Simple Wine Cake:
A quick guide to keeping your guests happy and the drinks flowing all night!
For those of you who will be busy studying for exams and completing end of year assignments but want to join in on the Royal Wedding Celebration, this menu is for you! This straightforward but classy meal plan is inspired by the Royal event and is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
This show-off dinner party menu is an easy but impressive meal!
If you have managed to reach your fourth year at St Andrews and still not attended a dinner party, then you are an anomaly. The most common form of entertainment in this town, the humble dinner party comes in many forms: potluck, dress-up, restaurant, and my favourite with huge letters BYOB. Us Owl Eyes editors are shameless dinner party fanatics. We thought as a helpful hand to all the would-be hosts out there we’d let you in one some of the secrets of our most recent dinner party.
Whether it’s a romantic meal for two or a Galentine’s party, these Valentine’s recipes are sure to get you in the mood for love!
Dinner parties are incredibly popular in St Andrews, so it’s good to have a few signature dishes up your sleeve that you can prep on short notice. Excluding the risotto, these dishes can all be made ahead and kept refrigerated until needed – saving a lot of last minute kitchen stress.
This colourful, springy salad is relatively inexpensive and very healthy. Eating raw brussel sprouts may seem a little bizarre, but when sliced thinly with a mandolin, they serve as the perfect base for a salad. The bitterness of the grapefruit cuts the richness of the crab, and the lemon juice and olive oil brighten up the dish. I recommend going to Kerachers’ for top notch crab meat.
In her daily perusing of blogs and tumblrs, my flatmate stumbled across this delightful recipe. As avid lovers of blood oranges and mojitos, this is our new go-to cocktail. It is sweet, citrusy and has a beautiful colour.
The Sugar Syndrome, directed by Tasmin Swanson, is a fundamentally modern play that deals with modern themes. Based around the cyber world of internet chat rooms, the play begins with the introduction of Dani (played by Coco Claxton), a 17 year old girl recovering from anorexia nervosa and a stint in a clinic, who frequently delves into the world of the internet to escape her less than idyllic home life with her mother, Jan (Alexandra Koronkai-Kiss) and frequently absent father. It is through these means that she discovers the deeply insecure, slightly older Lewis (Peter Swallow) and the significantly older, more disturbed Tim (Alex Levine). Through the anonymity presented by the internet, Dani allows Tim to believe she is an eleven-year-old boy. Though Tim is initially alarmed upon seeing and discovering that the pre-pubescent ‘Danny Boy’ is in fact a teenaged girl, the two soon become friends and both agree to support the other throughout their respective issues.