner party is complete without l’aperitif, or, as we sophisticates here call it, chips and dips before dinner.

2nd June, 2007

No French dinner party is complete without l’aperitif, or, as we sophisticates here call it, chips and dips before dinner.

Since the 1970s this has developed in Ireland from cheese and pineapple on a stick, through to bowls of crisps, and on to hummus and olives.

Nothing wrong with that, but how about taking a leaf out of the French book for the summer months?

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