Category archive: Classic Blog

10 Recipes to Help You Beat the Heat

Watermelon Gazpacho

It has been a slow start to the summer weather that we all know and love, but the heat is finally arriving. Between picnics and pool parties, finding different ways to keep cool can be quite the task. Fortunately, we rounded up some creative and simple recipes to help you beat the heat. Follow Classic…

A Classic Catering Wedding Featured in HERLIFE Magazine

A Classic Catering Wedding Featured in HERLIFE Magazine

Danielle and Pete tied the knot on September 28, 2013, and Classic Catering had the pleasure of helping them celebrate. From the wedding dress to the customized KC Royals cuff links, no detail was left behind. Their reception menu included House Smoked Orange Ginger Turkey, House Smoked Brisket with Bourbon Coffee Glaze, Roasted Fingerling Potatoes,…

Happy Anniversary! | Classic Catering turns 22

Classic Catering celebrates 22nd anniversary

We are celebrating 22 delicious years this month!  For over two decades, we have catered countless business lunches, weddings, corporate events, holiday parties, Bat Mitzvahs, and more. Thank you to all of our customers for continuing to choose Classic Catering to help you build culinary memories with your family, friends, and co-workers. Our success is…

Classic Catering Named “The Knot Best of Weddings 2014 Pick”

Classic Catering Named “The Knot Best of Weddings 2014 Pick”

We are pleased to announce Classic Catering was named “The Knot Best of Weddings Pick” for the second year in a row! A huge THANK YOU to all of our brides and grooms who chose Classic Catering to help celebrate your special day, and for sharing your Classic Experience with others.  The Knot Best of Weddings is…

Gingerbread House Farm

Chef Lispeth working on the gingerbread house farm

Tis the season to be jolly, and to get creative with your food. Gingerbread houses come in all shapes and sizes. For Chef Lispeth, it emerged in the form a farm. Building materials include lasagna barn roof, chocolate and rice crispy treat silo, frosted shredded wheat cereal hay bales, strawberry wafer cookie picnic table, fondant…

Classic Catering’s Herb Garden: Toy Box to Plate

Toybox turned into an herb garden

Home herb gardens have become increasingly popular with the rise in organic and clean eating. What better way to be certain of where your food is coming from, than to grow your own garden with fresh herbs on hand. But, where to start? Proprietor Doug Partridge, jumped on an opportunity that arose earlier this year….

Contest: Mention Your Favorite Classic Catering Dish

June Special

***** Contest Rules Update 6.7.13 FACEBOOK – Mention your favorite Classic Catering dish on our Facebook page, by posting on our wall or in a comment. TWITTER – Tweet your favorite Classic Catering dish, and mention Classic Catering by typing @ClassicCatering to tag us. *****   Been dreaming about your favorite Classic Catering dish? We…

Classic Catering’s April Tasting 2013

Shrimp and grits

Classic Catering hosted another successful Tasting event last Thursday. Brides and Grooms, along with friends and family were welcomed into Classic’s kitchen for an evening of tasting and mingling. Guests were greeted with cocktails, including a Blushing Pomegranate Champagne. Then, they were ushered into the kitchen for a variety of Classic Favorites, along with some special dishes prepared…

Sweet Wedding Alternatives

Classic Catering Desserts

The beloved traditional wedding cake is starting to see some competition, as brides are coming up with creative alternatives (or complements). The bride/groom debate of cake flavor has now expanded to type and presentation of dessert.  Here is a round up of some popular wedding dessert table ideas for 2013. Cupcake Cake Making it a popular…

Classic is Green

Recycle Symbol with Earth in the Middle

In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day weekend, here is an exclusive look into part of Classic Catering’s green efforts, led by our kitchen manager, Kori Martin. “By recycling, we have significantly reduced the amount of trash that goes to the dumpster”, says Martin. Anything is game for the recycle bins: Plastics, aluminum, cardboard, and paper….