Monthly Archives: October 2017
Don’t know what to cook for 2016 Monkey? We will tell you what to cook on new year’s eve 2016
Our ideas of what to cook for the New year 2016, will help you to make a festive menu and make it not only delicious, but also fully consistent with the hostess of the coming year — a Monkey.
Despite the fact that the calendar year of the Monkey will begin on the night of 7 to 8 January, no one prevents us to meet our New year with original dishes.
So, what to cook for the New year 2016? Monkey loves fresh, light and low-fat dishes, so this is a great opportunity to cook delicious and healthy dishes, abandoning the very nourishing and fatty.
Vegetable cutting. Tasty, beautiful and very useful. Continue reading
Caprese snack is becoming more popular in our country. This is not surprising, because it is very easy to prepare, healthy and tasty.
By the way, Caprese is just an appetizer, although we often call it a salad. However, the name of the essence and taste does not change :).
It is worth noting that the Caprese snack is one of the national dishes of Italy. Love Italians to it is due not only taste, but and those, that she symbolizes flag Italy (consists of such same flowers — red, green and white).
If you also love Caprese and want to treat your guests with this salad-snack, we will tell you how to cook it and show a lot of options for serving this dish. Continue reading
Snacks on the holiday table-a must. And on new year’s eve they should be quite a lot, because the fun, movement, games — all this happens, in most cases, not at the table. Therefore, it is so convenient to come to the table and taking a snack, eat.
Depending on the planned format of the holiday, you can make your new year’s table as a full buffet (only snacks), and traditional, supplementing the main dishes with snacks.
Today we will tell and show you what original snacks can be prepared for the Christmas table.
Cheese, meat or vegetable slicing is always present on the holiday table. You can put it in the form of a wreath, garnish with herbs and rosemary sprigs. Continue reading