Want to throw a banging house party? Top chefs share their tips.
Summer's blast of sunshine heralds the start of the party season. And with that comes the expectation to host a knees-up or two. Carla Grossetti talks to chefs and caterers in the know about how to perfect the art of the perfect party platter.
Party season is nigh. Here's what's hot (and what's not) in the world of catering.
The idea is that if every person attending brings a small plate of food there will be enough to feed the entire group.
Prepare a three-course dinner party with these recipes from Rachel Khoo's latest cookbook.
Simple ways to add a splash of colour or a burst of flavour to tonight's bubbly.
From canapes to drinks, the French chef shares his tips for catering for a gathering.
Yes the food is important, but it's how you style the spread that really sets the tone.
We hunt down the best of the barbecues for the ultimate grill thrills.
From an unexpected vegan at the table to a full blown dish disaster, here's how to tackle those entertaining curve balls.
Champagne is often confined to canapés or celebratory toasts, but bubbles can hold their own against a glass of full-bodied Bordeaux. Pop that cork and get pairing.
It’s getting to that time of year again, where the pointy end becomes the party end and it’s all aboard the champagne train to Good Times Central.
Too broke to eat out? Three chefs have sorted the menu, so round up the gang for a frugal feast at your place.
A clever menu with zesty lemon and raw seafood, the comfort of slow cooking and a visually impressive parfait.
Sibley celebrates in-season produce with a light and elegant menu.
Dan Hong's Asian-themed menu is full of bold flavours and textures and versatile ingredients.
The annual Eurovision Song Contest is a good excuse to party. Here's our guide.
Tips & Recipes
Adam Liaw shares his thoughts, plans and hints of a first-time Christmas lunch host.
Here are some great ideas to guarantee your guests have a memorable time.
These are perfect summer canapes to serve to a garden or house full of guests as they can be eaten in one hand with minimal mess and fuss. While still, of course, tasting delicious.