With Spring in the air it is time to adjust our dining expectations. How about experiencing your dining with the sunlight on your skin, followed by a light Spring breeze and fresh air. Al Fresco lunch is the key.
The term al fresco comes from the Italian language and loosely translated means “in fresh air.” Dining alfresco simply means eating outside, but it’s not your regular picnic on the blanket. The setting is an important part of dining alfresco. When hosting al fresco, the key to a beautiful table setting is based in the colors of nature.
The style of dining alfresco is usually casual with simple decor and linens. The perfect seasons for this type of dining is definitely Spring and Summer. It is now your chance to wow your friends and family with your Al Fresco Dining. It’s all about enjoying a beautiful meal outside in cool, fresh air.
If you are interested in Al Fresco dining and making some delicious recipes for your guests, follow this link to some of my easy Al Fresco recipes:
If you want to experience an Al Fresco Cooking Experience, then you are in luck! Our next cooking experience will be an Al Fresco Cooking experience, that will take place next week Tuesday, 20th of October 2022.
Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a booking and save your spot! Remember there are only 12 spots available.
I look forward to sharing a memorable morning and food with you, hope to see you there.
Somerset West | Address at confirmation of booking
Service Providers of this blog:
- Photography – Lindy Kriek
- Food & styling – Elmarie Berry
- Flowers – Kadou
- Table linen – Biggie Best