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.
The sun is beating down and the kids are splashing in the pool, the last thing you want to do is slave away in a hot kitchen, prepping dinner for the guests coming over tonight. Here are the basics you need to know to host during summer without breaking a sweat!
Add a little South American flair to your next dinner party! Some inventive decor and exotic home-made dishes are just what you need for a fabulous fiesta.
With the holiday season almost upon us, we have no doubt you’ll soon be popping many a bottle of your favourite bubbly. Here are a few fun facts you can share over your next glass of champers.
Absolutely anything stuffed with cheese is bound to be delicious. These mince and cheddar filled gem squash are no exception. Serve them as a fuss-free meal or as a hearty side at your next family dinner.
They say the best host is a present host… So instead of slaving over a stove to get dessert ready the next time you host a dinner party, plop everything on the table and let your guests make their own truffles!