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What to Serve Your Guests for A Cozy Housewarming Party?

What better than moving into a new house and throwing a housewarming party for your guests? After going through months of prospecting different properties and deciding on the one that could become our dream house with the help of a real estate agent. We had to do some research on a few local agents online (check it out here for more info).

As for hosting guests, I love organizing parties at home, cooking delicious roasted rotisserie chickens, potatoes, jelly for the kids, and slush for the teens.

As you have just moved in, you have already spent all your time and energy on putting things at the right place, rehashing the lawn, changing the curtains and drapes and moving heavy furniture across the house. No matter how much you want to host an awesome party, you simply don’t find the strength to do so. Don’t worry, just call caterers Sydney and get the most mouth-watering and delicious party menus made for you.

Check out some of the menu items that you should definitely choose:

I love to start my parties with cold canapes like a smoked salmon, lemon & dill crème Fraiche blini or a chicken, celery, spring onion, rocket & herb mayo finger sandwich. Both options are great to welcome the guests and give their palate a refreshing taste. Not to mention, the impression you make is super-cool, and your guests know that they are in for a treat.

Those who like hot finger foods should be served spinach& feta filo pastry and vegetarian spring roll. Both options are mildly satiating but taste like heaven. If you are confused about the right choice, go for the classic favorite, i.e., a finger food platter. Loaded with fritters, pakoras, fish cake, chicken skewers and more, these platters are a delight for smaller gatherings.

You know that I wholeheartedly believe that ‘we are what we eat.’ This is why I always try to bring healthy and tasty food on the table and give my unique touch to it. Your party should be a great mix of flavors and tastes that your guests enjoy. Therefore, I keep chicken and beef burgers for the BBQ lovers and fruit skewers for those who are looking for something light and refreshing.

I also like to keep brown rice and fresh vegetable salads with a hearty dressing along with salmon or tuna poke bowls. To make your offerings healthier and more delicious, add in some flour tortilla wraps, gluten-free quinoa rolls, mini farmhouse rolls, and rustico rolls.

Can you imagine the theme and menu of your housewarming party? Great. Now go ahead, finish the work on your house and choose your dress. After all, the host needs to look the best in a party.