Summer means weddings, graduations and other parties are in full swing. Before you start planning, check out TST Creative Catering’s tips to ensure a celebration that feels extra special, but stays right on budget.
Whether attending a wedding, graduation party, family reunion or birthday celebration, there’s one event element that all guests universally look forward to: the food.
Make this old-fashioned drink well ahead of time to share with friends at your next party, royal or otherwise.
Resident Mary Hayes has become known in town for her parties to celebrate the British royal family.
As spring arrives, personal chef Orlando Castro, aka The Global Chef, recommends bringing out the grill and trying some new techniques.
If you’ve ever thought about hosting a big dinner party with a little extra help, consider hiring a personal chef—in fact, that process has never been easier.
Gather some friends and family for a tasty spread of Irish and Irish-inspired treats.
Whoever coined the phrase “the more the merrier” probably didn’t have party hosts in mind. While we love to catch up with our 15 cousins and 17 grandkids, hosting the whole crew can sometimes feel more like a headache than a holiday. If the season has you scratching your head over flourless pie and Paleo stuffing recipes, or wondering where the dining room table leaf is, Nancy Ecker, food and beverage operations manager at the Woodbury Jerry’s Foods, has the answer: order out. “More and more people are catering their Thanksgiving dinner every year,” she says.