Attack of the Freaky Finger Foods
Finger foods are having a moment.
For consumers, they offer a way to cut costs while remaining somewhat indulgent, while for chefs they offer a low-cost way to experiment without alienating their clientele. Who's going to argue with ordering a brunch item for less than 10 bucks?
Like eco-burgers and other food movements before it, entrepreneurs are behind this trend. Sure, Taco Bell released a breakfast taco, but has it turned out some chocolate nachos? Clearly not. Big companies wouldn't take such a risk. Here's a look at the freakiest finger foods to grace small businesses' menus.
JILL KRASNY | Staff Writer
Jill Krasny is a staff writer for Inc. magazine, where she covers the intersection of entertainment and startups. Prior to Inc., she was a writer for MTV and Esquire and an editor at TheStreet. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a degree in communication. She lives in New York City.