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Catering for an Around the World Celebration!

October 26th, 2013 | Posted by Marketing in Events

On October 25, 2013, Premiere Events provided food for the taste buds of 200 guests attending a private Around the World Celebration. The delicious menu had a variety of dishes that allowed attendees to sample flavors from all over the globe.

Faina, Chickpea Flatbread  with Chimmichurri Asado, was served to showcase the flavor of Argentina. This dish was a flatbread made from chickpea flower, topped with grilled steak, and a chimmichurri sauce – made from parsley, oregano, garlic, olive oil, and red chili flakes.

The taste of Trinidad and Tobago was presented in the Curry Chicken Skewers, completed with Eggplant Relish and Tomato Chutney Vinaigrette.

Coxinha was served as the Brazilian dish. The Brazilian Chicken Croquettes resembled falafel and were served as on-bites with remoulade.

A potato dish, Papa a la Huancaima, exemplified Peru with a distinct and exquisite spicy cheese sauce.

Traditional Costa Rican Ceviche was served in a shot glass with the choice  between Marlin or Corvina for fish.

The USA was represented with Grilled Cheese Bites with Gazpacho Soup Shots and Mini Fried Chicken and Waffles.

The dish of the UK was Angels on Horseback, oysters wrapped in bacon atop buttered toast points, garnished with watercress.

The flavor of Mexico was perfectly salted chips and a savory guacamole.

From Norway, Fig and Walnut Tapenade with creamy goat cheese was served on a baguette to satisfy the taste buds of the guests.

A favorite of Sweden, Meatballs Lihapullat – beef meatballs topped with Loganberry Jam, was also served as part of the menu.

Lastly, the dessert station had Canadian favorites, French Canadian Lemon Pie Bites, as well as Canadian Shortbread and Molasses Cookies.

The guests left the Around the World Celebration having experienced traditional, delectable foods from many different countries!

-Marie Szalkiewicz   Premiere Events Intern

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