These are crucial pieces of information, because if attendees can’t eat the dishes you’re serving, it could be a very uncomfortable situation for all concerned. Next, take into consideration the amount of time everyone will have to dine, whether foods should be mobile so they can be eaten on the run, and what kind of atmosphere you’re trying to create. The foods you serve at a holiday party, for example, will be completely different from those you serve to big wigs at a power lunch. For more tips on hosting, check out this infographic.
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