The salmon was caught by the couple on the West Coast, the kegs of beer were local, and the ice cream was from Village Ice Cream. The wines were carefully selected from Ontario and BC. Local and personal touches always make such a difference – especially to out of town guests.
Summer is here! After a serious prairie winter, many of us have vowed to appreciate every waking moment of sunlight we get. From gorgeous outdoor weddings to family picnics and casual bbqs, we want to help you soak up the sun, and enjoy great food and company while you’re at it.
We lost it this winter didn’t we? All we wanted to do was hide inside and cozy up by a fire. But now that summer is here, the urge to entertain is hitting us hard. Whether you’re planning a huge outdoor wedding or organizing a small gathering in the backyard, there are lots of great resources available that can help you go from party host to party master.
Spring has finally arrived and, just like the trees are sprouting leaves, we are bursting to get outside and enjoy the end of a long winter. Simple pleasures like the satisfying crunch of a fresh snap pea or the delicious lick of an ice cream cone will be savoured. This is the time of year where doing things that make you smile is a must!.
A dinner party isn’t just about the food. There’s a whole art to hosting and planning a great gathering, no matter how simple or sophisticated of an event it is. One of the best ways to add personality to your party is to get creative with how you set your table. Tablescaping is a fun and simple way to really enhance your event. Chances are you have put a lot of thought into the food you are serving, so let’s showcase it in the best light possible!