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TIS THE SEASON…3 CHEESE RAVIOLI W/SAUSAGE AND PUMPKIN SAUCE

   1 lb. CHEESE RAVIOLI (your favorite brand)                                           1 lb Chicken Apple Sausage (sliced) 2 Tbs Olive Oil 3 … Continue reading

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Three-Decade Culinary Veteran Serves up Secrets of Catering Trade in Delicious New Book.

Written by Jerri Lee George, CATER$AVVY “Secrets of the Trade Revealed” takes readers deep into the catering mind and into a platter of topics from sales techniques and pricing guidelines to a wealth of menus, recipes and personal vignettes. Written … Continue reading

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Herb Encrusted Chicken w/Honey Butter

BREAKING THE YOM KIPPUR FAST is one of the oldest and most meaningful traditions for Jews across the globe. Here is a wonderfully easy way to serve a crowd with the best combination of two popular ingredients. This dish gives … Continue reading

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OYSTER PRIMAVERA – Brought to you by the Letter “R”

Yes, summer has ended and the month’s that contain the letter “r” herald in the eating of Oysters. I do love oysters but not of the raw persuasion. Just could never get past the thought if them, whether soaked in … Continue reading

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TAILGATE GYRO PITA POCKET

This is a great make, wrap and carry-to-the-game pocket meal! Live a little ‘greek style’ on the sidelines! 8 Pita Rounds cut in halves 2 lbs. ground lamb 1/2 cup diced onion 3 TBS minced garlic 1 tsps. greek oregano … Continue reading

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FOOD ALLERGIES AND DEATH

On the heels of the tragic death of a vacationing thirteen year old girl yesterday, who innocently took a bite of a peanut butter laced Rice Krispie treat, we as caterers must again ponder what can be done.  An abundance … Continue reading

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BLUEBERRY CHIFFON PIE

Since I was a child spending summers on my grandparent’s blueberry farm near Cape Cod, anything and everything in July was blueberries.  Blueberry griddlecakes, blueberry bread pudding, and my grandfather’s favorite…this pie.  On hot and humid summer afternoon’s he would … Continue reading

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