Posts Tagged ‘catering’

Catering Guide: TOP Must-Haves Before Hiring a Caterer

Friday, March 15th, 2019

The Easter holidays are fast approaching. Are you planning a getaway or a simple get-together at your backyard? Cooking everything on your own gives it a personal touch, but if it would be for more than 10 guests, best to bring in the caterers to ease your stress and just enjoy the holiday festivities.

If you will hire a caterer for your gathering, here is a list of Caterer Must-Haves to guide you:

  1. EASY-TO-REACH. Whether it is by a phone number, a website live chat or via skype or by email, the caterer must be easy to call and accessible 24/7. If you have problems encountered a week before or even during the event itself, you could get in touch with them.
  2. REASONABLY-PRICED MENUS. Catered food need not be too pricey but of course delightful to the palate and most appealing to the senses. You and your guests could even have a spit roast and buffet brought to your doorstep.
  1. FLEXIBLE AND RELIABLE. One of the key factors in securing the services of a caterer is its flexibility to adapt to your needs. Their kitchens should be armed to prepare the demands of your guests for an all-meat, partly vegetarian, gluten-free recipes if choices are to be laid out.
  2. ATTENTION TO DETAIL. This begins the moment you speak to them on the phone or via chat, if they ask you all about the details of your gathering, it means they really do care that you make a statement with the food and preparation, which in turn could impress your guests.

Get the services of Australia’s top caterers, All Suburbs Catering, so you can enjoy your party to the fullest.

Do-It-Yourself Countryside Style Party

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Is throwing parties one of your greatest hobbies? If it is, then the next time you host a party, you can do the venue decorations yourself if you have artistic and creative hands.

But first, you have to decide for the theme of your party. How about the classic countryside style? Making do-it-yourself adornments for a countryside type of party is just easy. Here are a few countryside party catering suggestions you may use:

Tiny Wooden-Framed Blackboards – You can use these mini wooden boards to label your foods. Use different colors of chalk to add vibrancy to the buffet table. You can use some nice woods in your backyard as frames for the small blackboards.

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Sunflower Jars – if you have a lot of empty crystal clear jars of jams or whatever food, you may use them for your table centerpieces. Your centerpieces need not be extravagant and complicated. Fill these jars with water and use average-stemmed sunflowers for the signature countryside look.

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Flowery Twigs – Of course there will always be twigs scattered in your backyard especially if you have trees. You can use them up, put varnish to the twigs and adorn with tiny flowers. You can put them in the buffet table.

flower twigs

And as for the food, this is what your guests will talk about for days. Let  the kitchen expertise of a reliable food caterer do all the “dirty” kitchen work.

Australia is home to many great party caterers that can cook, deliver and serve splendid catering meals customized to your occasion and budget.

Feel free to visit All Suburbs Catering and you will surely be treated like kings and queens at your next gathering.

Some Delicious Menus to Celebrate a Special Day for American Relatives and Guests

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

Although Thanksgiving Day in Australia has a different meaning and held not on the same day as the America, it does not mean that you should not celebrate this important event. This is especially true if you have American friends and relatives in Australia.

Thanksgiving dinner

Thanksgiving dinner can be a special occasion of the year where families gather over dinner to share the same food, stories, laughter and the joyous occasion as a whole. On this end, it will be worthy to have an all set plan with some touch of American traditional Thanksgiving Day menus.

Here are some recommended menus for your Thanksgiving dinner:

Roasted turkey. The traditional roasted turkey should never be missing in your dinner table or else it will be a little bit lonely. If you are skilled in food preparation then you can roast the turkey by yourself. But if you are not inclined towards cooking then you can buy roasted turkeys from your favorite restaurants and caterers.

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Macaroni and cheese. Macaroni and cheese can be perfect for your Thanksgiving dinner. It can also be a great especially if you have kids at home.

Apple Pies. Some sweet apple pies will equally complement your dinner table. Apple pies are also considered as a traditional Thanksgiving menu. The oldies as well as the little ones will love to have it.

Holiday Bacon Appetizers. Bacons are good appetizers, do you agree? Have it in your dinner table and expect a sumptuous meal for everybody.

Carrots. Sautéed carrots can be another favorite traditional thanksgiving dinner recipe. Put in some yummy sauce over boiled carrots and you have an instant healthy meal on your table.

Mashed Potatoes. Mashed potatoes will be best when partnered with roasted turkey. Add up some salt and your mashed potatoes will be ready. An easy to do meal yet very yummy! Truly, a must have in your table.

Wine. Your dinner will not be complete without a bottle of wine. If you do not favor wine, then you can have some fresh juice as an alternative. Fresh cranberry cosmos will be great!

Want to add some Australian favorite spit roast? Contact the best caterers at Forest District Spit Roast Catering

Free Tickets: STATE OF ORIGIN 2011 SERIES in Gold Class!

Monday, July 4th, 2011

Game 3, Wednesday 6 July

$75 Packages including Food & Drink!

There’s no better way to way to watch a State of Origin match than in the luxury of Gold Class at Event Cinemas. And as a VIP Member, you can win two hospitality packages to the Gold Lounge to watch the game on the big screen in total luxury.

Your two hospitality packages includes 1 ticket, to see the game, 1 beer, glass of house red or white wine, soft drink, water or low alcohol beer on arrival followed by mini hamburgers, a hot dog, large portion of fries and a mini popcorn served in cinema.

To go in the draw send email to jeff@allsuburbs.com.au All winners announced Tuesday 12.00 noon, 40 tickets to be won, $100 catering voucher if you don’t win. Good luck!

Westfield’s Parramatta Wednesday 6th July 7.00pm sharp. For food and drinks before the game park in Westfield’s car park

From the team at www.allsuburbs.com.au