• Christmas Party Catering Sydney

    Christmas Party Catering in Sydney   It's all about the great food and service in the location of your choice. Here a list of what The Roo Brothers able to offer you at this years Christmas Party in Sydney Christmas party catering bash Venue ideas Furniture hire All tableware hire including glassware, crockery, cutleryand linen Professional waitstaff Marquee installationAV & PA   And of course we have a great range of menu options available to make your Christmas event a breeze this year. Our regular clients have already filled most weeks in December, so be sure to book your Christmas party catering. Choose from a traditional lunch, to relaxed summer BBQ and let us take care of the rest Sample traditional Christmas catering menu While turkey is a much loved Christmas classic, roast chicken, lamb and beef are all part of Australian Christmas traditions. And for an absolute show-stopper, you can't go past a glazed ham, studded with cloves and doused in honey for the ultimate Christmas treat Spiced Roast Pork Slow Roasted Lamb Shoulder Delicious Roast Beef Butter Roast Chicken Pair your Christmas feast with all the traditional trimmings, from golden roast potatoes to beautiful honeyed carrots. Golden Roast Potatoes Carrots with Honey Glaze Classic Roast Vegetables with Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Green Beans with Almonds Roast Carrots and Parsnips with Maple Syrup   Decadent pudding After a traditional roast lunch, finish the meal with a classic pudding with housemade custard, or a boozy decadent brandy sauce.   Don't hesitate in speaking with us about your Christmas party catering on 9436 1133 or email an enquiry form. We look forward in working with you.     Home Catering Menus
    Last Updated 2016-10-20 00:00:00

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    Christmas Party Catering in Sydney   It's all about the great food and service in the location of your choice. Here a list of what The Roo Brothers able to offer you at this years Christmas Party in Sydney Christmas party catering bash Venue ideas Furniture hire All tableware hire including glassware, crockery, cutleryand linen Professional waitstaff Marquee installationAV & PA   And of course we have a great range of menu options available to make your Christmas event a breeze this year. Our regular clients have already filled most weeks in December, so be sure to book your Christmas party catering. Choose from a traditional lunch, to relaxed summer BBQ and let us take care of the rest Sample traditional Christmas catering menu While turkey is a much loved Christmas classic, roast chicken, lamb and beef are all part of Australian Christmas traditions. And for an absolute show-stopper, you can't go past a glazed ham, studded with cloves and doused in honey for the ultimate Christmas treat Spiced Roast Pork Slow Roasted Lamb Shoulder Delicious Roast Beef Butter Roast Chicken Pair your Christmas feast with all the traditional trimmings, from golden roast potatoes to beautiful honeyed carrots. Golden Roast Potatoes Carrots with Honey Glaze Classic Roast Vegetables with Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Green Beans with Almonds Roast Carrots and Parsnips with Maple Syrup   Decadent pudding After a traditional roast lunch, finish the meal with a classic pudding with housemade custard, or a boozy decadent brandy sauce.   Don't hesitate in speaking with us about your Christmas party catering on 9436 1133 or email an enquiry form. We look forward in working with you.     Home Catering Menus

  • Catering for Cultural and Dietary Options

    catering for dietary restrictions or preferences based on cultural or health issues Why?: Gluten intolerance, celiac disease, affects 1 in 100 people in the UK and Australia. There are plenty of people needing gluten free food options for special events. It's important to be aware of the dietary requirements of your guests.   Different people, different needs   Vegetarian: A vegetarian diet does not include meat. Some vegetarians will eat seafood so it is important to clarify the specific nature of dietary restrictions. Vegan: A vegan diet does not include meat, fish or any animal by products such as cheese and other dairy products. Pork: Some religions prohibit consumption of pork, ham and their byproducts.   There are many reasons for dietary constraints and they differ from person to person. Some of the more common restrictions include: Food allergies and intolerance dairy-free, shellfish allergies, nut-free and gluten-free Special dietary requirements vegetarian, vegans and pregnancy Religious reasons halal, kosher In Australia, the two most common food intolerances are to gluten and lactose. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley and oats. A gluten-free diet is necessary for people with coeliac disease. Safe alternatives to bread and pasta dishes include fruits and salads, rice and sushi. Lactose is the sugar contained in milk, cream, yoghurt and some soft cheeses. Being lactose intolerant doesn't mean you're allergic to milk. It just means you may feel unwell after eating lactose based products after eating lactose based products because your body has difficulty digesting them. Here are a few more useful tips Non-dairy products are lactose-free but still contain milk proteins Dairy-free products do not contain any milk products at all Free-of-milk proteins means they're safe for people with lactose intolerance or milk allergies. They'll also suit those on a vegan diet. If you have a guest with a nut allergy, it's best to call us to discuss the menu options we have available. In severe cases, we recommend asking your guest to supply their own food. This will ensure their personal safety and your peace of mind. Home
    Last Updated 2016-10-20 00:00:00

    0 Catering for Cultural and Dietary Options

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    catering for dietary restrictions or preferences based on cultural or health issues Why?: Gluten intolerance, celiac disease, affects 1 in 100 people in the UK and Australia. There are plenty of people needing gluten free food options for special events. It's important to be aware of the dietary requirements of your guests.   Different people, different needs   Vegetarian: A vegetarian diet does not include meat. Some vegetarians will eat seafood so it is important to clarify the specific nature of dietary restrictions. Vegan: A vegan diet does not include meat, fish or any animal by products such as cheese and other dairy products. Pork: Some religions prohibit consumption of pork, ham and their byproducts.   There are many reasons for dietary constraints and they differ from person to person. Some of the more common restrictions include: Food allergies and intolerance dairy-free, shellfish allergies, nut-free and gluten-free Special dietary requirements vegetarian, vegans and pregnancy Religious reasons halal, kosher In Australia, the two most common food intolerances are to gluten and lactose. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley and oats. A gluten-free diet is necessary for people with coeliac disease. Safe alternatives to bread and pasta dishes include fruits and salads, rice and sushi. Lactose is the sugar contained in milk, cream, yoghurt and some soft cheeses. Being lactose intolerant doesn't mean you're allergic to milk. It just means you may feel unwell after eating lactose based products after eating lactose based products because your body has difficulty digesting them. Here are a few more useful tips Non-dairy products are lactose-free but still contain milk proteins Dairy-free products do not contain any milk products at all Free-of-milk proteins means they're safe for people with lactose intolerance or milk allergies. They'll also suit those on a vegan diet. If you have a guest with a nut allergy, it's best to call us to discuss the menu options we have available. In severe cases, we recommend asking your guest to supply their own food. This will ensure their personal safety and your peace of mind. Home

  • What is in Season - October

    What is in season for the month of October in Sydney Fruit Avocados Banana Blueberries Grapefruit Mangoes Melons Oranges: Valencia Papaw Papaya Passionfruit Pineapples Pomelo Strawberries Tangelos Vegetable Artichokes: Globe Asian greens Asparagus Beans: Broad Beans: Green Beetroot Cucumber Chillies Fennel Garlic, fresh Kale Lettuce Mushrooms Onions: Spring Onions: Green (Shallots) Peas Potatoes Silverbeet Spinach Watercress Zucchini What to do with all these cheap strawberries in Sydney at the moment Chocolate dipped Fresh with sugar Strawberry and cream tart Strawberries 'n' cream sponge cake Fresh strawberry milkshake Roasted strawberry crepes Grilled donuts with strawberries Warm strawberries with frozen strawberry yoghurt
    Last Updated 2016-09-21 00:00:00

    0 What is in Season - October

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    What is in season for the month of October in Sydney Fruit Avocados Banana Blueberries Grapefruit Mangoes Melons Oranges: Valencia Papaw Papaya Passionfruit Pineapples Pomelo Strawberries Tangelos Vegetable Artichokes: Globe Asian greens Asparagus Beans: Broad Beans: Green Beetroot Cucumber Chillies Fennel Garlic, fresh Kale Lettuce Mushrooms Onions: Spring Onions: Green (Shallots) Peas Potatoes Silverbeet Spinach Watercress Zucchini What to do with all these cheap strawberries in Sydney at the moment Chocolate dipped Fresh with sugar Strawberry and cream tart Strawberries 'n' cream sponge cake Fresh strawberry milkshake Roasted strawberry crepes Grilled donuts with strawberries Warm strawberries with frozen strawberry yoghurt

  • Cocktail style wedding catering sydney

    The Benefits of a Cocktail Wedding Cocktail wedding receptions are continuing to be a popular choice for couples getting married. The traditional sit down wedding in a generic ‘one size fits all’ function room definitely isn’t for everyone, and there are a range of reasons why our catering team continue to work with couples to create a wedding reception with a difference. If you’re planning your nuptials, and you haven’t considered the cocktail wedding format, we give some serious "food for thought"( excuse the pun) why this could be the style of wedding you’ve been looking for. ALLOW GUESTS TO MINGLE AND BE SOCIAL Forget the politics of seating arrangements with a cocktail wedding. A stand up cocktail wedding removes the chance of someone being seated next to who they don’t like and the risk that someone feels offended they’re not placed closer to the bridal table also is removed. A cocktail wedding reception is far more fluid, allowing guests mingle and be social. On the wedding day, the bride and groom will also be able to circulate around the reception area far more freely. SOPHISTICATED WITHOUT THE PRICE TAG Many cocktail wedding events are a fraction of the cost of what a traditional wedding costs, but are no less sophisticated. As the extra cost of hiring tables chairs, linen, plates and cutlery etc of a traditional wedding would add $15.00 per person, and that is just for eating dinner. Unlike function venues, we don’t charge unfair wedding premiums simply because the event is a wedding. Our clients still get sophisticated and seasonal food offerings without the premium price tag others charge, allowing more money to go towards other things. MORE FOOD CHOICES Guests are presented with more different flavours and food offerings at cocktail wedding with an exciting range of hot and cold canapes and fork food offerings consistently brought out throughout the evening. This makes the food a talking point and can provide more interest in the food than the traditional alternate option of the chicken or beef, offered as the choices for sit down weddings. It’s also a good idea to have set food stations around the room for guests to grab and go as they feel. MORE FLEXIBLE AND RELAXED FORMAT AND MORE GUESTS A cocktail wedding is a far more relaxed and flexible affair, but doesn’t have to be any less stylish. Choose from more indoor and outdoor locations, an create food based around a specific theme and venue that you may have in mind. THINGS TO REMEMBER WITH COCKTAIL WEDDINGS Have enough seating – Is important that there are still different seating options including lounge style, bar seats, regular seating and other forms of seating scattered around. We recommend a ratio of seats for around a half the number guests. Make sure there is enough food – This won’t be a problem when using The Roo Brothers Catering, since the last thing we want is for any guest to go hungry.Don't forget - to have an arrival cocktail as it is, a cocktail style wedding.   home Sydney Wedding Catering Blogs         
    Last Updated 2016-09-01 00:00:00

    0 Cocktail style wedding catering sydney

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    The Benefits of a Cocktail Wedding Cocktail wedding receptions are continuing to be a popular choice for couples getting married. The traditional sit down wedding in a generic ‘one size fits all’ function room definitely isn’t for everyone, and there are a range of reasons why our catering team continue to work with couples to create a wedding reception with a difference. If you’re planning your nuptials, and you haven’t considered the cocktail wedding format, we give some serious "food for thought"( excuse the pun) why this could be the style of wedding you’ve been looking for. ALLOW GUESTS TO MINGLE AND BE SOCIAL Forget the politics of seating arrangements with a cocktail wedding. A stand up cocktail wedding removes the chance of someone being seated next to who they don’t like and the risk that someone feels offended they’re not placed closer to the bridal table also is removed. A cocktail wedding reception is far more fluid, allowing guests mingle and be social. On the wedding day, the bride and groom will also be able to circulate around the reception area far more freely. SOPHISTICATED WITHOUT THE PRICE TAG Many cocktail wedding events are a fraction of the cost of what a traditional wedding costs, but are no less sophisticated. As the extra cost of hiring tables chairs, linen, plates and cutlery etc of a traditional wedding would add $15.00 per person, and that is just for eating dinner. Unlike function venues, we don’t charge unfair wedding premiums simply because the event is a wedding. Our clients still get sophisticated and seasonal food offerings without the premium price tag others charge, allowing more money to go towards other things. MORE FOOD CHOICES Guests are presented with more different flavours and food offerings at cocktail wedding with an exciting range of hot and cold canapes and fork food offerings consistently brought out throughout the evening. This makes the food a talking point and can provide more interest in the food than the traditional alternate option of the chicken or beef, offered as the choices for sit down weddings. It’s also a good idea to have set food stations around the room for guests to grab and go as they feel. MORE FLEXIBLE AND RELAXED FORMAT AND MORE GUESTS A cocktail wedding is a far more relaxed and flexible affair, but doesn’t have to be any less stylish. Choose from more indoor and outdoor locations, an create food based around a specific theme and venue that you may have in mind. THINGS TO REMEMBER WITH COCKTAIL WEDDINGS Have enough seating – Is important that there are still different seating options including lounge style, bar seats, regular seating and other forms of seating scattered around. We recommend a ratio of seats for around a half the number guests. Make sure there is enough food – This won’t be a problem when using The Roo Brothers Catering, since the last thing we want is for any guest to go hungry.Don't forget - to have an arrival cocktail as it is, a cocktail style wedding.   home Sydney Wedding Catering Blogs         

  • fruit and vegetables in season in september

    In season in september Fruit Blood oranges Grapefruit Lemons Mandarins Oranges Pineapple Red papaya Rockmelon/cantaloupe Strawberries Tangelo Vegetables Artichokes Asparagus Avocados Broccoli Broccoflower Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Chillies Chinese greens Gai lan (Chinese broccoli) Garlic Ginger Green asparagus Green beans Hass avocados Leeks Lettuce Mushrooms Onions Peas Potatoes Pumpkin Silverbeet Spinach Spring onions/green shallots Vine sweet minicaps The perfect blood orange sorbet 10 blood oranges 125g white sugar Juice of 1/2 lemon Scrub two oranges well, then finely grate the zest. Roll each orange on the work surface to release the juice, then squeeze until you have 350ml juice, fishing out any seeds (I used nine in total, but as they vary in size, its wise to have some spare). Heat 100ml of the juice gently in a pan with the sugar, stirring to dissolve. Allow to cool slightly, then add the remaining juice and that of the lemon. Chill. Freeze in an ice-cream maker according to instructions, or pour into a strong plastic box and put in the coldest part of the freezer. After 90 minutes it should have frozen round the edges – take it out and beat vigorously with a fork, electric whisk or in a food processor until you have a uniformly textured icy slush. Put back in the freezer and repeat at least twice more every 90 minutes, then freeze for at least another hour. Eat as soon as possible for the best texture.
    Last Updated 2016-08-25 00:00:00

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    In season in september Fruit Blood oranges Grapefruit Lemons Mandarins Oranges Pineapple Red papaya Rockmelon/cantaloupe Strawberries Tangelo Vegetables Artichokes Asparagus Avocados Broccoli Broccoflower Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Chillies Chinese greens Gai lan (Chinese broccoli) Garlic Ginger Green asparagus Green beans Hass avocados Leeks Lettuce Mushrooms Onions Peas Potatoes Pumpkin Silverbeet Spinach Spring onions/green shallots Vine sweet minicaps The perfect blood orange sorbet 10 blood oranges 125g white sugar Juice of 1/2 lemon Scrub two oranges well, then finely grate the zest. Roll each orange on the work surface to release the juice, then squeeze until you have 350ml juice, fishing out any seeds (I used nine in total, but as they vary in size, its wise to have some spare). Heat 100ml of the juice gently in a pan with the sugar, stirring to dissolve. Allow to cool slightly, then add the remaining juice and that of the lemon. Chill. Freeze in an ice-cream maker according to instructions, or pour into a strong plastic box and put in the coldest part of the freezer. After 90 minutes it should have frozen round the edges – take it out and beat vigorously with a fork, electric whisk or in a food processor until you have a uniformly textured icy slush. Put back in the freezer and repeat at least twice more every 90 minutes, then freeze for at least another hour. Eat as soon as possible for the best texture.

  • The Katering Show

    The Katering Show Anyone in the catering  industry, restaurant industry  or anyone into their food and wanting a great laugh? You must watch  The Katering Show Available on IView iview - the katering show   Warning - not for children
    Last Updated 2016-08-11 00:00:00

    0 The Katering Show

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    The Katering Show Anyone in the catering  industry, restaurant industry  or anyone into their food and wanting a great laugh? You must watch  The Katering Show Available on IView iview - the katering show   Warning - not for children

  • What is in Season fruit and vegetables - August

    Seasonal Fruit and Vegetables - August Fruit Apples Avocados Banana Cumquat Grapefruit Kiwifruit Lemons Mandarins Oranges: Blood Oranges: Navel Pomelo Rhubarb Strawberries Tangelos Vegetables Beetroot Broccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Celeriac Celery Fennel Jerusalem artichokes Kale Kohlrabi Leeks Okra Onions Parsnips Potatoes Pumpkin Silverbeet Spinach Swede Sweet potato Turnips Witlof Sydney Catering Tips for Kids A great way for kids to eat some healthy vegetables is to lightly oil some Kale leaves and place in a hot oven for 3 minutes and serve straight away. The taste, crispy chips! Yum   What's New and Beneficial About Kale Kale can provide you with some special cholesterol-lowering benefits if you will cook it by steaming. The fiber-related components in kale do a better job of binding together with bile acids in your digestive tract when they've been steamed. When this binding process takes place, it's easier for bile acids to be excreted, and the result is a lowering of your cholesterol levels. Raw kale still has cholesterol-lowering ability—just not as much. Kale's risk-lowering benefits for cancer have recently been extended to at least five different types of cancer. These types include cancer of the bladder, breast, colon, ovary, and prostate. Isothiocyanates (ITCs) made from glucosinolates in kale play a primary role in achieving these risk-lowering benefits. Kale is now recognized as providing comprehensive support for the body's detoxification system. New research has shown that the ITCs made from kale's glucosinolates can help regulate detox at a genetic level. Researchers can now identify over 45 different flavonoids in kale. With kaempferol and quercetin heading the list, kale's flavonoids combine both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits in way that gives kale a leading dietary role with respect to avoidance of chronic inflammation and oxidative stress. Source : WHFoods   Can You Eat Too Much Kale I was sent an interesting post about eating Kale, with the health benefits, nutritional facts, a some great recipes plus the potential side affects of eating kale. It may cause thyroid problems if too much is ingested in its raw form. The article is well written and informative by Joey Brono. Well worth a read!   Fruit and Vegetable season - September  
    Last Updated 2016-07-14 00:00:00

    0 What is in Season fruit and vegetables - August

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    Seasonal Fruit and Vegetables - August Fruit Apples Avocados Banana Cumquat Grapefruit Kiwifruit Lemons Mandarins Oranges: Blood Oranges: Navel Pomelo Rhubarb Strawberries Tangelos Vegetables Beetroot Broccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Celeriac Celery Fennel Jerusalem artichokes Kale Kohlrabi Leeks Okra Onions Parsnips Potatoes Pumpkin Silverbeet Spinach Swede Sweet potato Turnips Witlof Sydney Catering Tips for Kids A great way for kids to eat some healthy vegetables is to lightly oil some Kale leaves and place in a hot oven for 3 minutes and serve straight away. The taste, crispy chips! Yum   What's New and Beneficial About Kale Kale can provide you with some special cholesterol-lowering benefits if you will cook it by steaming. The fiber-related components in kale do a better job of binding together with bile acids in your digestive tract when they've been steamed. When this binding process takes place, it's easier for bile acids to be excreted, and the result is a lowering of your cholesterol levels. Raw kale still has cholesterol-lowering ability—just not as much. Kale's risk-lowering benefits for cancer have recently been extended to at least five different types of cancer. These types include cancer of the bladder, breast, colon, ovary, and prostate. Isothiocyanates (ITCs) made from glucosinolates in kale play a primary role in achieving these risk-lowering benefits. Kale is now recognized as providing comprehensive support for the body's detoxification system. New research has shown that the ITCs made from kale's glucosinolates can help regulate detox at a genetic level. Researchers can now identify over 45 different flavonoids in kale. With kaempferol and quercetin heading the list, kale's flavonoids combine both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits in way that gives kale a leading dietary role with respect to avoidance of chronic inflammation and oxidative stress. Source : WHFoods   Can You Eat Too Much Kale I was sent an interesting post about eating Kale, with the health benefits, nutritional facts, a some great recipes plus the potential side affects of eating kale. It may cause thyroid problems if too much is ingested in its raw form. The article is well written and informative by Joey Brono. Well worth a read!   Fruit and Vegetable season - September  

  • northern beaches wedding venue hire surf clubs

    A list of the northern beaches surf clubs venues available to hire Manly Surf Club CAPACITY Seated 80 maximum Standing 120 maximum Queencliff Surf Club CAPACITY Cocktail: 120pax Seated: 80pax Freshwater Surf Club CAPACITY 150 for a cocktail-style function and up to 96 guests seated North Curl Curl Surf Club CAPACITY 120 for a cocktail-style function and up to 120 guests seated Collaroy Surf Club CAPACITY 150 for a cocktail-style function and up to 100 guests seated Dee Why Surf Club CAPACITY 150 for a cocktail-style function and up to 100 guests seated Narrabeen Surf Club CAPACITY 135 for a cocktail-style function and up to 120 guests seated Warriewood Surf Club CAPACITY 100 for a cocktail-style function and up to 100 guests seated Mona Vale Surf Club CAPACITY 120 for a cocktail-style function and up to 70 guests seated Avalon Surf Club CAPACITY 120 for a cocktail-style function and up to 80 guests seated Bilgola Surf Club CAPACITY 200 for a cocktail-style function and up to 80 guests seated   For a complete list of other wedding venue hire options in sydney, check out our venue page  Home    
    Last Updated 2016-07-02 00:00:00

    0 northern beaches wedding venue hire surf clubs

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    A list of the northern beaches surf clubs venues available to hire Manly Surf Club CAPACITY Seated 80 maximum Standing 120 maximum Queencliff Surf Club CAPACITY Cocktail: 120pax Seated: 80pax Freshwater Surf Club CAPACITY 150 for a cocktail-style function and up to 96 guests seated North Curl Curl Surf Club CAPACITY 120 for a cocktail-style function and up to 120 guests seated Collaroy Surf Club CAPACITY 150 for a cocktail-style function and up to 100 guests seated Dee Why Surf Club CAPACITY 150 for a cocktail-style function and up to 100 guests seated Narrabeen Surf Club CAPACITY 135 for a cocktail-style function and up to 120 guests seated Warriewood Surf Club CAPACITY 100 for a cocktail-style function and up to 100 guests seated Mona Vale Surf Club CAPACITY 120 for a cocktail-style function and up to 70 guests seated Avalon Surf Club CAPACITY 120 for a cocktail-style function and up to 80 guests seated Bilgola Surf Club CAPACITY 200 for a cocktail-style function and up to 80 guests seated   For a complete list of other wedding venue hire options in sydney, check out our venue page  Home    

  • What is in season fruit and vegetables - July

    Season Fruit and Vegetables - July FRUIT Apples Avocados Banana Custard apples Dates Grapefruit Kiwifruit Lemons Mandarins Nashi Oranges: Cara Cara Navel Oranges: Navel Pomelo Quince Rhubarb Strawberries Tangelos Tangelos can be used as a substitute for mandarin oranges or sweet oranges.         VEGETABLES Beetroot Broccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Celeriac Celery Fennel Jerusalem artichokes Kale Kohlrabi Leeks Onions Parsnips Potatoes Pumpkin Silverbeet Spinach Swede Sweet potato Turnips Witlof   Witlof is great this time of year as it gives us some new ideas for canapes  as the leaves are slightly bitter and are the perfect vessel for serving and eating.   Home  
    Last Updated 2016-06-24 00:00:00

    0 What is in season fruit and vegetables - July

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    Season Fruit and Vegetables - July FRUIT Apples Avocados Banana Custard apples Dates Grapefruit Kiwifruit Lemons Mandarins Nashi Oranges: Cara Cara Navel Oranges: Navel Pomelo Quince Rhubarb Strawberries Tangelos Tangelos can be used as a substitute for mandarin oranges or sweet oranges.         VEGETABLES Beetroot Broccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Celeriac Celery Fennel Jerusalem artichokes Kale Kohlrabi Leeks Onions Parsnips Potatoes Pumpkin Silverbeet Spinach Swede Sweet potato Turnips Witlof   Witlof is great this time of year as it gives us some new ideas for canapes  as the leaves are slightly bitter and are the perfect vessel for serving and eating.   Home  

  • catering traditional wedding style Sydney - State Theatre

    An example of a traditional sydney wedding The Client - Joanna and Paul The Venue - State theatre Sydney The Brief - A true formal style wedding with all the trimmings. Joanna's Polish background helped in the venue selection, while Paul had some influence in the menu. The Menu - to be impeccably presented and of exceptional quality   pre-set unfiltered olive oil, dukkar and marinate wild olives 1st courseclassic prawn cocktail 3 fresh shelled prawns on chiffonnade lettuce with a classic cocktail sauce served in a champagne saucer 2nd course mixed leaf salad with cherry tomato, goats cheese with a balsamic vinaigrette 3rd course dakkar crusted chicken breast served with sautéed Swiss chard courgette topped with baby eggplant salsa drizzled with a red capsicum pesto 4th course seared fillet of beef with borlotti bean, parmesan and oregano mash dressed with silver beet and beetroot 5th course the traditional multi tier wedding cake matched with a strawberry compote, and a orange and basil sorbet The Seating- This is where Joanna excelled, she knew exactly what she want and where she wanted it. The use of golden chair covers matched the venue perfectly. The drinks of choice - on the night was a prefect red sugar rimmed French Martinis and Moet et Chandon with mixed berries. Perfect!  Home
    Last Updated 2016-06-20 00:00:00

    0 catering traditional wedding style Sydney - State Theatre

    4.67 of 3 votes

    An example of a traditional sydney wedding The Client - Joanna and Paul The Venue - State theatre Sydney The Brief - A true formal style wedding with all the trimmings. Joanna's Polish background helped in the venue selection, while Paul had some influence in the menu. The Menu - to be impeccably presented and of exceptional quality   pre-set unfiltered olive oil, dukkar and marinate wild olives 1st courseclassic prawn cocktail 3 fresh shelled prawns on chiffonnade lettuce with a classic cocktail sauce served in a champagne saucer 2nd course mixed leaf salad with cherry tomato, goats cheese with a balsamic vinaigrette 3rd course dakkar crusted chicken breast served with sautéed Swiss chard courgette topped with baby eggplant salsa drizzled with a red capsicum pesto 4th course seared fillet of beef with borlotti bean, parmesan and oregano mash dressed with silver beet and beetroot 5th course the traditional multi tier wedding cake matched with a strawberry compote, and a orange and basil sorbet The Seating- This is where Joanna excelled, she knew exactly what she want and where she wanted it. The use of golden chair covers matched the venue perfectly. The drinks of choice - on the night was a prefect red sugar rimmed French Martinis and Moet et Chandon with mixed berries. Perfect!  Home