Many of us have spent the summer creating inspirational outdoor spaces in which to relax, entertain and pass the time with loved ones. The end of the summer doesn’t have to mean all that hard work can no longer be enjoyed though, so we’re sharing our ideas and tips for stylish autumn alfresco dining.
From garden gatherings to laid-back lunches, our handcrafted ceramics are a truly conscious choice: featuring beautiful colors, unique patterns, versatile shapes and being durable enough to use outdoors, we can help elevate your entertaining this autumn, both indoors and out.
Summer is right around the corner and we are excited to share this easy and colorful recipe with you. Denby is renowned for our beautiful, durable and versatile products which will make the preparation and cooking process more convenient. So easy you can go straight from the grill or oven to the table for you and your family to enjoy your meals right away! Keep scrolling to read more…
Make kitchen time, family time and get everyone involved in baking up some homemade desserts. Try this new Blondie recipe that is fun to make and delicious to eat! Be sure you have the Denby essentials to get the best results.
A delicious vegetarian alternative to traditional turkey. Serves 6. You will need:
Surprise your guests with these delicious vegan mince pies, shaped as festive crackers. They’re great for sharing during Christmas get-togethers or for serving up on the big day. The kids will love helping you to make these fun shaped treats. Ideal for vegans but created for everyone to enjoy.
A warming mulled cider recipe to make on a winter’s evening. Using festive spices, this is a flavorsome drink to enjoy over the winter season.
Nothing spreads the holiday spirit like Christmas cookies for all to enjoy! Try a new recipe this season that you can enjoy both on the table or on the tree. Hmmmm…how you may ask? Read below to find out more…
This is a great gift for a dinner party since it looks so impressive and yet is very easy to create. Guests can tuck straight into the cheese and biscuits and then the host gets a beautiful Denby platter at the end. Perfect!
A very economical but heartwarming gift that will mean so much more than a packet of shop bought biscuits!
Known as a ‘furoshiki’ wrapping cloth, this is a method that uses a single rectangular or square piece of fabric with a history that dates all the way back to 710 in Japan. Today, using fabric for wrapping is acknowledged as an eco-friendly, reusable, versatile and very economical way of wrapping gifts, not forgetting how beautiful it looks. Remember to let the receiver of your present know that the fabric can be re-used.