You can still Host a Dinner Party When You Can’t Cook
Alexandria Blaelock, author of Ms Blaelock’s Book of Stress Free Dinner Parties, says “Don’t panic – start small, work up, and practise, practise, practise!”
Here are Blaelock’s tips for hosting a Dinner Party when you can’t cook.
- Don’t overextend yourself: If you can’t do dinner, do brunch or lunch insread.
- Work towards one reliable dish: Learn how to make one main meal (e.g., a roast or slow cooked casserole), really well, then supplement with purchased courses
- Add handmade touches: Make gravy from pan juices, simple oil and vingear salad dressings, and sweetened flavoured creams are quick and easy to make in front of guests, leaving them to assume the best.
- Have salads: Even in winter, fresh salads go well with most meats, and fuit soaked in dessert wines make simple desserts.
- If all else fails: Order take out and serve it on warmed plates.
With Blaelock’s tips hosting a Dinner Party when you can’t cook, you can relax and enjoy your evening.
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