Press your own oranges into orange juice, then add a gourmet touch with strawberry garnishes. Hosts too busy to create their own fresh juices can create a similar look by simply dressing up store-bought juice with a strawberry, cranberry or blueberry garnish.
Present dessert in a new way by serving single ice cream scoops in cupcake liners. You’ll need a variety of ice cream flavors, an ice cream scoop, small garnish bowls and cupcake liners in different colors. Place the liners inside the garnish bowls; then add a single scoop of ice cream to each one. The kids can eat the ice cream directly from the liners or with small spoons to help eliminate messes.
Citrusy-smelling orange mint tea is best when served cold. Brighten its flavor by adding fresh orange and/or lemon juice, and garnishes of sliced oranges and lemons. It’s a refreshing beverage for warm summer days.
A Halloween-themed cocktail bubbles over a large punch bowl. In the foreground a person can been seen pouring the cocktail into their glass. Along with the drink, a canned lychee eyeball garnish is in the ladle.
Embroidered linen garnishes the windows in this French Country dining room. The chandelier is iron and the table is antique. Rough hewn wood ceiling beams add a rustic look. Red tapestry pillows and blue glassware bring in the colors of the French countryside.
Start by spreading the pesto on the inside of the pita. Then, stuff it with ingredients, placing the largest elements in the bottom of the pita first and the smallest elements last. Garnish with clover sprouts.