By Nancy Loman Scanlon
Catering administration, 3rd variation supplies unique recommendation on all of the the most important company facets of on- and off-premise catering. The 3rd variation beneficial properties certain new fabric on non-hotel catering operations—such as small company administration and working your individual catering operation. It provides clean details on menu layout and pricing, whole with illustrative menu examples and advice for utilizing software program instruments to create engaging menus.
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13 . PRESIDENT JAMES BUCHANAN , James Buchanan brought the formal elegance of European society back to the White House, enlisting a French caterer named Gautuer to reign over the White House kitchen. 15 itemizes the purchasing arrangements to fill the menu for Buchanan’s inaugural ball, to which 5,000 guests were invited on March 4, 1857. PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN , President Lincoln’s second inaugural ball in 1865 was not to be overshadowed by the ongoing Civil War. 16 reflects the diverse cuisine styles of the first 100 years of the American presidency, combining the nation’s bounty of foods so evident at Washington’s table with the influences of French cuisine.
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