Forklift in the Press
Boston WeddingsJune 2016
Here Comes the Wedding BrunchWe were asked by Boston Weddings to provide some food items for a Wedding Brunch feature and photo shoot. Read More »
Boston MagazineJuly 2015
Best of Boston 2015We are thrilled to have been selected as Boston Magazine's Best Wedding Caterer for 2015 in their July 2015 Best of Boston issue. Read More »
Boston WeddingsDecember 2014
Best DressedBoston Weddings featured our salad in their Spring/Summer 2014 issue: "Mixed baby lettuces, watermelon radishes, pickled plums, walnuts, goat cheese, and roasted-shallot vinaigrette". Read More »
Boston WeddingsJune 2014
Inside ScoopsBoston Weddings featured two of our passed hors d'oeuvre in their Fall/Winter 2014 issue. Read More »
Boston WeddingsJune 2013
Forklift was featured in list of "Late Night Bites" in the Fall/Winter issue of Boston Weddings.Read More »
Boston WeddingsDecember 2013
Sip, Sip, Hooray
Forklift was featured in a list of "buzz-worthy" signature drink recipes in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Boston Weddings.
CVent - Event Planning BlogMay 2012
Why Do Buffets Often Cost More than Plated Meals?Read More »
Boston GlobeJanuary 2010
The Super Bowl may be 10 days away, but the chefs behind Forklift Catering in Jamaica Plain have been planning their big-game menus for weeks. Co-owners Dennis Tourse and Jamie Rogers are bringing their decades of culinary experience to the often predictable world of football party fare.Read More »
Local In SeasonJune 2010
Local Focus: Forklift Catering
As with many farm-fueled menus, Forklift Caterings’ changes with what’s in season. Currently, dishes like Vegetarian Quiche with Tomato and Asparagus, Thai Spicy Beef Salad in a Mini Cucumber Cup, and Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup with White Truffle Oil and Parmesan Crisps are scattered across their menus for various occasions.Read More »
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