“It’s all about the food for this chef-owned and operated business, which offers dishes such as grilled mahi mahi and herb-roasted rack-of-lamb lollipops. Chefs Dennis Tourse and Jamie Rogers, both graduates of the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts and former private chefs, will work with you to create a distinctive menu that suits your tastes. Sustainability is also top of mind for the duo: The company became a certified Sustainable Business Leader in 2012, which means that energy efficiency, water conservation, waste management are always considered.”
A transitional season translates to amazing fare. Forklift Catering shows us how it’s done.
“Going from summer into fall is always a touchy time. No one knows this transition better than Kristen Campbell. As director of event sales and planning at Best of Boston winner Forklift Catering, she helps couples build menus for weddings held in late summer/early fall that utilize the best of both seasons. Here’s what she had to say about embracing autumn bounty while also holding onto summer.”
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“Explore caterers who also make use of local and seasonal ingredients.”
Forklift Catering’s Kristen Campbell offers some menu tips.
“Gluten-free is an increasingly common dining request, including the wedding crowd’s. Kristen Campbell, director of Event Sales and Planning at Somerville’s Forklift Catering, has seen a definite upswing in gluten-free requests for reception menus.”