If you're hosting a Ramadan Iftar or Suhoor with your beloved family and friends, there are 5 tips that can help you save time, reduce last-minute stress, and be fully organized.
Start by keeping the gathering area spacious enough ensuring your guests feel comfy. Before moving to the cooking process, plan in advance your Iftar meals and make sure to know your guests’ food preferences.
Don't forget the smile
A smile is one of the easiest and warmest invitations you can give to make people feel comfy in your presence. Thus, get your natural smile on and prepare to welcome your guests in an incredible approach. Remember to communicate through an open body language – make good eye contact, turn towards whoever you are talking to, and just be relaxed.
Make your guests feel at home
This Ramadan, so many TV shows and series are being broadcast, Thus, ask your beloved guests to relax, and let them know that they are free to watch their favourite programs and series.
If your guests offered you a helping hand to prepare the table, let them do it. Just feel comfy, and spread your positive vibes.
Minimise cooking stress
Make sure you stock up on healthy and filling food for Iftar, especially if you are expecting a good number of guests.
Don't worry about your fridge space! With Fridge Max Mode on the Twin Cooling Plus, you can use extra fridge space by converting the freezer to the fridge to preserve more food fresher and always be ready for the next Iftar meal.
Keep the conversation going
The lesser notifications you receive, the more likely you are about to keep the conversation going. Make an effort to ignore your notifications, and cherish every blessing of the gathering with your beloved guests.