4th of July is just around the corner. Can you believe it? Dinner4two has cooked up some tasty treats and side dishes to make all (or most) of your guests happy and refreshed.
Homemade Stovetop Granola
What’s for breakfast? How about our homemade stovetop granola with seasonal berries? This stove top granola is so easy and delicious you won’t ever buy granola again. This basic recipe is super easy to infuse with all kinds of mix-ins allowing you to put your signature twist on it. If you like dried blueberries or dried pineapple then add them. Just as easily you can remove the pecans and cashews if you don’t them, instead add walnuts or hazelnuts. This recipe is all about you and what you like.
San Diego Style Weddings tapped catering expert Melissa Fazio, Director of Marketing, at Culinary Concepts to share her top questions, based on what newly engaged couples commonly ask when planning their wedding and their menu. Here’s what she thinks you need to find out from your caterer.
1. Do you have packages or do you customize your menus?
Why you need to know: Often caterers have one or more base packages that can be customized to meet a couple’s needs, such as substituting sides or adding extras. Packages can be budget friendly but they don’t always offer lots of options. Customized menus can be a little pricier but offer more variety, including a couple’s favorite foods. Since custom is often more creative, this option may help you personalize your menu and your party.
Chef Andrea Davis, a native of San Diego, weaves her love for Southern California into all of her truffle creations. From partnerships with local craft breweries, produce suppliers and even boutique salt manufacturers, you can taste the difference these quality ingredients make.
Wedding dessert bars, specialty gifts, wedding favors or just a special treat for yourself! Stop by Andrea's Truffles at The San Diego Bridal Show's Jan 28th show to sample these delicious treats!
Sweets for the sweet! One of the highlights of every wedding is the wedding cake or dessert time. Brides and grooms today want to make a statement with their dessert choice and presentation.
It’s often still a traditional cake with delicious flavors hidden beneath a beautiful display. Many are seeking a creatively sculptured cake that pops, makes your guests say “wow” and still deliver with the taste. There’s the modern thought of alternative options like mini cupcakes or a gourmet dessert tray, brides need to satisfy their guests’ sweet tooth in the evening. It’s trendy and cool. That sugar fix is expected!
Cutting the cake…Do you love the idea of the tradition for the photo op; but want something different because it’s just not your style. If you want your guests to be noshing on something that reflects your personal style then by all means…DO IT!
If you love a Thanksgiving feast as much as we do, why not add a twist on tradition for your wedding appetizers.
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Red, White and Blue Mini Berry Marscapone Trifle
We want to share this delicious and super easy dessert with you…Our red, white and blue mini berry marscapone trifle. It’s perfect for taking to a backyard bbq or a picnic. Who doesn’t love the idea of individual mini desserts, there’re adorable, easy to make and so shareable. What’s more you can make them up a day ahead.
At Dinner4two we invite you to join us for an entertaining culinary demonstration using our professional quality cooking systems and cooking methods. We'll show you how to make great meals using less time, less energy and less fat, while retaining more vitamins, more minerals and more flavors.
Planning a wedding is a lot of work, and we know how valuable your time is. That's why we say "thank you" with free gifts when you attend a demo hosted by Dinner4Two by Kitchen Charm™. We have a passion for creating healthy meals that every customer can enjoy, and we want you to achieve culinary success because Life is Delicious.
Engaged couples - join us for our Spring Festival Bridal Show on April 16th, 2016 for a chance to win an 11pc Deluxe Cookware System ($1,500 value) courtesy of Dinner4two!
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Look what the Easter bunny brought…no, not chocolate eggs; these sweet Easter egg cupcakes. You may think we are cracked, but these are a show stopper. No one can resist these easy to make colorful Easter egg cupcakes! Are you thinking you don’t have any creative talent? Think again; these jewels are super easy to make. The hardest part is cracking the eggs and we know you can crack an egg. We even have a video to walk you through the process step by step.
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