CATERED DOESN'T ALWAYS MEAN "FORMAL"
Catering for parties and events doesn't necessarily mean that they have to be sit-down, formal affairs with full service.
BUT... Partial catering, which is incorporating catered food into an event (whether from a caterer or a restaurant that caters), can be a great and inexpensive alternative to full service catering or doing all the cooking yourself.
It's possible to get what you want for your event without spending a fortune. Fully catered events are wonderful things, but they're
not necessarily what everyday entertaining
is about for most people. With practical information about partial catering,
throwing potlucks, and finding inexpensive ways to decorate for a party and feed
your guests, Cateror.com offers advice and tips to help make everyday entertaining easy, enjoyable, and — most importantly — affordable.
If you're having an event of any size — a wedding reception for 100 people, a cocktail party for 50, a birthday barbeque for 20, or a poker game for 10 — the hardest decision is who's going to do the cooking.
There are four main choices for event/party food: cook it yourself, buy pre-cooked or pre-made food and serve it,
have it fully or partially catered, or host a
potluck where each attendee brings a dish.
HOW DO YOU DECIDE?
It's a matter of finding balance. Each option for event food has its own cost in money, time, and effort. But with a little research and some creativity, you can have
the party you want at a cost you can afford. We've got information on catering,
alternatives to full-service catering, potlucks, and how to incorporate
pre-cooked or pre-made food into any event.
Catering doesn't have to cost a fortune, and potlucks don't have to be boring!
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