There's a rich tradition of special dishes prepared for Hindu wedding ceremonies, but most caterers and Indian food restaurants are happy to make these dishes for weddings of any kind. Many people think that they must choose a cuisine that ties into their personal heritage for a wedding. However, choosing something a little more unusual, such as Indian food, is a great way to make your big day more memorable. These five reasons will convince you to at least give Indian food a consideration for your wedding menu.
31 October 2017
If you are a big fan of wine, then you might be interested in trying some unique variations that are not as popular as your traditional white and red varieties. While there is nothing wrong with a great bottle of Merlot or chardonnay, it can be interesting to sometimes have a spin on the classic white or red wine. So, if you are a wine connoisseur, or even if you're just curious about how to go about branching out and trying new wines, you should definitely sample wines in the sweet, sparking, and ice variations.
30 October 2017
Sangria is a classic Spanish beverage consisting of wine mixed with fruit and juices. Traditionally, it is made with red wine, but you don't always have to stick with tradition! Here are four sangria cocktails to consider making for your next dinner party or gathering. From traditional to totally offbeat, each one offers its own unique flavors. Classic Sangria Ingredients: 1 bottle dry red wine 1/2 cup Brandy 1/2 cup orange juice 1 orange, sliced 1 lemon, sliced 1 apple, sliced 2 tablespoons simple syrup Combine all of the ingredients in a pitcher, and stir gently to combine.
27 October 2017
Mediterranean food features plenty of light breads, tantalizing spreads, and fresh vegetables. Salty tidbits, like lush feta or perfectly brined olives, help brighten the flavors further. Dining out at a Mediterranean restaurant can be a great choice for a vegetarian or vegan, although it's important to have an idea of your options. The following tips can help improve your dining experience. Tip #1: Always check the bread Pitas and similar flat breads are the main option at most Mediterranean restaurants.
22 October 2017
When you go out to eat at your favorite Mexican restaurant, you might be served dishes that are too large for you to finish in one sitting. As a result, you may want to take your leftovers home with you so that you can enjoy the rest of your dish at your convenience. However, if you are unaware of the basics of reheating leftover Mexican food, you may find that the quality of your reheated dish is much lower than necessary.
11 October 2017