Whether at home or out on the town, eating and drinking are two of our most popular activities. From lunch at a pub to dinner at a five star restaurant the Yellow® How To guide to Wining and Dining will give you the tips you need to make every meal something to remember.
Throwing a party can be gratifying, that’s if all is planned well for it will in return end well. Throwing a great party worth applause requires a lot of flairs, style and lots of prior preparations that ought to be executed with the greatest of expertise. Many a time people planning parties are caught in …
Couscous is a great alternative to rice, pasta and potatoes. And it’s easy to cook, too. Just follow our simple recipes for great couscous every time.
Turn your breakfast into a taste sensation. Learn how to make the best hash browns in minutes.
Iced tea is a perfect pick-me-up on a warm day and a great alternative to those sugar-packed canned sodas. Learn how to make the best iced tea at home.
The secret to a great pizza is in the base. Learn how to make the best authentic pizza dough with our easy to follow guide.
Learn how alcohol affects the body and why you feel the way you do the morning after. Try our simple hangover remedies and start the year off right.
A dinner party is one of the most enjoyable forms of grown-up entertainment. Learn the secrets of successful entertaining with this simple guide to hosting a stress-free dinner party.
Sometimes your dining experience will be less than satisfactory, and it is on these occasions that you will need to alert the restaurant staff to the issue by making a complaint. Done correctly, complaining about some aspect of your meal can be a constructive process.
Eating at a restaurant is an activity we all enjoy, but the very things that make it so enjoyable pose a problem for healthy restaurant eating. Rich food, creamy sauces, high levels of salt and fat – all of these create a minefield for people who are trying to lose weight, who have certain medical conditions, or who just want to pursue a healthier lifestyle.
Though the practice of tipping waiters in restaurants is not as widespread in New Zealand as it is in some other parts of the world it is still a useful skill to master.