'Tis the season to get social in the kitchen!

By Author Prestige 23rd December 2016 - 0 comments

There’s nothing like great food and home cooking to bring everyone together over the festive period.

Whether it’s a Boxing Day brunch, New Years’ Eve lunch or anything in between, a few simple choices can make your festive food a cut above the rest.

The dynamics around the dinner table can greatly improve when eating a family meal together. Children benefit from the ritual of preparing and eating meals together whilst learning about the food and how to cook it. Parents can use the method of table top cooking to teach their children about different types of cooking whilst helping them with safety in the kitchen. If you enjoy cheeses and delicatessen meats and vegetables you're going to love the raclette grill. Simply place your cheese in the mini non-stick pans to heat on the bottom grill, and put your meats/vegetables on the top to grill - once heated to your liking simply enjoy with bread, potatoes or salad.

Children of all ages love having a ‘Raclette Party’! Offer a variety of ingredients to appeal to varying tastes (vegetables, meats, and fruits). Allow each child to make their own unique creation, and help them to discover their inner chef!

Here’s a few examples of raclette appetizers and side dishes to try;