Mature and classy is exactly what this red wine poached pears with vanilla custard recipe is. Whip up a quick batch at your next dinner party to impress your guests.
Dazzle your guests by turning their all-time favourite desserts into amazingly moreish ice cream flavours. Start with this melktert ice cream recipe!
Just because all the bright summer produce you love is going out of season, doesn’t mean you can’t whip up a beautiful meal with fresh ingredients, like zucchini fritti (fried baby-marrow fingers).
We’re all about no-fuss feasting this festive season, and what better way to do it than with canapés? Sweet potato crostini is always a dinner party winner!
Your guests will be in awe of these elegant brownie and coconut sorbet sandwiches – the perfect way to end off your summer dinner parties.
Olives always make delicious appetisers – or snacks if you love them as much as we do! Prep these zesty marinated green olives for your next dinner soirée.
Quick and easy snacks never looked so divine! Whether you’re preparing a spectacular feast or a casual family lunch, these kofta with roti and pomegranate-mint gremolata are a must.
You don’t have to break the bank to make nutritious treats. These rye toast bites with fried olives and beetroot dip make perfect canapés.
Find everything you need to entertain in style this festive season! Be the host of the season with kitchen favourites from @home.
I love entertaining. My mum has trained me, from an almost concerning age, to be the most wonderful (if not slightly over-bearing) host. I never run out of ice. I always remember that my granny is allergic to avocado and although she’s not allergic to raisins, she truly despises them. I know that good red wine should be served slightly chilled and not, as the lowly heathens say, at ‘room temperature.’ I own a superb array of napkins and my cheesecake has been known to soothe even the most cantankerous dinner guests. Here are my trusted tips to making a dinner party as light, decadent and impressive as a perfectly-baked soufflé.