The Italian food culture has certainly influenced many cooking creations in the home kitchen. The phenomena that classic Italian dishes generate will continue to do so for a very long time to come. What we have planned below is an Italian menu...Read More..
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|How to serve wine5|
How you serve it can affect the taste and enjoyment
|6 things you should know about Mooncakes4|
In celebration of the Chinese mid-autumn festival, we thought we’d go through some interesting stories and well-known facts about mooncakes.
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Last longer, party harder and have more fun
|Chinese New Year Menu3|
Chinese New Year is a festive time for feasting with your family. Here are a range of menu ideas to celebrate the Year of the Snake in style. Many of these dishes symbolize good fortune for the year ahead.
|How to lay a table for dinner3|
A table set for a celebratory meal not only looks attractive, but serves a practical purpose for the diners – putting all the right tools to hand.
|What is the significance of the different shapes of wine bottles?2|
There are two predominant shapes for wine bottles, both French. Bordeaux bottles have rounded shoulders and a longish neck; Burgundy bottles sloping shoulders and a shorter neck.
|Dinner Party Menu2|
The perfect plan for your next dinner party!
|Easter Brunch Menu2|
Celebrate this Easter by hosting a brunch for your family and friends. We have selected a range of Easter recipes that will leave your kitchen smelling wonderful and aromatic from all these home cooked dishes. Depending on how many people you have coming over for brunch, you can choose a few dishes from this menu or you can choose to cook them all! Only one thing is certain, these tasty dishes will definitely set your mood right for this holiday occasion.
|Housewarming Party Food2|
You’ve just moved into your new place – congratulations! Every new home marks a new chapter, and it’s time to celebrate with a housewarming party. Your housewarming can be as big or small as you like – after all, it’s your party. Just remember, the more people you invite, the more you’ll have to clean up afterwards. Keep decorations to a minimum, as too much fanfare will detract from the characteristics of your home. Create a warm and inviting atmosphere by playing soft background music. Unless you’re inviting a select few for a sit-down dinner, finger food works best. This will give your guests a chance to mingle with each other while admiring your new home. We have created a special housewarming menu for you to select from. It includes elegant hors d'oeuvre designed to impress, casual tasty finger foods and decadent desserts that are easy to make.
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Do you love your wine but don't have a cellar to store them? Here are some practical tips to help keep your wine at the right temperature and perfect for any occasion.
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