Monday, January 21, 2008

If you are time poor why not buy a course or the whole meal to serve at a dinner party?

We need to cover off as many dinner party ideas as possible and I have been to dinner over the years where a friend has made no secret of the fact that they bought the dinner from a restaurant prior to us coming over.

This makes a lot of sense when you are busy but want to serve a delicious three course meal. Chances are you have a favorite restaurant and probably favorite dishes there.

Why not share this food with your friends? It's just like shouting your friends for a meal but instead of enjoying one-another's company in a busy restaurant, why not take the dining experience to your home?

You can really relax - set up the table beautifully and just re-heat the meals if they need to be served hot. Remember that the meal has already been cooked so it just needs to be reheated - not over-cooked.

You may even want to pre-buy just one course if the dish is time-consuming to make but would match your menu perfectly.

Anyway, just another dinner party idea for you to consider.

Stay tuned for more dinner party ideas soon.

In the meantime, you might want to take a look at this Toastess Classic Cordless Warming Tray - perfect for this situation:

The Hostess with the Mostess

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