The Benefits of Barbeque Catering

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Backyard barbeques are quick enough for your own catering: it’s easy for a small group to prepare and cook food. However, the logistics of ordering, planning, and cooking food for your guests become complicated if you hold a large event. Sometimes, for the whole case, you will find yourself strapped to the barbeque or stuck in the kitchen, rather than out mingling and enjoying yourself with your guests. Imagine having to cook sausages and steaks for forty or more people: it will take hours to cook and prepare. Not only this, but self-catering is even more costly to do the job for you than hiring a catering service.Learn more by visiting Grand Rapids Food Truck

For each of your guests, a caterer would be able to give you a great price per head according to the meals you order. Furthermore, you’ll have the privilege of being able to socialize and enjoy your own party with your guests. The responsibility for ordering, planning, and cooking meats and salads for your job will be taken away by a catering service: they will also take care of the washing up!

Enjoy the new flavours

Forget the standard barbeque menu of ‘snags and steaks’: speak to your caterer about introducing the menu with some nice, fresh flavors. For seafood, summertime is the ideal climate: think new, crisp salads and juicy, citrus-infused prawns. Alternatively, a variety of kebabs might be served: chicken marinated in Thai curry, or lamb marinated in red wine and studded with rosemary. To tantalize your tastebuds, your caterer will have a variety of special and flavoursome dishes.

You can always serve basic sausages and steaks if you are interested in keeping your barbeque traditional: speak to your caterer about sourcing good-quality, free-range meats for your barbeque. Dream of pork sausages and thick, juicy steaks from Angus. With a selection of delicious salads, top off a good old-fashioned barbeque: Mediterranean vegetables, pumpkin and couscous, fresh Greek salad, or freshly made coleslaw. Your caterer is going to have a whole variety of salads to choose from.

You might also chat about adding some of your own ideas to the barbeque menu with your caterer. Discuss your plans with your caterer at a tasting session whether you have a few old family favorites or a personal twist to add to the menu. One who is imaginative, inventive, and able to work with some of your own ideas is a good caterer.

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2844 Eastern Ave SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49508
Phone Number 616.308.1177

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