We didn’t always want to know who prepared our food and how, but times have changed. [...] Read more
The downtown Phoenix hotel added the machine to supplement the property’s rooftop herb garden. [...] Read more
What your attendees eat has a huge impact on how they feel, think and function. Give them what they need to perform their best. [...] Read more
A Q&A session from our Aug. 7 webinar with Tahira Endean and Andrea Sullivan. [...] Read more
Foodies have been signaling the end of the cupcake era, but some aren’t so quick to call it quits on the paper-cup favorites. [...] Read more
Food trucks are one of the hottest trends in F&B, but pick the wrong one and you’ll hear about it for weeks. Follow these five steps to find the right food truck for your event. [...] Read more
Get your event started off right with a stellar breakfast. Here are the rules:
Eggs and bacon are menu-musts. People want protein before a meeting.
When serving fruit, request mostly berries. Ask the chef not to include cantaloupe or honeydew; they are often the fruits left on the platter.
Croissants rarely are eaten. Ask for breakfast breads that have a seasonal or coffee-shop feel to them.
When offering both sausage or bacon, try to make sure both aren’t pork. [...] Read more