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Bite-Sized Soirée: Breakfast Catering Toronto
A great idea for small intimate gatherings, late-night food station or early morning meetings, a mini brunch, breakfast catering Toronto.
Written by Rita Demontis, Toronto Sun
If you’re worried about the “same old same old” this holiday season, perhaps it’s time to think outside the giftbox – and plan brunch, instead of dinner.
Bite-size instead of full course.
So says Sebastien Centner, celebrated director of Toronto’ Eatertainment Special Events & Catering, whose party concepts have been featured all over the globe, and who has appeared frequently on such programs as ET Canada, CTV’s Canada AM.
Not to mention, he’s spearheaded such high profile events as the Toronto International Film Festival and for such figures as President Bill Clinton and Brad Pitt, to name a few.
An industry trendsetter, Centner suggests that you “mix things up a bit this holiday season with a bite-size brunch party that combines the comfort of brunch foods with the elegance and style of a cocktail party.”
Centner notes the hot food ideas include “quail eggs. They’re tiny and really look wonderful when poached or fried like regular eggs. Devilled eggs are making a big comeback – and consider pheasant again. It was so popular, and it seems to have gone by the wayside, but it’s a wonderful meat that taste fabulous and presents beautifully.”
The key here is to plan – and be part of the celebrations. “A great host is one who spends time with their guests. Prepare as much in advance and plan to have some items which are more labour intensive and some which are more ‘self-serve.’ The little things make all the difference. Find small touches to impress your guests and leave a lasting impression.”