A QUICK SNACK FOR A PICNIC
No time to prepare for a picnic? Then use our recipes of snacks that will take a minimum of time and will allow you to feed everyone present. Instead of…

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Do you want to make a perfect day for your beloved and ready to cook a festive dinner? We know how to help you! Here you will find not only…

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HALLOWEEN MENU
Want to make a good menu for Halloween? Then hurry up to take advantage of our tips and ideas! Today we will not only tell you what to feed their…

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great to sign the glasses

MIMOSA BAR

Regardless of whether you plan to arrange a new year party with a buffet or a full feast, Mimosa bar will be an original and convenient way to provide all guests with champagne.
“Mimosa” is quite a popular cocktail based on champagne, freshly squeezed orange juice and fresh fruit or berries.

 

Of course, do not forget to put and chilled glasses for a drink :).

If you and your guests love to experiment, you can not be limited to orange juice, and offer a few to choose from.

 

By the way, if there are a lot of guests, it will be great to sign the glasses (for this you can attach labels to each glass, on which each guest can write his name). Continue reading

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