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We have everything to add some sparkle to your dinner table, from livening up cold cuts, hearty casseroles for big tables, to a selection to serve at a Christmas party with rolling guests. Take the stress out of cooking for a crowd.

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Buffet Bundles

Top Tips For a Buffet:

Set aside enough fridge space for defrosting. Put large salads in the fridge overnight and take them out in the morning to bring them down to room temperature (and give them a really good stir before serving).

Little hand-written blackboards or cards resting by each dish is a lovely homemade touch that helps everyone figure out what’s what.

Prepare puddings in advance. Remove them from their packaging while still frozen and onto the dishes you’ll be serving them on. Decorate with a few fresh berries. Defrost in the fridge and bring them out about half an hour before serving (unless it’s really hot, when 15 minutes or less will do).

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Entertaining Buffet

Look no further if you want to lay on a sumptuous stress-free spread, for just £6.33 per head. Full details >

£118.50 Serves 25 / £4.74 per head

Build Your Own Buffet

Create a bespoke buffet from scratch with the dishes below. Made by hand at our Kitchen in Kent, everything will really look and taste like you made it yourself with love and care. (And if you say you did, we won’t tell!)

Top Tips For a Buffet:

Set aside enough fridge space for defrosting. Put large salads in the fridge overnight and take them out in the morning to bring them down to room temperature (and give them a really good stir before serving).

Little hand-written blackboards or cards resting by each dish is a lovely homemade touch that helps everyone figure out what’s what.

Prepare puddings in advance. Remove them from their packaging while still frozen and onto the dishes you’ll be serving them on. Decorate with a few fresh berries. Defrost in the fridge and bring them out about half an hour before serving (unless it’s really hot, when 15 minutes or less will do).

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For a spectacular finish to a festive feast, look no further. Our thaw-and-serve desserts are made by hand at COOK Puddings in Somerset.

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