According to Ralph Waldo Emerson, we must “live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air…” For some, that is the ideal way to live, a lifestyle to cherish. However, that is not always the case, as we are too busy dealing with jobs, bills and family. Summer weddings are a much-needed respite… Read more »
What is food culture? According to Experimentalstation.org, a group dedicated to building independent cultural infrastructure on the South Side of Chicago, it is “the cultivation, distribution, preparation, and appreciation of delicious and healthy food are critical to our individual and cultural well-being. A question we ask at the Experimental Station is: can a culture be… Read more »
I may sound like a broken record, but as a professional caterer, you have to pay attention to trends. After all, people’s tastes change. That usually dictates what kind of food they want at a catered event. When it comes to food this spring, health is all the rage. In the article, “Foods to power… Read more »
Generation Y, or millennials, is the generation of Americans born in the early 1980s to the early 2000s. While many in the generation are still finding their place in society, getting their feet wet, one thing is clear: in a few years, they will be a dominant force in all areas of society. The catering… Read more »
No more winter blues of soup, stew and hot chocolate to warm you up – Spring is finally here. And while spring’s emergence is a sign of new life and a change in the season, it’s also a time to refresh your palate. In our nation’s capital, people are refreshing their palates with… Read more »
Christmas has come and gone. New Year’s Eve soon followed. Mid-November through December and into the New Year is one of the – if not the most – busiest times in the catering business. This is make or break time for many catering business throughout the country. It is what distinguishes the professionals from the… Read more »
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