Christmas Feast at our Christmas Party

The Christmas Feast @ Choo Nest

I have always wanted a place on my own to host parties during festivities. This year, its like *wish granted* cos we finally got our own place and moved right in! When Christmas rolled along, i just had to have a party! Our first Christmas party at Choo Nest.

The thought of having a party sure sounds like fun, but putting together a party sounds like a LOT of work. I think its a lot of work, but being time-starved… i cheated! And i’m gonna teach you how.

Tips on putting a Christmas party feast together:

 

  1. Buy pre-marinated food and just pop them into the oven. I bought the pre-marinated turkey/chicken roll (from the premium supermarkets) so that i don’t need to spend time marinating them. Pop them into the oven and serve!
  2. Get stuff that are ready to serve. Salads, tomatoes, capsicum strips – just wash, cut and serve! easy peasy. Oh, the honey baked ham is also another “ready to serve” item. All i just was slice it up, and grind some black pepper on it!
  3. Select 1 choice of carbo. I was racking my brains on what carbo to serve… mash potatoes? potatoes salad? cold pasta? then i walked past the sushi area… and bravo. I grabbed a tray of assorted sushi  home. The husb is the happiest man i think (he loves sushi!).
  4. Prepare stuff that are simple and fuss free. I still served up some portobello mushrooms since I had a vegetarian guest. I simply laced the tray with portobello mushrooms, drizzle olive oil on it, put a mixture of mozzarella cheese & cheddar cheese, grind some black pepper and sea salt and pop it into the oven for 20 mins.

I also made some jelly hearts to serve as desserts. Didn’t have the time to try something new (and risk failing) so i did what i was most confident of. I had more than enough food to serve all 11 adults and 3 kids (and still had left-overs).

I had a happy party with happy guests. Everyone said the food was good (i hope they really meant it, haha!) and they enjoyed the party! I guess, more parties then?

PHS Classmates from 20 years ago.

PHS classmates from 20 years ago!
L-R: Shuyu, Shannon, Wenjing, Alvin, Ivy & daughter Kylie, Belle, Junyu with Jerry, Der with Jerome & myself!

We missed Margaret & Selvan in the picture as they left early for another party, and a couple more who couldn’t make it last minute.. Catch up soon people! We should do this more often!

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