How to Plan a Breakfast Catering Menu That Makes Everyone a Morning Person

Fuel Guests and Employees with Corporate Breakfast Catering

Breakfast is arguably the most important meal of the day, however, a whopping 31 million Americans skip breakfast every day. This is because of time constraints, the expenses involved, and a lack of appetite in the morning. So, how do you come up with an appealing breakfast catering menu? 1. Have a breakfast station This is an excellent way of displaying your breakfast menu. You can have a pancake, omelet, bacon, waffle, and fruits station. A breakfast station comes in handy in any corporate catering event especially with upper and mid-level attendees. 2. Include healthy options With the increased awareness in health and wellness, most people are looking for caterers and hotels that have a ‘healthy’ menu. This is quite challenging especially if yours is a small startup. One effective way of making your breakfast menu healthier is by eliminating anything fried. Consider including low-fat spreads, whole grain breads, vegetables and fruits, and granola options....

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Wedding Catering Silicon Valley

Wedding Brunch: A Growing Trend

Wedding Catering Tips Add a unique flair to your wedding ceremony by hosting a brunch reception instead of a more traditional dinner reception. With a morning wedding and brunch reception, you can enjoy a wider range of fantastic foods and have a more relaxed, casual celebration. (Alternatively, you can throw a brunch the day after the dinner reception to say “thanks again” to friends and relatives who’ve traveled from out of town and to keep the good vibes going.) Consider these tips to plan an ideal wedding brunch that will be remembered fondly for years: Offer luscious indulgences. An event catering specialist can use her expertise to create a menu laden with brunch classics like french toast casserole, omelettes, or frittatas. Handheld Catering features a variety of frittata choices, including bacon and cheddar cheese with fresh herbs and potato, caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, and fresh herbs. Have fun with drinks. Sipping spirits can spark exciting conversations and encourage people to be more social and celebratory. Consider setting up a mimosa bar or offering specialty teas or exotic juices to make your brunch reception sparkle. Serving brunch drinks at your wedding reception is a good way to break away...

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