Diners at a buffet have to juggle a lot: a drink, their food, and sparkling conversation with everyone else present. Don’t make it harder for them with multiple bowls, plates, and flatware. A fork is the only utensil your guests should need. Remember that your guests may not all find a flat surface for their plates, so using a knife could prove tricky. If you must serve beef, make sure it’s sliced thinly enough to eat in one bite. Tortillas, flatbreads, buns, and rolls make for excellent delivery vehicles when you’re eating at a stand-up dinner party. While we love a good soup or stew, that sort of thing is better suited for a sit-down dinner and a separate serving vessel. Nothing should be so saucy or runny that it dribbles off plates.
Don’t Overwhelm with Options
With so many good things to eat, your guests will probably be feeling up for imbibing more than usual. To keep the night from getting too crazy, limit their options to a red and a white wine, beer if you’d like, and, of course, water. Not only does hard alcohol have the potential to turn your soirée into a straight-up party, it presents another problem: You’re going to be expected to play bartender.
Menu in Order:
Ham and cheese with Spicy Tangy Mustard in a Cornbread Muffin; Seafood Bites; Baked Rice; Mascarpone Garlic Mashed Potatoes; Raspberry Salad with Pears, Brie and Raspberry Vinaigrette; Thin Sliced Roast Beef with a Horseradish Sauce; Guava Glazed Pork Tenderloin; Italian Roasted Vegetables; Party Rolls with Honey Butter Flowers; Upside Down Apple Cake; Strawberry Shortcake with Pound Cake; French Vanilla Ice Cream
1 MONTH CANCELLATION POLICY
$148.00 PRICE IS PER COUPLE.
NOTE: No refunds, transfers, gift cards or credits will be issued for cancellations within 31 calendar days of the class date. We cannot provide refunds, transfers, or makeup sessions for classes missed because of illness, job loss, personal emergencies or events beyond our control.
When you register for a class, you reserve a slot that determines how much food we buy, how many work stations we set up and the total number of students, which determines whether the class will be held.
To cancel, you must notify us by phone/and or email, at least 1 month before the class is held. You can send another person in your place or transfer to another class (based upon availability). Or we will issue a T& T gift card redeemable for another class. This option is available only if you cancel at least 1 month before the scheduled class date.
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