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Grazing Tables and a Romantic Wedding

Grazing Tables and a Romantic Wedding

Recently, I was asked by Sydney boutique caterer Delectable Dishes to be part of a team to put together a wedding at the National Art School in Sydney. This venue has quite a history, having been a prison from 1841 –1914. It’s one of Sydney’s oldest, and best-preserved examples of colonial architecture; the buildings are a gorgeous yellow sandstone, and I’m sure if they could speak would have so many amazing stories to tell. And after this evening there will be another story to add: one of a beautiful bride, loving families and friends, long banquet tables in the old cell block covered with flowers of sunset hues and glowing candles, and in the courtyard, two grazing tables groaning with fresh seafood and antipasti to be devoured by guests before the main course.

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Russian Easter 2013

Russian Easter is the most important religious celebration in the Russian calendar, more important even than Christmas, and as such is accompanied by a table groaning with wonderful traditional Russian dishes. Not just a feast for the tummy but a feast for the eyes as well.

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