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How to Spot and Avoid a Roach Coach

September 15, 2021|Categories: Food Trucks|

We’ve been in the business for quite a while, and we’ve learned what to watch out for after a while. Several food poisonings later, and a lot of experience under our belt taught us to avoid roach coaches.

A roach coach is what badly maintained and unsafe gastro trucks are called. Sometimes they’re called barf buggies. While it sounds funny, it’s […]

Catering for Quinceanera

September 15, 2021|Categories: Catering|

The traditional Hispanic Quinceanera event, celebrating your daughter’s fifteenth birthday, is often said to involve as much preparation and organizational skills as a wedding. Assuming you want it to be an outstanding success. Your daughter will be primarily concerned with choosing the most gorgeous Quinceanera dress for herself and beautiful Damas dresses for the girls in her Court. You, on […]

Exciting GastroTrucks to Discover in LA

September 15, 2021|Categories: Food Trucks|

Los Angeles is the pulsing center of the food truck scene, offering everything from traditional hot-dogs and burgers, to lobster, gourmet delights and increasingly popular vegan dishes. The Los Angeles food truck scene represents all cultures, with roaming gastrotrucks setting up in new spots you can track through social media or through their websites. Food trucks have become so ubiquitous to the […]

Dealing With Angry Customers

September 7, 2021|Categories: Catering|

There’s no going around it, when you’re in the hospitality business, you’re going to deal with lots of irate, irrational and very angry people.

Most of the day you’ll have mellow, friendly customers that are pleased with the meal and on their way, but once in a while you’ll get someone whose parents obviously haven’t spent enough time with them.

Here are […]

How to Cook a Live Lobster at Home

September 7, 2021|Categories: Catering|

Lobsters are the quintessential luxury food these days; once upon a time, they were used as fertilizer and considered a poor man’s meal. While they are pretty expensive in restaurants, preparing a lobster at home is not too far out of reach for an average American family. You’re most likely looking at a $30 price tag for a whole […]

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