Why not having a canapes delivery and treat yourself this summer

Canapé.,

A delicate piece of pastry, toast, vegetable, etc., with small savoury or sweet delights; food in miniature; perfect flavours constructed in one mouthful..

Ideal party reputation for truly talking point canapés – presented in the most amazing ways, constructed in perfect miniature, and tasting just delicious. We use the best, freshest, seasonal produce, just in tiny portions.

We can create a full meal option based on canapes alone or you can complement these with some bowl food, in order to give your guests a more substantial alternative to canapes.

We can take care of all aspects of organizing your cocktail party or if you prefer, we can simply deliver the food freshly prepared to you. Have a look at our canapes box option for more informations.

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How living in France changes your lifestyle..

Whether for better or for worse, many foreigners find that their habits alter when they move to France. Here, a few veteran expats share their experiences of how French culture has changed their lifestyles.

For Janine Marsh, editor of The Good Life France, it’s her attitude towards meal times that has altered the most since moving to France.

“During my 15-minute lunch ‘hour’ in London, I’d rush to do my shopping, pay cheques into the bank, phone the utility services, etc,” she recalls.

In France, however, time off for lunch is sacred

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“For two hours, banks and shops close. Road workers, doctors, butchers, bakers, candlestick-makers simply va va voom at lunchtime to the restaurant of choice.”

Any tips? Visit you local council office before the lunch break, advises Janine, if you want to get anything important done.

There may be increasing fears over the rise in binge-drinking in France, but there’s still a big difference between the British and Gallic drinking culture, according to “A Year in the Merde” author Stephen Clarke.

“I now drink much less than British friends, who are capable of sinking twice as many pints as me during an evening. France just isn’t as much of a binge-drinking culture (though it’s now taking root here),” says Clarke.

Colin Randall, editor of France Salut and the former France correspondent for the Daily Telegraph, has also noticed a change in his drinking habits.

“I think nothing of having something from the trolley on the train into London from airports but never even think of looking for a pre-flight bar in France,” says Randall.

Piu Eatwell, the British expat author of They Eat Horses, Don’t They, agrees.

“A decade of Gallic influence means that I now almost never drink spirits such as whisky or gin, and certainly not as an ‘apéritif’. The only pre-dinner drinks I drink now are Champagne or Kir,” she says.

“I pretty much exclusively drink wine, and only ever accompanied by some sort of food (generally at meal times, or with an apéro).”

Quality over quantity

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Paris-based American writer Lindsey Tramuta, who runs the Lost in Cheeseland blog says she’s learned to value quality above all else.

“My base expectations on quality – ingredients, craftsmanship, experiences – have gotten higher since living in France these last nine years.

“Surrounded by artisans in everything from food to home goods who themselves place a premium on quality, has indeed influenced my own consumption habits. Buy less, buy better.”

Author Stephen Clarke says he’s abandoned the weekly supermarket shop since moving to France.

“I go food shopping every day rather than filling up a supermarket trolley and trying to live off the contents for a week.

“Sometimes I go out and buy fresh bread twice a day, straight from the oven. My whole idea of freshness has changed.

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a bientot

Bertrand Munier

www.bertrandmunier.co.uk 

 

Gourmet food takeaway at home!

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Pret a recevoir..

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Bertrand Munier is launching his new French takeaway service “Ideal party, Pret a Recevoir” in London. I have designed new menu for this new French takeaway service online with a selection of canapés, main courses, vegetable, cheese board and dessert. The image of French Food is simple food and very tasty, for too long French cuisine has been restricted to upmarket restaurant. That is why I have always believe giving people the chance to envoy some of the best dishes at home or at the office www.bertrandmunier.co.uk

A Passion for food

At ideal Party we love good food. Whether it is an elaborate cocktail party, an office lunch, a corporate event or a private birthday, we provide fresh, home cooked, locally sourced food of the very best quality. We mix modern and traditional French recipe to cook up menus freshly prepared and always delicious for every occasion.

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Entertaining your dinner Party

Ideal Party private catering service from Bertrand Munier. Whether you are looking for an intimate dinner for 6 or for 120 people, ideal party chefs and staff seek to combine impeccable service with tailor-made dishes to delight you and your guests on every level. click…

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Canapes…

Delicate piece of pastry, toast, vegetable, etc., with small savoury or sweet delights, food in miniature, perfect flavours constructed in one mouthful. From cold canapes and short OU SHOT glasses to hot canapes and sweet treats, our selection of delicious  petits-fours is perfect for all partie click …

Corporate on the go

Perfect for lunch meetings, raining days, parties & everyday individual lunches. Delicious ready to eat Idealparty food, delivered directly to your office, Corporate on the go is the solution. Click for more information 

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