You can have a typical South African dinner with the dining table next to the fire place. A cosy room with South African rugby pictures with a touch of British. Soft and comfortable chairs and cushions while you listen to the firewood and can play with the cats - otherwise we take them away.
The name of the party is Pinch of Peace because all of us need some peace in our lives - so take it with a pinch and enjoy it. It is named after my series of salts (www.pinchofpeace.co.za).
Weather permitted we can have dinner outside under the lapa with candles and lanterns.
There is a glass of wine pairing with each dish.
Garlic snails with blue cheese and tiny bits of green figs served either in phyllo parcels or in snail dishes. Lots of creamy butter sauce and served with home made bread.
Roasted vegetables with roasted sunflower seeds and sesame
Spicy chicken pieces roasted in oven with shallots, garlic and herbs
Brown rice with roasted green pepper
Savoury potato dish with cheddar cheese
Baked Malva pudding with custard or ice cream
Bite size koeksisters
On arrival a medium / dry sjerrie to enjoy next to the fire
Glass of Chardonnay to accompany blue cheese escargots
Glass of Cabernet with chicken dishes
Dessert wine to accompany desserts