Tips for BBQ and garden party

What is the trend in the party in your own garden?

We all know the feeling: When the first warm spring evenings come, then it says, “Get out into nature”

Again, the trend of “Kokooning” applies. Your own garden is an oasis, a refuge from everyday life. In summer it becomes our living room and reflects exactly how our interior soul again. To put the beauty and nature of the garden right scene, it only takes a few subtleties. We recommend either as furniture rustic country-style rooms, an upscale style table with white linen and candelabra or quite modern: backlit polyethylene furniture. Depending on the style and the required equipment to tableware is then found in every style. Read the rest of this entry >>

Category: BBQ, Party Food Ideas

What type of food you like for your birthday party?

A celebration with friends is always a great thing. However, this means a lot of organisation and work. If you want to offer no fixed dinner but rather snacks and appetisers is a perfect finger food catering.

First you need to consider what type of food your are going to serve, do you like to spend hours cooking on your birthday? also there are lot of organizing, preparation to make before the party.  Should there be a complete meal or even a menu with several courses or perhaps a buffet of snacks and appetizers. Around here can save lot of work if you hire a birthday party catering service, which is very good if you want to offer many small dishes. Read the rest of this entry >>

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Good old Kale!

kaleKale is dark leafy green and it’s a hottest vegetables available. Let us take a closer look at Kale.
This includes:

  • Vitamin C – important for our immune system (Kale has more than twice the vitamin C as an orange. )
  • Vitamin K – essential for our blood clotting
  • Beta carotene – cytoprotective effect
  • Lutein – essential for our vision Read the rest of this entry >>
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Office Catering: More bite in the office

Amanda | August 7, 2013 | COMMENTS:No Comments »

office-catering-cocktail They say that love goes through the stomach – successful customer contacts too! For your conferences, meetings and discussions with customers, we now offer superior catering delivery service for the company! Whether canapes, delicious baguettes or sandwiches, Read the rest of this entry >>

Category: Event Catering, Party Food Ideas

Chinese finger food! Dim Sum

Amanda | August 2, 2013 | COMMENTS:No Comments »

What are Italian antipasti, Spanish tapas, then for Chinese dim sum. Dim sum is a Cantonese specialty and means “little heart warmer.”

chilli flakes at sunset

There are small dumplings with different fillings (vegetable, meat, fish and sweets) are cooked or fried in bamboo baskets. They are mainly used in Asian countries for traditional tea eaten. Nowadays you can buy in Germany in well-stocked Asian stores or supermarkets, the ingredients for it. They are great as finger food for parties or as a snack. Read the rest of this entry >>

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Ginger Chicken with snow peas salad

Amanda | August 1, 2013 | COMMENTS:No Comments »

ginger-chickenLight, fast food with an exotic touch to the evening celebration. Miso can be found in Asian shops, and the pickled ginger too. Miso (soybean paste) is a basic building block of the Japanese American kitchen.

2 tbsp miso paste
2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 tsp grated ginger Read the rest of this entry >>

Category: Recipes

A different way to Roast Meat (KitchenTips)

Amanda | July 29, 2013 | COMMENTS:No Comments »

Simply peel 2 large onions, slice in half, arrange in a greased oven dish and place the meat on top. Roast as usual.

Roasting this way, ensures the meat doesn’t touch the bottom of the baking dish and most fat from the meat is drained, but it also flavors the onions, which can be served as a delicious garnish.

Category: Cooking Tips

Finger food ideas for kids birthday – Appetizers

Amanda | July 23, 2013 | COMMENTS:No Comments »

appetizersFinger food – Appetizers

  • 300 g baguette
  • 200 g cold cuts
  • 100 g salami
  • 100 g smoked ham
  • Hard boiled eggs 2 pieces
  • 250 g of colorful sausage salad
  • fresh radishes
  • Sour pickles Preserve
  • Filed pepper strips
  • Half-fat butter
  • Low-fat milk Read the rest of this entry >>
Category: Party Food Ideas

Mango Sorbet

Amanda | January 2, 2012 | COMMENTS:1 Comment »

mango-ice-cream

Hot & sunny! the only thing missing is a little refreshment such as sorbet. The sorbet is easy to prepare. You only need a ripe mango, water and little sugar, and just like Gelateria nothing in the way. Puree, decant, cool! If you own an ice cream maker things get much easier of course – ice will be ready in 40 minutes. Read the rest of this entry >>

Category: Recipes

Tips when cooking beans (KitchenTips)

Amanda | July 22, 2011 | COMMENTS:No Comments »

beansWhen cooking beans, any additional ingredients, such as acidic substances, such as lemon juice, vinegar, tomatoes, ketchup or wine, should be added at the end of the cooking time, since acid makes the beans firm.

You could add a packet of seasoning after the beans are tender, as adding it too soon can inhibit the cooking process.

Category: Cooking Tips