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3 tips to entertain on a budget

Young and Co wine

Fancy staying in and having some friends over? Staying at home can often be much more social and rewarding than going out. The playlists are yours, your shoes are comfortable and you don’t have annoying guys hitting on you at the bar. While there is some organising and cooking involved, it can all be done on a budget. Here are my top three entertaining ideas that are sure to be a hit with your friends! Better yet, they won’t break the bank.

Christmas Day Hacks for a fuss-free day

Christmas day hacks

Cocktails – check. Turkey – check. The perfect kitchen appliances to make it all a breeze – check. This year I am trying to make Christmas Day as easy and fuss-free as possible. So, I am left to enjoy the day with family and friends rather than fussing over food and entertainment. Here are my top Christmas Day Hacks to make it all happen! The right appliances Nothing ruins Christmas Day than having to manually and laboriously chop vegetables, mash...

Easy wine and food pairings to try this summer

Just wines, Wine and food pairings

What wine goes with seafood? What’s best served with Turkey? What wine should you serve at a lunch or day-time party? These questions are a lot more common than you may think and wine pairings can make or break your meal. To bring you expert advise, I’ve team up with Australian company Just Wines. Just Wines began with a clear vision of “Supporting Australian Wineries” by providing them with a single online platform for selling their wines. It is now one...

Do’s and Don’ts of food storage

Food Storage Review Sistema Brilliance Range

Food containers and food storage is a staple in every kitchen. They’re great for storing leftovers, packing lunch for work or neatly organising food. But do you use them correctly? It’s easy to get into the habit of throwing things in, reheating or freezing food without thinking about it. So to get your storage education up to date, I’m working with Sistema and their new Brilliance Range to give you expert tips! Reheating vs cooking Do you know the difference...