The holiday season is a time for gathering friends and family for Christmas parties with tasty snacks and drinks. From Christmas decorations to sweet and savoury Christmas recipes – these tips will surely get you and your guests into the Holiday Spirit.
The great thing about dining outdoors, is that your surroundings will naturally help create the right mood and atmosphere. From beautiful green surroundings to a scenic waterfront location or the vibrant urban jungle; make the most of your local environment and find that perfect spot to lay out your picnic blanket. If you can’t decide where to go – get inspiration for your picnic location here.
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A perfect picnic with delicious food is the ideal occasion to enjoy outdoor life and to soak up the wonderful summer sun. A picnic should be anything but stressful, so make sure that your picnic basket is packed with all the essentials, before you set off to your ideal picnic location. It’s all about preparation! This quick checklist will help you remember all the essentials for a fun and relaxing day outdoors – with delicious food and the great company of friends, family or your loved one.
Double Cream Brie with waffle and maple syrup
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Tapas are both tasty and fun as you get to explore lots of small dishes, flavors and combinations. And there’s no need to only do tapas as a dinner party– bring out a se-lection of cheeses and some flavorful accompaniments and you have the perfect setting for a Friday Night dinner – what better way to start your weekend?
Red wine and cheese are often served together. But it’s actually quite difficult to pair red wine with cheese, because red wine can easily stifle the flavour of the cheese – or the cheese can make the wine taste off. But fear not – it is possible.
Choosing the right beverages for your cheese board can be exciting – but also a bit of a challenge. Should you find something that goes with all the cheeses or serve something different for each type of cheese? Here are a few good tips.
Beer goes surprisingly well with cheese – better, in fact, than wine, according to many. Beer’s freshness, carbonation and complex taste notes make it perfect for serving with a cheese platter.
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Cheese and cocktails go very well together. The complex flavours in cheese contrast nicely with cocktails, which can be sweet, sour, thin or creamy, depending on what best suits the cheese. And the various base spirits bring out different aspects of the cheese.
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This cheese knife guide shows you what cheese knives to choose for different types of cheese. You can of course use regular knives, but there is just something about having the right tools for the job!
Here are a few tips on how much cheese to serve per person depending on the occasion.
The piquant taste of green pepper goes well with the strong peppercorns in Castello White with Green Pepper.
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