Inspirational Christmas canapes
Chrismukkah is a pop-culture neologism referring to the merging of the holidays of Christianity's Christmas and Judaism's Hanukkah as celebrated in interfaith households where one parent may be of Christian heritage and another parent of Jewish heritage.
Being invited over to a Christmas party is a wonderful treat, especially when the hosts are amazing home cooks that love making delicious canapés from scratch. It was a very inspirational night of seeing the hosts busily preparing the wonderful selection of food in the kitchen which had taken them most of the day to prepare. Amongst the canapés on offer were the Smoked salmon roulette which looked great and tasted great. I love my lamb cutlets and their Lamb cutlets with carrot puree and topped with pomegranate seeds was excellent — a combination of flavours I haven't tried before. An abundance of Cheese and potato filo pastry rolls were made from scratch and satisfied every cheese lover in the house — the dill worked really well in the mix. For sweet tooth the Blinis with mixed berries were topped with melted Callebaut Belgian chocolate at the last minute — a lethal combination of yumminess. I was very impressed with the amount of effort that went into all the food and I believe our hosts could consider being full time caterers one day if they ever wanted to give up their existing day jobs. I also loved their very classy Christmas tree with little lights at the end of branches and very cute hanging ornaments — I want one now.
Innocent Bystander 2010 Pink Moscato — rather sweet and easy to drink
SIMON FAVOURITE :-)
Lamb with tzatziki and Chicken with satay
Lamb cutlets with carrot puree and topped with pomegranate seeds
Cheese and potato filo pastry rolls
Blinis with mixed berries, whipped cream and melt Callebaut Belgian chocolate
SIMON FAVOURITE :-)
Lanterns on the balcony
Alcohol in the shower — very Aussie tradition