Going Global for Expos & Conventions in 2017

Dec 1st, 2016 - What is the common factor between industry experts, thought-provoking panels, networking sessions, and display booths? Tradeshows, conferences, expos, or whatever you want to call them.

lasagna.jpgHowever, one major player in the conference industry, whose importance many tend to overlook until late in the game, is the catering! Small or big, when you hold that many people virtually ‘captive you’re going to need to feed them, or their attention will start to wander. And since you have to feed them anyway, why not transport them around the world all in a one-hour lunch span!                                                

  1. Lone Star Tex-Mex You simply cannot go wrong with gooey cheeses, spice-rubbed meats, hearty beans, and fragrant spices. Tex-Mex is a delicious blend of traditional Mexican recipes and American culinary ingenuity. Try Corporate Caterers’ Chicken and Steak Fajita Combo for an easy and customizable meat that will tempt even the most devoted of conference goers.
  2. fried-chicken.jpgGood Ole Southern Comfort Southern cuisine is all about mouthwatering, crispy fried chicken, melt-in-your-mouth mac and cheese, and tender, fall apart pot roast. Can you even have southern comfort without the perfect fried chicken? Corporate Caterers’ southern style golden and crisp fried chicken served with their Twisted Chicken Mac and Cheese will fuel attendees for hours on end, and leave them begging for more.
  3. La Dolce Vita Italy’s irresistible culinary tradition is centered around the freshest, locally-sourced meats and vegetables and complemented perfectly by the richest cheeses. The scent of a warm, freshly baked meat lasagna, made from Corporate Caterers’ very own secret four cheese recipe will entice attendees to take an hour –or more, in traditional Italian fashion– to savor their food, recharge and refresh, just in time for the next speaker.
  4. Escape to the East The delicious, tropical flavors of the East all vary depending on the country of origin of a particular dish, and are a blend of some of the most rich and exotic flavors to be found. From slow cooked Pepper Steak marinated in soy and ginger with crisp peppers and onions, to Corporate Caterers’ Fire Roasted Orange Chicken doused in a citrus glaze and slowly roasted and seared over an open flame, any of the Eastern inspired dishes will have mouths watering for hours on end. 



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