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July 30, 2020
Food and drink comprises one of the most important considerations for any event. But professional caterers often need to deal with surprisingly challenging situations.
In our latest guest blog post, we interview Andrew Dunoon of Elizabeth Andrews Corporate Catering to discover how they'd approach these seven situations.
1. Your client informs you that her sit-down charity dinner comprises strict vegans, those on Paleo diets and Hindu guests. What do you suggest?
We are often asked to cater for special dietary requirements and have an extensive menu available covering a variety of dietary requirements including vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, dairy free etc. For an event with specific requirements such as this, we can suggest:
- Paleo: Grilled chicken, burnt leek and onion puree, blistered heirloom tomatoes, wilted greens, herbs and macadamia gremolata
- Paleo Vegan Hindu: Roast pumpkin stack, burnt leek and onion puree, blistered heirloom tomatoes, wilted greens, herbs and macadamia gremolata
- Vegan Hindu: Buddha bowl of uruchimai, tamari and ginger spiced tofu, roasted broccoli, edamame, pickled cabbage, avocado, seaweed and sesame furikake
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