If you’ve just gotten into the catering business, you are probably starting to realize that you have to rely on more than just your ability to make good food in large quantities to get by. Here are a few quick tricks of the trade to help you get established.
- Dress for comfort – If you are catering a wedding, you will obviously have to dress up a lot more than when catering a birthday party, but either way, you need to be comfortable. This is especially true when it comes to your footwear because you can end up on your feet for hours between prepping, service, and breakdown.
- Get educated on food safety – Nothing will close down a catering business faster than everyone getting sick in the days following an event you catered. There is zero room for error when it comes to food-borne illness and catering.
- Source heat and serve food wisely – You’re not going to have time to prepare everything from scratch. When you do order heat and serve food, make sure it is high-quality. That’s why professionally caterers look to Culinary Specialties.
High-Quality Food, Sans the Prep Time
Culinary Specialties offers dozens of customizable food options for catering companies, all of which is prepared in our safety-conscious prep facility and individually quick frozen to ensure taste, appearance, and quality. To learn how we can save you time in the kitchen, give us a call today at 760.744.8220, or you can request a quote by submitting our online contact form.