More than just a religious holiday, Christmas is more often thought of as the season of giving and sharing. This is the period of time when people get together and make many fond memories together. For many Singaporeans, the best way to celebrate Christmas is to indulge in a Christmas dinner with their families and close friends.
However, the idea of hosting a Christmas dinner party sounds daunting—so many difficult recipes to master, having to set up the Christmas tree for the festive vibes and not forgetting all the planning that goes into it. Not everyone enjoys the process of planning for a party and we understand that.
Before you start giving up, we would just like to share some tips on how you can Plan To Host A Fuss-Free Christmas Dinner Party and still have lots of fun. READ ON
Everything about The Marmalade Pantry impresses from its stellar array of delicious food and its cosy spaces that provide a temporary respite from the hectic city. But beyond indulgent afternoons and solid meals, they also have a series of festive offerings available for a takeaway feast that’s fit to grace any house or office party.
Looking for Christmas centrepiece roast that’s sure to have your guests in total awe, try out the Whole Roasted Turkey with Fresh Herbs that surprises with its irresistibly moist and succulent meat. Brined in a sauce comprising salt and various aromatics for a long period of time, flavours are allowed to penetrate deep into the meat, making for a proper roast fit to grace your dinner table.
Whatever kind of Christmas gathering you’re looking to throw, you can count on The Marmalade Pantry’s repertoire of festive treats and delicious roasts more than sufficient to fit the merry-making bill. And for our dear readers, you get to enjoy a 10% Mastercard discount when you quote ‘ladyironchef10’ upon checkout online or when you call to make a booking.
Christmas and the New Year are less than a month away and we are all hyped up for the celebrations and elaborate feasts that await. Whether you’re looking to dine out or throw your own Christmas party in the comfort of your own home, there is only Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel that we can confidently rely on to guarantee us a memorable year-end experience.
In this season of good tidings, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel invites you to relax and indulge yourselves with a line-up of spellbinding and gastronomic experiences.
With lavish festive buffets at the Marriott Cafe, scrumptious Yuletide takeaway goodies as well a snazzy countdown party to usher in the new year, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel is definitely your one-stop place to treat yourself this year end; you deserve it!
In Sunny Singapore, you might not get snow or reindeers (not real ones anyway), but Christmas in Singapore is as big as any other celebration during the year and it is one that foodies like us look forward to the most.
With the multitude of Christmas spreads and Yuletide menus popping up at restaurants or even at house gatherings across the island, there is no doubt that turkey and honey-baked ham will be among the top of many people’s list. But let’s face it, a feast would still be a feast even without the fancy centerpieces and pimped-up wines.
At its heart, Christmas is still a time for reunion and indulgence, and in multi-cultural Singapore, there are many local delights that you can include in your dinner spread for that Asian-style Christmas dinner.
In this day and age, we are accustomed to believing that Christmas dinners have to be over the top, or at the very least, presentable for the guests. However, those who understand the true meaning of this festive season would know that it is simply just a dinner that brings your loved ones together. Yes, Christmas dinners do not have to be extravagant.
Living in Singapore is not exactly a cheap affair and most of us have other financial responsibilities to bear. Going for a fancy dinner on a festive occasion may be out of the budget for some of us but that does not mean we cannot have a delightful Christmas party at home!
In this guide, we share with you 6 Tips On How To Host A Great Christmas Dinner Without Breaking The Bank. READ ON
No better way to showcase your flair for baking and cooking this holiday season, where you will probably be hosting or attending loads of Christmas and New Year’s parties. Well, even if you are not the best baker or cook, whipping out some cool little treats for your guests won’t be rocket science.
Here are 3 Quick & Easy Christmas Recipes For Tea Time Treats that you can experiment with for the holiday parties to come. Tasty little treats need not take forever to make and we can prove it.
The holidays are drawing near and you will slowly receive more and more invitations to holiday or Christmas parties. To some, it is a magical event where you get to socialise and catch up with family or friends.
But to the rest, it is a much dreaded and unbearable social necessity that you just want to get over and done with. Well, we’ve been on both sides and we understand.
Because there will always be these 8 Types of People You Would Meet At A Christmas Party - whichever you are going to head to. READ ON
One of the main problems everyone faces during the festive periods is to choose a suitable place which serves good food at reasonable prices. Most restaurants tend to jack up their prices during Christmas. And that has in turn deterred people from wining and dining during the supposed joyous occasion. But thanks to Santa we still have pocket-friendly options around, and nydc is one of them.
This Christmas, the household name has put together a Christmas menu which will run from 18 November till 31 December 2013, and for 2013′s theme, it is heavily inspired by Santa – to spread joy. nydc’s Christmas specials will definitely spoil your palates without having to break the bank! The small plates are only S$9.80, while the big plates range from S$16.80 for the Traditional Cornish Hen, to S$28.80 for a 230g Wagyu Steak Frites. A mini log cake is also available at S$6.80. With such irresistible offerings, there is really no need for second thoughts about stepping in to the comfortable diner with your loved ones to celebrate Christmas, and to create memories to conclude the year.
I had a Christmas party with 30 of my readers at nydc last week and we sampled 10 of the new festive dishes from nydc’s Christmas menu for 2013. It goes without saying that everyone left with very happy tummies and a night of memories to always remember.
Here are the highlights of the festive dishes that we had at nydc’s Christmas party.