Whether you’re coordinating a corporate lunch for 15 or hosting a bridal shower for 30, when it comes to menu planning, a little food for-thought, goes a long way. Of course, if you have the extra time you can prepare the food from scratch, or if you’re like most hosts, you’re reading this post because your fridge is empty and you don't have time, and you need help.
Summer is the time for grilling out, cool drinks and refreshing fare. Whether it’s barbecued sides or bright salads, get your party rockin' with the flavors of summer. While chilled pastas, fresh seafood and seasonal vegetables are an obvious choice, we're sharing some other helpful planning tips that'll ensure your backyard BBQ goes off without a hitch!
Yesterday we had a few of our amigos stop by the Tampa commissary for a little fiesta, and we obviously had to incorporate Mexican-inspired fare ahead of Cinco de Mayo. The menu Chef Sean created was fresh, flavorful and transported our taste buds south of the border. We indulged in savory dishes highlighting Mexican staples such as avocados, corn, tomatoes, beans, and chile peppers. We washed it down with two kinds of margaritas, spicy Jalepeño-Lime and sweet Prickly Pear. Take a look at our menu to inspire your own Cinco de Mayo party or contact us to let one of our Special Event Planners assist you, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food. We all eat it, but how much do we know about the people who craft it? Before a dish can be presented, it must be developed. From consultation, to preparation at the commissary, and the final execution on-site, each menu selection has been thoughtfully designed to balance flavors and textures while meeting the client’s goals for the event.
How To Have The Wedding of Your Dreams on a Budget You Can Afford
You don't have to break the bank to have a beautiful and memorable wedding day. Here's how to save cash without looking cheap! First and most importantly -- remember that you only truly need three things to have a successful wedding day: you, the person you love, and an officiant. Everything else is optional. Remembering this will help you make some tough financial decisions during the planning process.