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3 Signs of a Next-Level Catering Company

When you set out to organize a party, whether it’s a big flashy event or a small intimate gathering, mediocrity is never your goal. It doesn’t matter what the occasion, budget, or theme of the party may be — it’s natural to strive for the best. Providing your guests with a wonderful and memorable experience, including all aspects of the menu, service and ambiance, is the ideal that every party planner hopes to achieve. And if it’s a truly special occasion, like a wedding reception,…

Should I Have an ‘Action Station’ for My Catered Event?

Have you ever attended a catered event and been truly “wowed” by the service and the quality of food? If you’re planning a catered event, this is obviously the impression you’d like your own crowd to have. Everybody wants their guests to walk away feeling good about the experience, the flavors, and the attentiveness of the catering professionals on-site. This is the goal from the moment you first start planning your menu with a caterer. It doesn’t always happen this way, however. There are lot…

Operation BBQ Relief Effort deliver over 50,000 meals in California Wild Fires

This week we served our last meals in Northern California. The 8 days we were there we served 53,078 hot bbq meals between the two locations. We had two locations running serving meals and getting them out to the first responders and those in need. Napa that served 25,253 hot bbq meals Santa Rosa that served 27,825 hot bbq meals Total 53,078 We heard good news on Tuesday they were lifting evacuation orders in the majority of the area. The shelter populations dropped quickly after…

In wine country, chefs leave behind homes to feed fire victims

Originally posted on http://www.sfgate.com Woody Sims, owner Woody Sims Barbecue, works near his grill at an Operation BBQ Relief site on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017 in Napa. Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle Richard and Kathy Horwath only had time to take each other when they fled the fires Oct. 12, 2017 in Calistoga, Calif. The Horwath’s bought the property 30 years ago, but they only finished building their new home in 2010. Richard Horwath got up to go to bed when first smelled smoke in…

Reasons to Consider a Pig Roast This Winter

The pig roast is a tradition in many different cultures, and here in the states, we have our own take on it. The all-American pig roast has become such a fixture in summer months that people often book pig-roasting caterers months or even years in advance. They don’t want to take chances. They want to make sure they get exactly what they want when the big day rolls around. But is it really necessary to only think about pig roasts during the warmer months? In…