Archive for the ‘Catering & Cakes’ Category

Holiday Gift Guide for Caterers

Holiday Gift Guide for Caterers

Posted by Chris Erdos | December 15th, 2020 | No Comments

                                  1. Education Vacation – Give yourself and your favorite caterer the tax-deductible Las Vegas Education Vacation you missed this year. ($159) Purchase Here 2. Cook Book Ends. Add elegance to your bookshelf. ($29) Read More

Do You Charge For Tastings?

Do You Charge For Tastings?

Posted by Chris Erdos | May 7th, 2018 | No Comments

  Wedding couples are angry that the tastings aren’t free…and caterers are tired of preparing meals for potentials that aren’t serious.  When do you charge for tastings? And how do you do so without upsetting the client? When the Wedding MBA surveyed couples, planners, and caterers, the results were mixed. Read More

Why Holidays Are So Stressful For Wedding Pros

Posted by Chris Erdos | November 28th, 2017 | No Comments

December is a slow month for weddings…Why are you so stressed? Professional Expectations – Corporate clients with Mona Lisa tastes, but Charlie Brown budgets (peanuts). Personal Expectations – If you are a caterer, you can’t bring store-bought cookies to the neighborhood cookie exchange.  Even friends judge you at a different level Read More

Food Fare

Food Fare

Posted by Chris Erdos | January 9th, 2017 | No Comments

A Brief History Of Everyting Food What do brides and grooms want for their 2018 wedding menus? Pack your bags and board our time travel machine. Ready, set, go! The 1920’s: Frozen foods are made available. Clarence Birdseye develops a method for quick freezing food in a convenient packaging. My Read More

Feast Or Famine

Posted by Chris Erdos | November 16th, 2016 | No Comments

Catering Buzz Words That Every Salesperson Needs To Be Using Brides and grooms that consider themselves foodies know the lingo better than some of your salespeople. Learn this vocab to book more sales. Stop saying heave appetizers, try tapas, bite sized meals, or tasting menus. Stop saying fresh, try farm Read More

If I Owned A Cake Company

Posted by superadmin | September 1st, 2015 | No Comments

By Shannon Underwood 1.   I would have a hands on build your own cake at my cake shop or displayed within my bridal show booth. Give your brides and grooms something creative to do while they are waiting to talk with you at a bridal show or before an appointment. What Read More