Action Stations provide the opportunity for you and your guests to customize your own meal, just the way you like it, with the added extravaganza of being able to watch our Chef create it right in front of you! At this wedding, the bride and groom wanted a custom Pasta buffet. Each guest got to hand pick from a great selection of fresh pastas, meats, veggies, and sauces to create their own pasta entree cooked right in front of them, providing not only a great dinner experience, but a great entertainment experience as well!
Posted by vsauceys on August 30, 2009
Posted by vsauceys on August 29, 2009
Here we are, back to post some more Denver catering pictures. This buffet is perfect for any luncheon and is an all inclusive package including; 2 entrees for every palate, beverages, disposables, and luau decor. We also have other themed packages depending on the flavor of your event! Visit our website at www.sauceyscatering.com for more fun ideas for your next catered event!
Posted by vsauceys on August 26, 2009
Everyone here at Saucey’s Catering in Denver, CO is very happy that we have had such a busy and successful summer! Not only have our Wedding Caterings gone very well, but we have also had a great summer for our corporate and social catering events We have had a nice variety of buffets, appetizer weddings, and some plain old fun grilling out with bbq’s to celebrate! Of course, since we have been so busy and having so much fun, our blogging has suffered and I completely apologize for that… but I am back now and ready to go with some great new pictures for you to drool over! So, keep checking back with your favorite Colorado Caterer for fun and delicious new pictures!
Posted by CJ on August 17, 2009
Posted by CJ on August 3, 2009
Posted by CJ on July 26, 2009
Posted by CJ on July 17, 2009
Posted by CJ on July 14, 2009
Posted by CJ on July 8, 2009
Here is a great Salsa Recipe!
3 medium tomatoes, quartered
1 to 2 fresh jalapeno or serrano peppers, seeded & halved
1/2 cup chopped onion (1 medium)
1 Tablespoon Evo
1/4 teaspoon ground cumin
Makes about 1 1/4 cups
Preheat broiler. Put tomatoes and jalapenos, cut side down on a sheet pan. broil for about 9 to 11 minutes, until the tomato and pepper skins start to blacken.
Remove the skins and finely chop the tomatoes and peppers.
In a small pan cook onion and garlic in the oil. Stir in the tomatoes, peppers, and cumin. Bring to a boil. Then turn down the heat and simmer for about 10 to 15 minutes. Most of the liquid should be evaporated. Cool completely.
Serve with huevos rancheros, scrambled eggs, meat loaf, chicken, or fish.
Posted by CJ on July 1, 2009
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Planning a wedding is not an easy thing. There are many different pieces to put together, people to organize, things to plan, and little details to remember. You spend hours upon hours, and months upon months planning every little detail that is involved to pull off even the simplest reception, so that you and your guests have a wonderful time. Even with all the planning and preparation that you do. There is one thing that is never predictable, especially in our Denver, Colorado area…Weather. Weather is very unpredictable.
So, what do you do if you are having an outdoor wedding and the weather gets bad?
If you are getting married in your backyard or outside at your venue, you will need a backup plan. Backup plans can be very easy and your reception will run very smoothly, if you have any experienced caterer, like Saucey’s Catering, working with you. We recommend always discussing backup plans with your caterer, including details of what will occur, how it will occur, and at what time they need to be exceuted. Most often, this just includes the option to move inside and who will have the final say. However, Backup plans can also be made very difficult and confusing if options and details are not discussed.
Saucey’s Catering catered an outside wedding the other day. Everything was outside without a tent; including the Food, DJ, Dance Floor, etc… We watch the storm rolling in; my staff and I had to make a quick decision, move or not to move. We decide to move into our planned location, The Garage. Luckily we had discussed this option at our 30 day walkthrough and we knew this was what the bride and groom wanted to do. It rained heavily for about 10 minutes and then dissipated. Without this plan the food, tables, linens, and guests would have gotten all wet and would have been cold. However, we were prepared and the reception was beautiful.