We live in interesting times. I think the word most people are using is “unprecedented.” In these unprecedented times, how can your restaurant survive?
I can remember being a small girl and my Mama showing me how to properly set a table. When I was younger, it wasn’t always appreciated. As I’ve gotten older, become involved in the foodservice industry and hosted party guests of my own, I appreciate the tips and knowledge!
Catering this holiday season? We are! Every winter, we hire local caterers to provide our employees with a delicious meal and exceptional service.
Have you ever been to an event where everything seemed to come together seamlessly? The decorations were beautiful. The service was great. People were smiling and happy. The host or hostess conducted themselves with grace, even if you didn’t see them. The lights seemed to accentuate the decorations.
Imagine. The smell of freshly baked rolls coming out of the oven. The taste of mouth-watering desserts— cookies, pastries, cupcakes, pies, cobblers, and cakes. The smell of freshly cooked, savory meats. The added flare vegetables like baked asparagus, green beans, potatoes, or carrots add to a plate.