Albóndigas – Spanish pork and veal meatballs in a rich tomato

Meatballs have to be a favourite food in many cultures. They are very versatile in terms of ingredients, packed with protein and just delicious any way they’re served. In the Spanish culture, meatballs are called ‘albóndigas’ and they have a long and interesting history that spans centuries. Al-Andalus also referred to, as Muslim Spain was… Continue reading Albóndigas – Spanish pork and veal meatballs in a rich tomato

Melbourne Cup Catering

Thoroughbreds, frocks, fascinators and excitement abound…. It can only mean the race that stops the nation is upon us! Did we mention the fabulous food? No? Well we can help you with that. The Melbourne Cup is less than one month away so if you haven’t booked your catering, now is the time! At Food… Continue reading Melbourne Cup Catering

Canapé Catering

Whether it’s a corporate meet-and-greet, a glamorous cocktail party, or a stand up wedding reception, there are certain occasions when you may want to cater to your guests without tying them to a fixed seating arrangement. Canapés offer an ideal solution, allowing everyone to easily mingle whilst enjoying delicious, wholesome, bite-sized delights without the inconvenience… Continue reading Canapé Catering

The rise of dietaries

Ask any event planner and they will tell you that the bane of their existence is dietaries. There was a time, many moons ago, where you could serve a plate of sandwiches and a cup of tea and people were OK with that. These days, guests will ask you if the menu is gluten-free, organic,… Continue reading The rise of dietaries

Why we do what we do

Why do we do this? There’s only one answer: love. We love it. We love food – especially Spanish food. Sangria and chorizo, jamon and manchego run through our veins, in the same way Swiss people are half chocolate, half cheese, and Aussies are made up of Vegemite and Tim-Tams. We love people and we… Continue reading Why we do what we do

Paella party at home

You don’t have to wait for a special occasion to host a paella party. In Spain, most families get together every Sunday around a paella pan to chat, laugh and have a few drinks. What’s fun about making paella is that it’s a spectator sport. Paella takes on average an hour to cook so there’s… Continue reading Paella party at home