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How to Cater Festive Affairs

Chef supervising as baker preparing glaze for freshly baked goods in chocolate shop kitchen
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The trickiest part of hosting a holiday party is often times what food you’re going to serve at it.  This new article from The Bulletin is telling readers that loads of stress can be reduced from your hosting duties if you chose to cater your event.

Hiring a caterer completely eliminates any cooking you may have had to do, and they also bring in the services and supplies you would have otherwise had to buy if you were cooking for your own party.  To successfully higher a caterer that meets all of your needs consider these requirements.

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  • fits your budget
  • collect all the information about your venue
  • consider alcohol prices
  • schedule out the entire day

For more requirements to consider, click here.

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