A big batch of homemade yogurt serves as a refreshing take on buffet-style appetizers (and it's perfect for hosting brunches, too!). Simply set out the yogurt with a variety of mix-ins to choose from. Our suggestions: granola, toasted coconut, pistachios, maple syrup, honey, and fresh and dried fruits.
The deli buffet is quite popular for a simple event and includes mostly finger food that's easy to select and can usually please any crowd (assuming that you attend to the needs of gluten-free, kosher, and vegetarian guests). Most deli buffets include the following: Mixed green salad (include three types of dressing)
Vegetarian cold finger buffet food. It is always a great idea to serve a variety of different foods including vegetarian bites. Serving veggie-based dishes will save you the embarrassment of not having any food for guests with allergies and food intolerances. Vegetables are packed with antioxidants amongst their spectrum of colors.
We've been thinking an awful lot about the family-style buffet that chef and cookbook author Yotam Ottolenghi cooked for us at the BA Night Kitchen. In the days that followed, we couldn't stop
Banquet Catering Menu. We can arrange for a lunch or dinner buffet with more than enough food, or you can go with a more traditional, plated meal. Ask your sales manager about our Family-Style meal service! We have a variety of chicken, beef and seafood options, as well as vegetarian plates.
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