There is an enormous amount of planning and organisation that goes into a private party. One of the most important aspects is the food. It is vital that you provide your guests with food, but this is an enormous task. It is for this reason that it is worth enlisting the services of a catering company.
Food is an important part of any party, but providing food for a large group can be daunting. This is why it is best to use a catering company, and in this way you will be able to select a wide range of delicious, well-presented food which is sure to impress your guests.
When throwing a party you will want to impress your guests and show them a good time. This can cause a lot of stress for the host as there is a lot to plan, and one of the most important aspects is the food.
All parties need food so that guests can satiate their hunger while they relax and feel comfortable, and it is also a good way to impress your guests. Providing food for such a large group of people can be daunting, and this is why it is best to use a professional catering company. This will not only alleviate the stress but also ensure the food looks good and tastes fantastic.
It is best to use an established catering company, such as Bertrand Munier’s private party catering, as this way you know that you are in good hands. Caterers such as these will be able to provide the perfect food for your party, including the best canapes London has to offer.
Canapes are a particularly good party food as they are light and allow people to socialise whilst they eat. In addition, they can also add elegance to the evening as they are beautifully presented and packed full of flavour.
Hot chocolate Recipe
Italy is famous for their Cioccolato Caldo, especially during the fall and winter months. This hot chocolate is sometimes served so thick (like a pudding), that you need a spoon to actually eat it! this recipe doesn’t make it that thick. The luxurious richness comes from using top-quality chocolate.
What You Will Need:
- 4 ounces bittersweet chocolate 70% or higher
- 1 1/2 cups whole milk
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 2 teaspoons corn starch
What To Do:
- Into a saucepan over LOW heat add chocolate and a drop of milk. Stir with a wooden spoon until melted.
- SLOWLY add remaining milk until it’s well combined. Add sugar. Mix to combine. Whisk in corn starch.
- Continue cooking over LOW heat until it becomes thick, creamy and coats the back of the wooden spoon.
Hot chocolate Italian-style is one of the most amazing treats in the world! You have to try this pudding-like chocolate decadence! Add some Irish cream, cinnamon, and whipped cream for a fun variation, or create your own!”
I suggest some petit four or sweet canapes and sandwich to serve your afternoon tea
a delice !!!
for Chocolate lover watch the chocolat movie you will like it !!
Hosting a dinner party can be very stressful as there is so much pressure to impress. Even experienced dinner party hosts will have anxiety in the run up to the big night, and often it is the food which causes the most concern. Cooking a range of dishes for a large group can be intimidating, but fortunately, there is a great hidden trick which can considerably reduce stress and dazzle your guests.
If you have a dinner party coming up and have concerns about the food, this is a great trick that will reduce stress and impress your guests.
Imagine a scenario where you’re hosting a sleek, reception for your event in London. Every one of your guests has turned out in their best clothes and are looking elegant and stylish. So, would you just stick to cocktails and call it a wrap? No, because as host, you cannot let your guests leave the party hungry. Also, due to time or space constraints, you can’t squeeze in a formal sit-down meal either. So, what do you do? Look for canapes in London of course!
You serve them, canapés of course
It’s often said, “Good Things come in Small Packages”. And, canapés are no exception to this adage. They are exquisite culinary creations that not only look good but pack a punch when it comes to taste. Thus, the ever-increasing popularity of canapés in London corporate events and other private parties requires no explanations.
Enter Canapés – The most preferred finger food at parties in London
Canapés (pronounced as “can-a-PAYS”) are small finger foods that are usually served before dinner often accompanied with cocktails. It’s a type of hors d’oeuvre and is a two-bite food whose base is either a small bread or cracker with a topping of savoury or sweet ingredients.
Modern canapés use a kind of pancake called as blini or a pastry shell as the base. Even chefs make use of fluted cutters to cut round or shaped slices of plain white bread that serve as the base. At times, you can also find small baguettes as the base of the canapé. You can mix it up and serve different types of canapés and provide your guests with a broad range of choices.
Why are Canapés immensely popular at private parties?
There are various factors that contribute to the popularity of Canapés. Let’s have a short look at some of the notable factors:
Easy to Eat
No one likes to mess their favourite cocktail dress. Canapés are easy to bite into, non-messy and above all don’t leave you with sticky fingers. You can have waiters serving them on trays to your guests.
Varied Selection of Flavours
No one likes to eat the same thing over and over again at a party. With Canapés, you get to experiment with a vast range of flavours. The topping can be sweet, savoury, hot or cold. You can choose from meat, fish, cheese, caviar, steak, lobster, prosciutto ham and shrimp. The more luxurious the topping, the deeper are the flavours.
Apart from the topping, each canapé is finished with a garnish placed on top of the topping. By garnish, we don’t mean something that looks beautiful like a sprig of parsley but something that adds an extra dimension to the dish.
Very often, a garnish is what sets a canapé apart and makes it tantalising. It’s usually small like minced herbs that lend an earthy smell, slivered red or yellow peppers that add a dash of colour or minced onions for that extra crunch.
With so many permutations and combinations, you can serve a wide variety of flavours and textures all with a single dish.
Serve Canapés and Impress your Guests
Happy tummies make people happy. Serve a broad range of canapés to your guests, improve the mood of your event and, feel proud of hosting a successful party.
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Delicate piece of pastry, toast, vegetable, etc., with small savoury or sweet delights ; food in miniature; perfect flavours constructed in one mouthful..
Ideal party reputation for truly talking point canapés – presented in the most amazing ways, constructed in perfect miniature, and tasting just delicious. We use the best, freshest, seasonal produce, just in tiny portions.
We can create a full meal option based on canapes alone or you can compliment these with some bowl food, in order to give your guests a more substantial alternative to canapes.
We can take care of all aspects of organizing your cocktail party or if you prefer, we can simply deliver the food freshly prepared to you. Have a look at our canapes box option for more informations.
Chocolate éclairs are among the world’s most famous pastries and they are certainly one of my great Dessert .
But must of the pastry shop in england and US sell then with Chantilly cream and chocolate fondant on the top .
This is why I like you to discover the French version of this golden cake …
For me a eclair need to be Classic and Fashion at the same time ( the Summer eclair …. )
Selfridges said sales are up nearly a quarter compared with this time last year, and its afternoon tea venue — Dolly’s — is set to sell 12 new varieties. M&S and Jamie Oliver’s restaurant Fifteen have also launched flavoured éclairs, with the latter offering rhubarb and custard.
Experts put the resurgence of the choux pastry treat down to the popularity of afternoon tea and the revival of home baking brought about by TV’s The Great British Bake Off. M&S said: “We think this will be the year of the éclair … it seems their popularity will soon be challenging the mighty cupcake.”
The chocolate éclair has long been a staple in UK patisseries, but new flavours are key to the boom. Selfridges’ executive chef, Mark Taylor, said: “On a recent trip to Paris, the range of flavours was vast — pistachio, mint, violet cream.”
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Our Canapés are delicious , seasonal and tasty morsels creations which are freshly prepared from the highest quality products.
For Private party our canapes got they final french touch on site times before serving , to ensure Bertrand’s Vision of taste, texture and color can be realised by you in every bite.
For the delivery service our canapes are made fresh on the day on our special packaging design by us .
Chef Bertrand Munier will help create a perfect custom menu for your party. We will advise you on the size and content of your menu, regarding the logistics of the game ( number of guests, location and hours) . Seasonal canapes can be found here.
Retail balances and presenting elegant Canapés with practicality . Part of 350 customers place needs a different approach to a private party for 20 .
minimum order 8 portions on shopping basket
A whole side of skinless & boneless Scottish salmon, poached fish stock with lemon, garnished with king prawns.
Served with mayonnaise and cocktail sauce
Delivered in a Disposable Packaging
For food ready to serve on presentation trays , Please contact us,VAT will be applied on this service.
Serves 8 portions as a main course and 12 as part of a buffet.
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Foodies who feasted on “Big Night,” “Babette’s Feast” and “Eat Drink Man Woman” may flock to “Chef,” a lightweight but high-calorie confection in which the actors often run the risk of being upstaged by all manner of scrumptious-looking cuisine.
Written and directed by Jon Favreau, who also stars as a professionally frustrated chef who earns a second helping of happiness while operating a food truck, this amiably rambling dramedy will play best with audiences primed to go with the flow of its leisurely pacing while enjoying the cross-country ride. And, of course, savoring the views of that tempting grub.
The slightly longish setup establishes Carl Casper (Favreau) as a stressed-for-success master chef in a trendy Los Angeles restaurant where he is absolute master of his kitchen — as long as he pleases the establishment’s demanding owner (Dustin Hoffman). When an even more demanding restaurant blogger (Oliver Platt) pans Casper’s menu as too safe and predictable — and snidely suggests Casper may be overweight because he’s eaten too many dinners returned by unsatisfied customers — Casper furiously tweets an invitation to the critic to return for a taste of the chef’s new bill of fare.
Unfortunately, the owner overrules Casper and insists that his chef prepare the same old same old. Even more unfortunately, a video of Casper’s angry confrontation with the critic goes viral — and the chef quickly finds himself not just unemployed, but virtually unemployable. Fortuitously, Inez (Sofia Vergara), Casper’s well-to-do ex-wife, picks just this time for a trip back home to Miami, where Casper got his start as a culinary artist. She buys him a plane ticket to join her on the trip, ostensibly so he can play “nanny” to Percy (Emjay Anthony), their 11-year-old son — but really so he can get back in touch with his roots.