Big Blend's Radio & TV Magazine Mar/Apr 2016

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Tips for Serving 25-30 Guests Husband-and-wife team Howard and Ruth Milstein share these brunch tips and have a lively conversation on Big Blend Radio about brunch, champagne, and entertaining. Howard is a wine expert, and Ruth is the author of the Gourmand award-winning cookbook 'Cooking with Love: Ventures into the New Israeli Cuisine.' Learn more at A brunch party is the perfect get together for family and friends alike when you don't want to go through the hassle of hosting a full dinner bash. One of the best things about a brunch party is that some of the food is often quick to prepare, buy and can be made ahead. The typical brunch is a big buffet which suits the most casual meal of the day. If you do decide on a buffet, label the dishes using place cards so guests don't have to wonder what is what. Stick to foods that can sit for a while without spoiling. If your place is not big enough or you don't have enough tables and chairs to seat your guests, serve finger foods only. The time for this party lends itself to entertaining guests of any age. Let guests know right on your invitation by adding "bring children" if you like. The best way is to prepare a separate table for the kids. PAGE 26


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