Like A Pro: Your Step By Step Guide To Being The Perfect Host
Parties are fun, but hosting them can be a lot of work. How do you minimise stress and maximise enjoyment? Planning ahead is your best friend. The less time you have to spend in the kitchen, the more time you’ll have to enjoy yourself with the people you love. These tips and tricks will help you throw a stress-free gathering like a pro.
Napkin Folding Ideas – Marquee
The Marquée is for all napkin-folding beginners and can even be done while your guests are knocking on your door. Plus: nearly every type of material is compatible with this folding technique.
Napkin Folding Ideas – Lily
The lily is a classic yet modern napkin design. With more steps than the Marquée, it’s a little more complicated to fold but the result is definitely worth it.
Napkin Folding Ideas – Rose
The rose takes a few minutes to fold but it’s the perfect table decoration for romantic occasions or if you want to impress your friends. The rose flourishes best stiffer materials.
Christmas Feast Done Right
Christmas parties are all about coming together over great food, catching up with loved ones and having an absolute ball of a time! What always makes a party memorable though is the delicious spread of food. Hosting a holiday dinner? Fret not! The key to stress-free cooking lies in the planning. For that, we’ve rounded up five recipes that will get you in and out of the kitchen like a pro.
4 Delicious Diwali Recipes We Adore
Looking to cook up a storm this Diwali? Here are 4 easy and tasty recipes to impress your guests with! Apart from being the vibrant festival of lights, Diwali is about togetherness, appreciation, and glorious food! No Diwali celebration is complete without a table filled with a wide variety of well-loved vegetarian dishes and sweets.
Quick and Easy Ramadan Meal
An opportunity to renew one's identity with Ummah (community) and learn important lessons such as patience, piety and discipline, it’s a time when followers eat only two main meals per day. Suhoor (eaten before dawn) should be moderate but enough to provide energy for the entire day while Iftar (eaten after sunset) is much more of a social event involving family and community members.
Elegant 3-Course Christmas Recipes Made Easy
In a blink of an eye, Christmas is upon all of us again – a time to gather with family, friends and all who are near and dear. We all know that the best way to bond is always through food – a feast, to be exact. And when it comes to family gatherings, often times, no feast is as heartwarming as a homemade spread.
How to Celebrate Deepavali the ‘Green’ Way
Deepavali, or Diwali is one of the most important holidays in the Hindu calendar. It’s a joyous occasion where families would spring clean their homes, put on new clothes.
5 Classic Indian Delicacies for Deepavali
When it comes to the Festival of Lights, our minds conjure up images of delectable delights. The joyous occasion is loved for its colourful confectionaries that are eaten during gatherings.
4 Ideas for the Perfect Father's Day
“Any man can be a father, but it takes a special man to be a Dad” - and once a day every year, there is a special day set aside to honor and thank that special man in our lives. While it is true that every day should be a day where we never take our dear fathers for granted, why not go the extra mile this year to make Father’s Day extra special for your Daddy?
Hari Raya Dish Favourites Around the World
Eid al-Fitr (also known as Hari Raya Aidilfitri or Hari Raya Puasa) is a Muslim festival celebrated worldwide. It signifies the union and joyous celebration between family and friends.
The Step-by-Step Guide for the Perfect Mother's Day
This Mother’s Day, why not show your appreciation for your wonderful Mom by planning a relaxing, stress-free, chore-free day finished off with a delicious guilt-free dessert she will definitely love?
Steamboat for Chinese New Year: 5 Tips to Spice Up Your Reunion Dinner
Thinking of hosting your first Chinese New Year party this year but afraid of committing a kitchen faux pas? Or are you daunted by all that tradition and worried that you won’t measure up when it comes to the taste test?