Some Tasty Titbits from a Team of Luxury Caterers

At Capital Cooking we are full of flavours and great gourmet ideas. So why not have a browse through our articles all about the lives and loves of luxury caterers?

Canapés for a 2nd Birthday Party

Last night we were lucky enough to cater for Enable Leisure & Culture's 2nd birthday party in the beautiful and tranquil Battersea Park in South West London. Enable Leisure and Culture was established in October 2015 to manage leisure, sports, arts and cultural services for Wandsworth Council. They are an organisation committed ...

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Cocktail of the week: Lavender Peach Bellini - as seen in Luxury Lifestyle Magazine March 2017

With Mother’s Day just around the corner it’s time to plan something special! This delicious Lavender Peach Bellini recipe from Imogen Krupski (founder of Capital Cooking) is perfect for a quiet brunch. ...

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Recipe of the week: Buttermilk scones - as seen in Luxury Lifestyle Magazine June 2017

Afternoon cream tea is one of Britain’s favourite traditions, and here Imogen Krupski of Capital Cooking shares her recipe for delicious buttermilk scones, which for full effect are best served with a pot of tea, on a white tablecloth in a country garden! ...

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Overnight chia pots recipe - as seen in April 2017

This overnight chia pots recipe by Imogen Krupski, Chef & Director Capital Cooking, is the perfect way to start your day and makes enough for 2 pots. ...

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Food for Thought - as seen in Wedding Ideas Magazine, April 2017

There can be a lot to think about when organising a wedding. In fact it can easily seem overwhelming. As the bride or groom you are suddenly expected to be knowledgeable on a range of subjects from wedding attire and photography to the ins and outs of catering for all your ravenous guests. You're probably thinking where do I st ...

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Hot Cross Bun Bread and Butter Pudding - as seen on April 2017

Traditionally associated with Easter but these days available to buy all year round , who doesn't love eating a hot cross bun? Whether you like to keep things traditional and eat yours toasted and spread with butter or jam or prefer to go down the more retro path and top them with blue cheese and chutney, hot-cross buns are wi ...

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