Archive for March, 2010

Finger Food For Weddings

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010
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  • Chicken Yakitori – Traditional Succulent Japanese Style Satay Skewer
  • Hand-made Flame-grilled Meatballs with Fruit Chutney
  • Tandoori Chicken skewers with Cucumber and Yoghurt Dip
  • Mini Oriental Spring Rolls with Sweet Soy Sauce (v)
  • Herb-crumbed Strips of Chicken Breast with a Chilli Plum Sauce
  • Fish Goujons – Deep Fried Bite-sized Fillets of Market Fresh Fish with a Dill Lime Mayo
  • Curried Vegetable Samosas with Sweet Soy Sauce (v)
  • King Prawn Tails with a duo of Dipping Sauces
  • Mini Quiche – Three Varieties
    • Lorraine
    • Spinach (v)
    • Mushroom (v)
  • Japanese Delicacies: The freshest and best hand-made Sushi, Sashimi & Nori Rolls (1/2 v)
  • Spicy Thai Chicken Puffs served with a Sweet Chilli Sauce
  • Peking Duck Pancakes
  • Rice Paper Rolls with Prawns and Pork or Vegetarian (v)
  • Rare Eye Fillet on Sour Dough with Béarnaise Sauce
  • Homemade Cocktail Sausage Rolls with Tomato Relish
  • Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Mini Bagels with Finely Chopped Chives
  • Bruschetta, with fresh Tomato and Basil Salsa (v)
  • Vietnamese Spring Rolls with Fish, Carrot and Vinegar Sauce (v)
  • Oyster Shooters – Bloody Mary Oyster Shooters with a Stick of Celery
  • Roast Chicken, Spring Onions and Mayonnaise Sandwiches on Grain Bread
  • Steamed Japanese Style Gyoza with Red Vinegar and Ginger Sauce
  • Malaysian Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce
  • Trio of Mediterranean Dips with Turkish Bread & Crisp Vegetables (v)
  • Baby Chicken and Leek Pies with Roasted Red Peppers
  • Potato Wedges with Sour Cream and Sweet Chilli
  • Trio of steamed Asian Dumplings with Dipping Sauces
  • Goats Cheese and Caramelised Onion Tartlets (v)
  • Freshly shucked Oysters with Ginger Coriander and Chilli Sauce
  • Semi-dried Tomato Pate with Boccincini and Basil en Croute (v)
  • Moroccan Vegetable Puffs – Vegetarian Pastry Rolls with a twist (v)
  • Tomato Confit, Olive and Anchovy Tarts (v)
  • Scallops in the Half Shell with Mint and Ginger Salad
  • Swordfish Skewers with Preserved Lemon and Lemon Thyme
  • Mongolian Lamb Satay
  • Baby Lamb Cutlets with a Mint Yoghurt Dipping Sauce
  • Mini Gourmet Pizzas:
    • Fetta and Spanish Onion (v)
    • Basil Pesto and Bacon
    • Semi died Tomato, Goats Cheese and Pine Nuts (v)
    • Hot Salami and Roasted Red Peppers
  • Baby Hot Dogs:
    • Debriciner Chippolatas with English Mustard
    • Weisswurst with Bush Tomato Chutney
  • Mini Char Sui Bao – Steamed BBQ Pork Buns
  • Mushroom Ragout Tartlets with Salsa Verde (v)
  • Mini Prawn Cocktails served in a shooter glass
  • Cevapcici – Traditional European Skinless Sausage
  • Mini Pies
    • Beef
    • Curry
    • Chicken & Vegetable
  • Seared Rare Tuna with Wasabi Mayonnaise
  • Baby Cheeseburgers with Rocket, Caramelised Onions and Tomato Relish
  • Thai Fish and Noodle Cakes with a Sweet Chilli Dipping Sauce
  • Asian Marinated Prawns on Skewers
  • Mini Asian Noodle Boxes – Hokkien Noodles with Chicken or Vegetarian
  • Fish and Chips in a Cone – Red Emperor with Shoe-string Chips
  • Cherry Tomato, Bocconcini and Olive Skewers (v)
  • Artichoke Tarts drizzled with Lemon Oil (v)
  • Spoon Food – Delicious morsels served on small Chinese Spoons
    • San Choi Bao – Pork, Chicken or Seafood on a Chiffonade of Lettuce
    • Fresh Coffin Bay Oysters with a Wedge of Lime and Shaved Nori
    • Steamed Asian Dumplings: Peking Duck Wonton, Pork and Chestnut Sui Mai, Har
    • Gaw – Prawn Dumplings, Chai Gau – Vegetables Dumplings

Cocktail Party Food Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010
Great parties don’t just happen do they? Even the simplest occasion requires some forethought by the host and hostess. Today many of the more formal occasions and celebrations have moved away from the traditional sit down meal to a cocktail party.see

The cocktail party can of course vary between an elegant formal function, requiring the little black cocktail dress and black tie for the boys, to a bright and breezy informal affair with lively music and brightly coloured drinks in the safety of your own backyard! Whatever the occasion the cocktail party is a popular and modern way to entertain.

The first step is to decide what type of party it will be. Is it a special occasion to celebrate a milestone, or a get together to celebrate the springtime or festive season? Consider what sort of decorations will suit the occasion and what sort of music and lighting will be appropriate as well to provide just the right ambiance. Next of course you must decide the when and where. Will it be outside on a balmy night or inside with the fire ablaze! Be practical when you look at the space and consider the number of people the space provided will hold.

The trick to conquering the cocktail party and hosting a successful event is being organised. Start planning early as well as ordering and shopping early for any non perishable items including alcohol. Working in advance means there is less left to the last minute…….reducing stress levels for the host/hostess. You should be able to enjoy the evening yourself and not be a slave to the kitchen or bar!

Now for the food!
The number and types of finger food you serve all depend on the event you are hosting. For a cocktail party, finger food will be the focus, so be sure you have plenty to go around!

Type of Event Number of Appetizers
Cocktail Party:
4 hours
10-12 pieces per person
*You may like to include an extra 1 or 2 sweet offerings if serving coffee.
Dinner Party:
Pre dinner
4 to 5 pieces per person for an early meal
6 per person for a later meal
Variety: 8 different varieties if 50+ people
4 to 5 different varieties for 20+ people
3 different varieties for small gatherings

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type of parties we do are

  • 18th, 21st, 25th, 30th, 40th 50th & 60th birthday parties.
  • Childrens parties serving non alcoholic mocktails.
  • Engagement, wedding, christening, anniversary, parties.
  • Hens nights, Bucks nights.
  • Divorce parties.
  • Theme nights.
  • Trivia nights.
  • Fund raisers.
  • Presentation nights.
  • School functions.
  • Office parties.
  • Corporate functions.
  • • Boral
    • C Bus
    • Coca-Cola
    • AAPT
    • Quik Silver
    • Bunnings
    • Commonwealth Bank
    • St Vincent De Paul
    • Optus
    • Telstra
    • ABC Television
    • Pura Milk
    • Allam Homes
    • HBP
    • Energy Australia
    • Mayne Logistics
    • AMP
    • ANZ
    • CSIRO
    • CSR
    • Qantas
    • Dick Smith Electronics
    • State Rail (up to 1200 guests)
    • Government Departments
    • Department of Defences
    • Channel 10
    • NSW University
    • Macquarie University
    • Sydney University
    • Channel 7