Want To Have Your Next Event Catered? Ask These Important Questions When Contacting The Catering Company

Having the food catered at an event is convenient. It means less work you will have to do. The catering company can take care of getting the ingredients to prepare the food you have selected from their menu, making everything, and having it ready on time. Most people who plan events decide to utilize catering services because they know it is the least stressful option that is available to them. If you will hire a company to handle the process of preparing and serving the food, you need to be prepared to ask the manager of the company a few questions. Read More 

How Local Coffee Roasters Roast Coffee (And How You Can Too!)

Most of the coffee you buy from a grocery store is already roasted or roasted and ground. This is a convenience that coffee companies do for consumers so that consumers do not have to roast their own coffee every morning before they brew it or grind and brew it. Yet, you pay for this convenience, so maybe you would want to learn how to roast your own coffee beans. Here is how local coffee roasters do it, and how you can too. Read More 

Two Must-Try Offal Cuts

If you're feeling adventurous, there's a lot of cuts of meat at your butcher shop that you may have never had before. Sometimes, they don't exactly look appealing, such as tripe, which is the lining of the first two of four stomachs in cows, sheep, and other grass-eating ruminants. Sometimes, they don't sound appealing, such as testicles, often referred to by the more appetizing name, Rocky Mountain Oysters. These are the testicles of bulls, rams, and boars. Read More 

Starting Up A Small Restaurant? You’ll Need These Food Service Management Tips

When you're about to open the small restaurant you've been working so hard for, it's easy for excitement to take over. However, it's not enough to have fantastic meals and attract customers to eat them; you'll need some food service management skills in order to manage your restaurant costs effectively. With the management tips below, you can avoid too much waste and ensure that your restaurant does well. Keep Menus Simple Read More 

Take the Fuss Out of Your Big Day with a Rustic Wedding

Cowboy boots and sundresses. Old-fashioned silver Airstream trailers for dressing rooms. Barbecue dishes and drinks served in mason jars. Just a few decades ago, you would not have imagined these items being used for a wedding. But, today, the shabby chic, rustic, or country wedding is all the rage. In fact, Jamie Miles, the editor of the popular wedding site, The Knot, recently told Penn Live that black-tie weddings "are kind of over. Read More