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Finding a commercial kitchen that works for you is an integral part of bringing your catering concept to life. The location, type and size of your commercial kitchen determines many aspects of your business, including the type of dishes you can make, the capacity of events you can handle and where they can be located. When it's time to find a commercial kitchen where you can drop anchor, guide your search by the type of food you want to make and the scale of your operation. Because we want you to succeed, we've even outlined the 6 most common kitchen options for catering businesses.
When they hear the word “catering,” most people think of the last buffet they went through at a wedding or conference, or picking hors d’oeuvres off of a tray at a recent party. However, there are many other types of foodservice operations that fall under the domain of “catering.” If you are thinking of starting a catering company or expanding an existing one, learn about the pros and cons of different types of catering operations to determine what is right for you.
Unlike weddings, Christmas parties and other events, Halloween parties are anything but serious. The best way to plan for Halloween party catering is to have a little fun while you do it. Here are some tips you can use to make your client’s Halloween a spooky good time and an unforgettable occasion...
Independence Day is right around the corner. Did it catch you by surprise? June just started, didn't it? If you plan on hosting or catering a party this year, it's getting crazy close to having all your details dialed in. Don’t sweat it, procrastinators - we have you covered on all of the last minute 4th of July party supplies! Our product experts have rounded up ...
With the sun coming out, graduation parties and Memorial Day just around the corner, barbecue events will soon be popping up like spring flowers. Or toast. Or weasels. And if you are in the catering business, it's time to get your grillin' game face on.