Gone are the days when a wedding menu centred around a main meal with a traditional number of courses. It’s common practice now for bridal couples to serve food throughout their big day, from after the ceremony to late into the night.
Your wedding menu is a major part of making your wedding a successful and memorable event. And while we know that traditionally the wedding cake holds pride of place when it comes to the highlight of your meal, wedding desserts has received more attention over recent years. After all, who doesn’t love dessert, especially as part of the best kind of celebration?
When it comes to your wedding, there are so many important details to plan and deliver, not least the catering. Food is a major part of any celebration and can act as an anchor moment when it comes to a length wedding day – drawing together family and friends to share in a special meal (or meal moments).
Most of us thoroughly enjoy a good dinner party. Delicious food, good wine, great conversation – what’s not to love? But evening get-togethers can also be incredibly stressful, especially if you’re a busy professional and don’t have a lot of spare time to dedicate to preparing an elaborate meal.
Not sure what to cook tonight? Or tomorrow? Or the next day? Sometimes cooking for your family can seem like a chore for which you have no inspiration. The solution? Meal planning! While planning out your family meals might seem tedious, the benefits are many and varied – just like a great dish!
If we were all capable supernatural beings capable of whipping up dinners in a matter of seconds, there’d be no need for freezers or frozen meals. But sadly, we’re all just ordinary individuals: we’re busy; we’re often stressed and tired; we have a million things going on; and we need pre-made dishes to fall back on when we just don’t have the time or energy to put together a meal from scratch.