Have you ever wondered, perhaps whilst watching a period drama (*cough* Downton Abbey), how nice it would be to have staff? Specifically, a cook? To whom you can say, casually, ‘oh by the way we’ll be six for dinner on Friday’, before wafting off to catch up on your correspondence or paint your nails?
How have we chosen Korres to be our partner for the pre party pampering part of our party package? Quite simple. Sarah in our brand team is pretty much their biggest fan, as evidenced by this photo. Here, she tell's us a bit more about her Korres obsession…
Give yourself time to enjoy your guests' company rather than being chained to the kitchen. We've prepared everything using the same ingredients and techniques you would at home so it will look and taste like you've made it yourself. These mains are guaranteed to draw gasps of admiration from your guests...we won't tell if you won't!
There's a famous quote from Margaret Mead, an American anthropologist: Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. With that in mind, meet JP Campbell, the founder of One Feeds Two. A couple of years ago, he quit his job as a corporate lawyer to sell soup from a van in Edinburgh. He probably made decent soup (we never got to taste it). But what he definitely had was a Big Idea: every time he sold a soup, he also provided a school meal to a child living in poverty through a charity feeding partner.
Frozen food just got posh according to the Daily Mail today. We've known for a long time that frozen ready meals are no longer the sole preserve of Findus Crispy pancakes but were nevertheless delighted to see our Beef Wellington hailed as a frozen food hero. Hariett Arkell also described us as "your salvation" when relatives descend - a befitting plaudit.
"Meanwhile, if you’ve got relatives descending and worry about having enough time to cook everything, upmarket frozen ready meal firm Cook (cookfood.net) is your salvation."