Delicious Holidays with People You Love
Recipe ideas to make home parties memorable
The holiday season has arrived. Maybe you’re planning to invite family or friends for a party? Or you might not have any choice but a quiet just-us-at-home holiday dinner? Either way, make your dinner look and taste fantastic to lift up your holiday spirits.
Great Conversation Starters. Finger Licking Delicious!
You don’t need a fancy table cloth or dinner ware to create a festive mood. Use a medley of colorful finger-food appetizers to set the scene and start your party. Prepare these stylishly as individual servings for your guests’ peace of mind as they might be a little cautious about picking up food from common plates this year.
Rainbow Veggie Cocktail
Trendy rainbow diet in a cocktail glass with a dressing of your choice. You can cut vegetables ahead of time and keep them fresh in the Prime Fresh compartment of a Panasonic refrigerator.
Spoonful of Happiness
Squeeze or scoop out cream cheese, top with nuts and fruit, then drizzle with honey. You might want to slice fruit in advance and keep them in the Prime Fresh compartment, so you can make this at the last minute.
Petit Burger Tower
Burgers are everybody’s favorite, but they can be too casual as a main dish and too heavy as an appetizer. So how about bite-size 100% beef burgers with lettuce, cheese, and tomato?
Amazing Side Stories for Main Dishes
Celebrating the holidays this year might be different, but traditional holiday comfort foods such as roast beef, roast chicken, and baked salmon will remind us of fond memories with our family and loved ones. Prepare them with our recommended side dishes for an amazing holiday dinner.
Grapes and tomatoes taste great with beef! They also boost your metabolism and strengthen digestive system for better digestion.
Keep your energy high this holiday season. Pair chicken with anti-oxidant rich eggplants and oysters that have anti-fatigue effects.
Are you avoiding fatty foods this holiday? Why not have salmon together with broccoli and tofu. They are rich in protein and antioxidants, and less in fats.
Season’s Greetings for Your Home
Bringing nature into your home is known to be a good recipe for stress reduction. Prepare some evergreen needles, pine cones and red berries, and use them to decorate room and gift boxes for a cozy holiday.
Some glitter and sparkles can add a bit of cheerful spirit to your home party. Empty bottles can be great as art materials. Just wrap them up with decorative lights or add some gold and silver decoration. Suddenly you have a mini enchanted forest!
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