Gone seem the days when our parents had 20 friends around, with hors d’oeuvres, great wine, and everyone dressed up.
These days feeble millennial attempts at hosting usually end up with hummus,
some charcuterie and lots of booze - welcome to the modern dinner gathering!
The problem is that millennials either simply don't know how to cook, or are too busy (read: lazy) to do so.
The on-demand economy has revolutionised our behaviour, and more than a quarter of people born post 1980 have no interest in actually learning how to cook.
This does not mean we have no interest in hosting friends just like our parents used to, but it's got to be simple and convenient.
If you think formal dinner parties are over, welcome to the "come over and have some food" era!
Don't worry about fish knives or 48-piece dinner sets. Nowadays few of us have the money or
space to maintain endless dining chairs or matching cutlery. The post internet dinner party is all
about having tasty home cooked food in a relaxed intimate setting with great (and lots of)
company. If you have more guests than dining chairs, people will sit on the sofa, eat around the
counter or stand and chat - canapé style. The more the merrier.
Some popular variations of our lower key offering
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