Whether you’re planning to host a corporate event, birthday party, or bar mitzvah, the most crucial decision you’ll have to make is about catering for the celebration. Good food can bring people together, open up conversations and make your event more engaging and appealing; on the other hand, lousy food and service can ruin it.
Martha Stewart's braised duck with turnips and celery root.
By Kelly McCarthy
Fall is officially here and even if you're not ready for the cool, crisp weather there's one thing that everyone should be excited about -- whole new offerings of delicious, fresh produce in peak season!
From leafy greens to rustic root vegetables, fall produce is ideal raw or roasted, enjoyed as soups and stews or pureed and baked into the perfect quick bread.
See What Fruits and Vegetables Are in Season When
Veggies at Farmers Market. Denise Taylor/Getty Images
Fruits and vegetables are at their best when they're grown and harvested in their natural seasons and don't travel too far before being gobbled up. Whether you're anticipating your favorite food or curious about what you'll find in the produce market right now, this listing of seasonal produce and their nation-wide harvest seasons will help.
9 Steps That Will Ensure the Meal Is a Hit and Not a Flop
When planning the food and beverage for any event, it's important for event planners to consider the even not-so-obvious catering menu planning items to help ensure a successful program and delicious meal. Catered events are unfortunately often known to provide sub-par food at best and inedible food at worst. Don't fall victim to less than stellar event food. The following nine steps to catering coordination and menu planning will ensure that your event stands out amongst the typical catered event meals.
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