All The Things You Never Thought To Grill

Posted on: 12 July 2016

When the summer heats up, there's nothing worse than standing in a hot kitchen cooking over a hot stove. Luckily, there are so many things that taste delicious on the grill that there's virtually no reason to cook inside during the summer months. Burgers and steaks are great, but summer outdoor cooking can be taken up a level with a little imagination. Check out all the things that can be grilled, but aren't often. [Read More]

4 Food And Beverage Options You Should Include On The Menu Of Your Outdoor Summer Wedding

Posted on: 10 June 2016

The backdrop of nature, sparkling sunshine, and singing birds--a summer wedding outdoors can be an enamoring event. If you are in the process of planning your own outdoor summertime wedding, there is no doubt you'll have a lot of fun planning all the details, but food and drinks are a part of the planning phase that can be more of a challenge when it comes to wedding catering. While there are many menu choices that will work for a high-end event like a wedding, you will want to serve things that people can easily associate with the summer season. [Read More]

4 Tips For Serving Caviar

Posted on: 8 June 2016

Caviar has long been a coveted delicacy, and the addition of caviar can elevate the elegance of any dinner or party. Traditionally, caviar is the roe of sturgeon; other types of cured fish eggs, such as American spoonbill or salmon may be referred to as salmon, and can cost less than authentic sturgeon caviar. You can often buy caviar from specialty food markets or you can even buy caviar online. If you plan to serve caviar at a dinner party or a special event, use the following tips: [Read More]

The Power Is Out! 3 Steps To Keep Your Food Cold

Posted on: 6 June 2016

If your power has gone out, you'll need to prevent the food in your refrigerator and freezer from spoiling. That can be difficult to do, especially if the temperatures outside are warm. With some quick thinking and a few safety precautions, you can help keep your food safe until the power comes back on. Here are four steps you should take – before and after a power outage – to protect your food. [Read More]