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Top Concerns for a Corporate Catered Event 0

Corporate catering comes with unique challenges that are readily handled by skilled and experienced catering professionals. Without the right level of support, these challenges can make it difficult to successfully host the event to the delight of your guests.

When you partner with a catering professional, however, you can easily resolve these concerns and move on with your event plans without worry.

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How to Avoid Cross Contamination with Gluten-Free Corporate Catering 0

People with celiac disease or gluten sensitivities can suffer an adverse reaction from contact with even trace amounts of gluten. To ensure their gluten-free clients are safe from cross contamination, trusted catering teams employ the best practices in gluten-free catering.

With this approach, they can serve both gluten-friendly and gluten-free dishes to ensure your guests have a pleasant and inviting dining experience at your corporate event.

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Exploring the Delicacies of Seafood Catering 0

Seafood dishes of all kinds are notoriously difficult to prepare and serve correctly, especially at large-scale events with hundreds of guests. Only the best onsite prep and cooking practices, alongside impeccable timing, can result in a delicious seafood spread for you and your guests. Therefore, it is wise to leave the delicacies of seafood catering to the professionals when it comes time to plan your next catering event.

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5 Ways Professional Catering Can Elevate Your Christmas Party Experience 0

With Christmas right around the corner, it is time to start dreaming up a menu, making a shopping list and prepping anything you can ahead of time to make quick work of your holiday meal. If just the thought of all that leaves you more than a little exhausted, you may benefit from hiring a professional catering service for your Christmas party.

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Start New Thanksgiving Traditions with a Seafood Extravaganza 0

North Shore families have long celebrated their birthdays and other special occasions with a delicious seafood spread from Woodman’s of Essex. You can take the tradition of celebrating with Woodman’s to the next level by trading in your typical Thanksgiving fare for a seafood extravaganza. From the fried clams that made Woodman’s famous in 1916 to an All-American clambake with a side of “chowdah”, you have many amazing menu choices to consider in planning your new Thanksgiving dinner traditions.

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How to Create an Oktoberfest Event to Remember 0

You can bring Oktoberfest to life in your own backyard by incorporating the most important elements linked to this longstanding celebration. Although the traditional festival lasts up to 18 days, you can cram all that fun into a just a few days by taking a smart approach to the planning process.

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The History of Woodman’s, Inventing the Fried Clam 0

Steve Woodman: My name is Steve Woodman. I am grandson of “Chubby” Woodman who invented the fried clam in 1916. Now, the way this all started was Chubby was trying to make some extra money. He saw that people were clamming along the shore. He decided that he could make some extra money digging clams and then selling them.

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The History of Woodman’s – Staying Alive During The Depression (Video) 0

Steve Woodman: My name is Steve Woodman, grandson of Chubby Woodman, who sided the business in 1914. Well, actually before even my grandfather moved to Essex, he lived in lived in Hamilton with his parents. His father died young and his mom moved to Essex shortly after that and that’s how my grandfather came to Essex.

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The History of Woodman’s – Clambake Catering (Video) 0

Steve Woodman: My name is Steve Woodman, grandson of Chubby Woodman, who started Woodman’s in 1914. This is a story of clambake business and how we got it going. Actually, Nana Bessie’s father had a clambake business in Gloucester, Roberts of Gloucester. He did clambakes the old-fashioned way like the Indians did.

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Lawrence “Chubby” Woodman and the History of Woodman’s of Essex (Video) 0

Steve Woodman: My name’s Steve Woodman, grandson of Chubby Woodman, who started business in 1914. This is a story of his life and the business as it goes along. He grew up in Hamilton with his mother and father, father dying when he was very young. When that happened, his mom moved to Essex and started a little bake shop.

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