The Tasting Table | Tampa Bay | Catering | Seven
Posted on February 12th, 2016 - Comments Off
Crabmeat Maison & Avocado Stack
Pan Seared Grouper
Creole Pralines & Cream Ice Cream
The Tasting Table | Tampa Bay | Catering | Six
Posted on February 5th, 2016 - Comments Off
Curry Roasted Cauliflower
Chile Relleno De Camarones y Queso
Pomegranate Watermelon Sorbet
Mardi Gras Sweet Sixteeen at The Regent – Brandon Catering
Posted on March 18th, 2013 - No Comments
We were thrilled to cater a Mardi Gras Sweet Sixteen party at The Regent in Riverview, Fl. Kevin Lacassin, owner and Executive Chef, is a New Orleans native, which made this a perfect fit for our company. We developed a great station style layout to showcase the exceptional cuisine and flavors of New Orleans. Station style is a great option for large events because our stations are designed to minimize lines at the food stations and allow guests to sample different foods. We also had an interactive dessert bar with traditional New Orleans Beignets and King Cake.
We were so excited to work with a great team of event professionals to transform the ballroom into Bourbon Street. Event Design created a wonderful setting for the party by draping and up-lighting the walls in the classic Mardi Gras colors of purple, green and gold. The centerpieces incorporated colorful feather plumes, masks and the tables were named after famous New Orleans streets. Ideal Design Events supplied great Mardi Gras props such as the benches and vintage style street lamps. The awesome spandex linens were by SS5 Productions.
“New Orleans” Martini Bar
“Creole Style” Red Beans and Rice
with smoked sausage
Strawberry Spring Salad Martini
spring greens, fresh Plant City strawberries, pecans and crumbled feta cheese,
tossed in a balsamic vinaigrette, served in a martini glass
Boneless skinless chicken breast, sliced and Sautéed with onions and peppers in
a creamy Cajun alfredo sauce
Creamy Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes &
Fresh Roasted Mardi Gras Vegetable Medley – Purple, Green & Gold
Green Italian Zucchini, Yellow Squash and Purple Potatoes, tossed with olive oil and
seasoned simply with Kosher salt and fresh ground black pepper
Pasta Creation Station
This attended station gives your guests a choice of a fantastic seafood pasta and a rice based Cajun Jambalaya
Authentic Cajun style jambalaya made with long grain white rice, blackened chicken and spicy smoked sausage, cooked in a cast iron pot
plump Florida pink shrimp sautéed in a rich, spicy cream sauce, tossed with shell pasta and chopped green onion
authentic New Orleans style beignets, dusted with powdered sugar
plus a selection of sauces for drizzling – milk chocolate, white chocolate and raspberry
New Orleans Style King Cake
Drizzled with warm crème anglaise
Photography: Marc Edwards Photographs, Venue: The Regent, Centerpieces, Drape, Uplighting and Lobby décor: Event Design, DJ: Big Beats Entertainment, Mardi Gras Props: Ideal Design Events, Linens: SS5 Productions Inc, Bar: Catering by Lundys, Cake: Let Them Eat Cake
Featured: Glamour & Grace
Posted on January 1st, 2013 - No Comments
Thank you Becka, Studio 222 Photography, for sharing the wonderful images with us!
Corporate and Social Events Done the RIGHT Way!
Posted on February 8th, 2011 - No Comments
I recently came across an article in Inc Magazine titled “How to Host a Customer Event” and thoroughly enjoyed seeing a mainstream business magazine approach a subject so important but often overlooked in the business world. The purpose of a corporate or social event can vary, but it ultimately has one goal – Make a Great Lasting Impression. My favorite line from the article sums it all up:
Whether it is the launch of a new fashion boutique, a new advertising campaign, the opening gala of a museum or celebrating the expansion of a company, each component of the event should complement the others. When it comes to catering top-notch events, the menu and format needs to leave a great impression with the guests. After all, it’s all about the lasting impression, right? I read about the food spread provided for a recent museum opening and frankly I was, well, underwhelmed. Would this excite you?
Sounds like a catering menu from the early 90’s. Here’s our take on a great themed event menu:
Which event would you rather attend? Which event would you rather produce? Give us a call to talk about how to make a lasting impression on your guests, customers, employees or clients for your next corporate event.
Good Food Catering Company was established to provide superior culinary experiences for events, weddings and celebrations in the Tampa Bay Region.