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Roasted Chickpea Avocado Salad and Feta ViniagretteRead more
Pecan Pie with Blackstrap Molasses and Sweet Curry CrustRead more
Rabbit Rillette in Crispy Phyllo with Oranges, Olives, and Rabbit Stock ReductionRead more
Grilled Potato Salad with Feta, Green Beans, and OlivesRead more
Guacamole with Bacon, Grilled Scallion, and Roasted TomatillosRead more
New York’s cake designer and founder of “La Dolce Vita” specializes in original, over-the-top cake creations, bringing a new level of creativity to Pastry Works, Catering Works’ bakery divisionRead more
crispy cauliflower with capers, raisins, and breadcrumbsRead more
Though everyone loves a holiday meal, a lot of planning and stress goes into its preparation. Making meals for loved ones is a wonderful way to show how much you care, but planning a menu that pleases everyone is always a little difficult. This year, instead of loosing sleep over recipes, listen to the advice from our Executive Chef, Frank Peters! He's here to solve your menu planning woes.Read more
They say the way to a person's heart is through their stomach. While we agree, we want to make more than just our guests tummies happy! Surprise your friends and family by making your meal an experience!
"Always remember that your wedding is yours. Do what makes the two of you happy and don't skip the little things. And don't rush through the pictures. Your guests will entertain each other at the reception and can wait. The pictures are the only thing that remain for a lifetime and are absolutely worth taking the time to get them right."
You’re engaged! Congratulations! With the man of your dreams becoming your lifelong better half, walking on clouds and dancing from room to room must be a daily occurrence. However, once in a while, the reality of planning for the big day will strike! The to-do list seems endless and appointments with vendors blend into one never-ending meeting.