The other day I was talking on here about how it might be worth considering swapping glasses for plastic glasses when it comes to launching into the season of barbecues and picnics. But I focused almost exclusively on wine glasses, champagne flutes and cocktail glasses. The one thing I didn't look at were children's glasses.
As the weather warms up it might be time to start thinking about getting in some plastic glasses for your barbecues and picnics. Here are some ideas for making sure that swapping glass for plastic won't compromise on style.
Well, it had to come around sometime soon, and what better time of year than a miserable, cold wet February weekday? Today is Margarita Day! Here to help you on your way are two Margarita cocktail recipes, including one non-alcoholic version, ideal for the designated driver!
For your next children's birthday party you could simply plonk down a bowl of crisps, a plate of ham sandwiches, a platter of sausage rolls and a stack of cakes. But perhaps there's something else you could do which would make this party food tie in with the theme of the party a little better.
With all of the Christmas planning at the moment it's easy to overlook a few basic things, such as glasses and paper plates. So much of the time over the festive season you have plates of sausage rolls, bowls of nuts, bowls of crisps and plates of nibbly things for people, but that's a lot of washing up.