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Xmas Punch



  • 1 orange, sliced

  • 1 cup cranberries

  • 1/2 cup pomegranate seeds

  • 2 cups cranberry juice

  • 2 cups orange juice

  • 1 cup pomegranate juice

  • 2 cups lemon-lime soda

  • Ice

  • Fresh rosemary sprigs (for garnish)


  1. In a large punch bowl, combine the orange slices, cranberries, and pomegranate seeds.

  2. Add the cranberry juice, orange juice, and pomegranate juice to the bowl and stir to combine.

  3. Just before serving, add the lemon-lime soda and ice to the bowl.

  4. Garnish with fresh rosemary sprigs.

How to Stay Healthy with Catered Meals

Here are some tips to eat healthier at catered meals:

- Choose dishes that are low in calories, saturated fat, and sodium. Lean proteins like grilled chicken or fish and whole grains like brown rice or quinoa are good options.
- Pay attention to your portion sizes. Catered meals can have a lot of calories, so try to have one serving of each dish and avoid having more.
- Ask for modifications if you have special dietary needs. Many caterers can make vegetarian, gluten-free, or low-sodium meals if you request them.
- Skip sugary drinks like soda or fruit juice. They can add a lot of calories and sugar to your meal. Drink water or unsweetened tea instead.
- Be careful with desserts. They can also have a lot of calories and sugar, so limit yourself to one small serving or skip them if you can.

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Tips and Tricks to Cater an Event

Before the event, plan carefully: Think about the number of guests, the kind of food you want to serve, and any special dietary needs.

Choose a suitable menu: Based on the event details, pick a menu that matches the occasion. Consider the time of day, the season, and the theme of the event when choosing your dishes.

Cook ahead of time: As much as you can, cook the food before the event. This will help you stay organized and make sure that everything is ready on time.

Label the food: Clearly label all the dishes, especially if they have common allergens like nuts or gluten.

Keep it simple: Don't overcomplicate things. Stick to dishes that you are confident in making and that can be cooked ahead of time.

Be flexible: Be ready to adapt if needed. If something doesn't work out, don't panic. Just change it up.

Stay organized: Follow a detailed schedule of what you need to do and when. This will help you stay on track and make sure that everything is ready on time.

Have backup plans: Always have backup plans in case something goes wrong. This could include extra food, more staff, or different menu items.

Get feedback: After the event, ask for feedback from your clients and guests. This will help you improve your services and make future events even better.

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