It’s that time of the year! Everyone is either trying to lose all that holiday weight or make up for all the money they spent over the holidays; of course, it’s also the season of love and weddings to come! In recent years, as a direct result of globalization, we’ve been seeing more and more people from different parts of the world with different backgrounds fall in love and celebrate their union with a wedding here in Toronto. While multicultural unions are not new, they are becoming increasingly common; this has made them a hot topic in Toronto’s wedding catering scene.
For any wedding, it is imperative that everything come together seamlessly; multicultural unions bring the additional challenge of integrating both (or all) cultures in the celebration so that they’re equally represented. Barring the décor, the music, and the drinks, the wedding menu is an infallible way to guarantee a fusion of cultures and incredible flavours. Regardless of which Toronto Catering company you choose to work with, we highly recommend using a custom caterer that is capable of designing a wedding menu that is unique to you and representative
of your heritage.
We cater weddings all around Toronto and each one is unique and special for its own reasons. What made this particular Toronto wedding special for us was that it was for our very own sous-chef Hillary Brown and her husband Carmel Joseph Cuschieri.
Steam Whistle weddings are gorgeous. The indoor and outdoor spaces work perfectly for both rustic and chic weddings. The Beer Hall alone can entertain anywhere between 250 to 500 guest depending on if you do a sit down or reception. You don’t need a large group to get married there, Steam Whistle Brewing is happy to entertain groups as small as 30. Hillary and Carmel Joseph’s wedding was for 120 invitees.
Guillaume ClairetOur Sous-Chef’s Toronto Wedding at Steam Whistle Brewing
Winter seems to have morphed into summer in a mere two weeks and we’re thrilled to say good-bye to our Sorels and winter jackets (at least until December). We’ve been celebrating in our kitchens by developing and tasting new menu items that embody the new season and the months ahead. We’ve come up with new hors d’oeuvre, first courses, mains, stations and desserts and hope you’ll be just as excited about them as we are.
Guillaume ClairetAnnouncing! Spring and Summer Menus
In continuing with an annual tradition, Daniel et Daniel recently sent top staff from all departments to last month’s CaterSource 2010 Conference and Tradeshow in Las Vegas. Attended by thousands of catering professionals from around the world, the conference gives those present the opportunity to refine their business skills and acquaint themselves with emerging trends in the international catering market.