Posted on Feb 27, 2017 by rachel
Texas-style barbeque is a popular choice to serve at many different occasions, from backyard barbeques and corporate events to weddings and tailgates. Although it may seem rather straight-forward and traditional, there are several new trends emerging in the world of BBQ.
Posted on Nov 28, 2016 by rachel
Food critic Josh Ozersky believes “nobody is fed well at a wedding.” But that doesn’t have to be true. You just have to choose caterers who rise to the challenges of delivering mouthwatering food to hundreds of guests. With everything else going on for your special day, let us worry about the wedding catering. We will ensure no guest goes hungry when Goode Company is in charge of feeding guests well.
Posted on Nov 14, 2016 by rachel
As Eating Well magazine reports, “the key to a great party is a relaxed host.” And while the magazine’s focus is on teaching you how to cook for your own guests, there are a lot of would-be holiday hosts who will be stressed out by cooking. Many will be unhappy even if they start the prep work days in advance…most people just don’t have the time to slave over a stove anymore.
Posted on Oct 18, 2016 by rachel
There are a lot of things that you have to consider when you are planning an event. The exact points depend on the event's specifics, so you should customize your plan according to what the event needs. It is important that you set a budget for the event and revisit the budget as you get estimates and quotes from various vendors. Be as specific as possible so you get accurate information.
Posted on Oct 13, 2016 by rachel
Have your corporate events been stuck in a culinary rut lately? Have even the best buffets and the most scrumptious of spreads begun to blur into one, unappealing mass?? Huge sit-down meals or heavy buffets are fantastic for awards dinners and company picnics, but they can get a bit awkward at seminars and mixers. They also tend to get boring if you rely on them exclusively. Small plates of delectable appetizers offer an alternative, one that many corporate event planners tend to overlook.
Posted on Sep 30, 2016 by rachel
Whether you are organizing a corporate awards ceremony or the wedding of your dreams, you will be confronted with a long list of decisions that will determine the event's overall success. Arguably the most important of these decisions is choosing the best venue for the event. Other critical planning details, such as the date, catering type, and entertainment, are all dependent upon the venue itself. Of course, with so many to choose from, this can be a bit challenging if you're not sure what to look for.
Posted on Sep 13, 2016 by rachel
Believe it or not, there are plenty of ways to get barbeque wrong. Getting it wrong means a lot of hungry, grumpy, dissatisfied guests, and nobody wants that. Follow these simple tips to make sure that your next barbeque event leaves everyone stuffed and happy the way God intended.
Posted on Aug 26, 2016 by rachel
Feeling a bit ho-hum about hosting a dinner party? Want to do something unique and memorable and hop onto one of the hottest trends in catering and event planning? If so, consider a breakfast or brunch event. These fun, creative events bring a multitude of advantages over their more traditional
Posted on Aug 12, 2016 by rachel
At Goode Catering we are happy to work with any venue you choose. Though we do offer a list of places we’ve catered to, are familiar with, and have good relationships with we don’t want to leave you with the impression that we only cater to those places.
Posted on Jul 29, 2016 by rachel
Often when we mention that we just finished catering a wedding, we encounter a bit of surprise. "BBQ? At a wedding? Wouldn't that be a little messy? Isn't that a little strange?" But not all BBQ is messy! BBQ doesn't have to be eaten with the hands, and it doesn't have to be slathered with so much sauce that everyone needs moist towelettes at the end of the event.