Fun, festivities, high spirits, and champagne... there are lots of ways to incorporate the new year’s theme and vibe into your wedding day but what about the food? We’ve got some fresh-start ideas right here.
So, if you’re not a fan of traditional cake, we’ve got some delicious alternatives, sure to satisfy your guests, whatever their dessert preferences. Our advice? If you’re doing your yuletide baking yourself or buying something new, try a practice round to ensure your choice is the perfect ending to your special Christmas meal or special occasion event.
Are you in charge of putting together the Christmas menu this year? Whether it’s for lunch on the big day or any time during the silly season, our top tips will make sure that, when it comes to the catering, your party is more festive fare than frazzled fuss.
Know you want a wedding cake but not a fan of the traditional options? Helping a bride choose her wedding dessert menu and want to offer her something more than marzipan and a wedding couple cake topper? While we certainly believe that a wedding cake should be at the top of any wedding dessert catering list, we also know that it doesn’t have to be a traditional version to make a great impression (or taste delicious).
Nothing tops of a fabulous wedding menu like a made-for-the-occasion wedding cake. Both a traditional part of wedding celebrations and a chance to show off your unique style and taste when it comes to the dessert menu, your wedding cake is the perfect symbol of wedding day bliss.
When it comes to wedding catering, dessert menus have become a much-anticipated and memorable part of the big day. And, even though the wedding cake is most often the star of the dessert buffet, there are a number of dessert options that are sure to satisfy and delight your guests.
At Food Matters, we know just how important your wedding cake can be – the centre of your dessert menu and the star of the show when it comes to that first bite of cake as husband and wife. That’s why we love making dream weddings cakes for our clients.
It’s become common practice for organisations to put together lunch for their employees at least once a week, and often on a Friday. Not only does this save precious time away from work (as employees leave their desks to seek out lunch), it can also act as a token of appreciation for a job well done.
Are you in charge of the menu for a Heritage Day event? Whether you’re feeding a large conference group or bringing the food to a corporate celebration, a Heritage Day menu gives you an opportunity to explore foods from the many different cultural heritages that make up South African cuisine. And that can be both exciting and daunting.
When it comes to tea time treats or the perfect wedding dessert, what could be better than a freshly baked cake? And a classic vanilla base is a sure crowd pleaser. From simply delicious to the oh-so-pretty, we’ve got ideas for springtime-inspired vanilla cakes sure to delight your guests. Time to get creative in the kitchen...
As expert caterers with a passion for memorable catering ideas, we love celebrating a special event with food that is both on trend and delicious. And Mandela Day is no exception!
The celebration has been decided, the date set, and the venue and food carefully planned. What more do you need for the perfect office party? A well-stocked, well-run bar, of course! And, what better party drink than a cocktail to take your corporate function to the next level?
Catering a corporate event (where the food is plentiful, delicious, and memorable) takes experience and skill. You need to organise a large amount of great quality food and make sure all the guests are served without distracting them from the purpose of the event. When done right, food bars are a great way to achieve this.