Catering To The Picky Little One

Catering To The Breakfast Lovers

Is there anything better than breakfast food? I don’t think so. Sure, steak is awesome, but a stack of buttermilk pancakes, bacon, eggs, sausage, ham, and maybe some fresh fruit to round it out is awesome at any time of the day, particularly after a night of drinking, but otherwise a perfectly viable option at all times of the day. If my wife would have let me, I would have had our catering provider just set up a buffet style table with those metal warmer things filled to the brim with all manner of breakfast foods at our wedding. In fact, I would like to see more wedding receptions and corporate events embrace the breakfast. The only issue that I foresee is the possibility of syrup ruining a dress shirt or two and possibly a pair of pants for the messy eaters out there…though it can’t be any worse than lasagna or steak sauce.

Family restaurants have caught on a long time ago that serving breakfast foods all day long is in their best interest. Even fast food joints as of late have finally decided that serving breakfast all day is good for their bottom line. Besides, family restaurants don’t dictate when breakfast is. It CAN be the first meal of the day, but it can be the second, third, and the fourth, too. There aren’t any breakfast police that I know of that will interfere in the eating of tasty breakfast foods at non-breakfast times. That would be a sad day indeed if that ever happens. Catering providers should fall in and jump on the breakfast bandwagon, no matter what kind of cuisine they offer. We could call them mobile breakfast specialists and they would be highly successful. Can you imagine breakfast catering with a Latin Fusion flair? My mouth is watering at the thought.


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