Hello October

Warm and cozy, lots of pumpkin spice and a touch of health and wellness. That’s what our October is made of! Our Fall months are also filled with new menus ideas, festive celebrations and seasonal inspirations for the holidays. Next week, in honor of the new month, we are introducing our Autumnal Drop Off menus to make the planning of your October corporate events and intimate house parties that much easier.

PROST! When we think of October, we think of German potato pancakes with cinnamon applesauce, hearty slices of meat, salted pretzels with a dark beer mustard and a tall glass of Oktoberfest beer. Our Creative Culinary Director curated a menu inspired by Oktoberfest and all the delicious maple smothered meats and pastries it’s known for. Three new lunch boxes have been added as well as a few breakfast specials and accompaniments that are both gluten and vegetarian keeping all of your guest’s dietary needs in mind.

Halloween inspired menu items have been added as well. And it’s more than a bag full of candy! Fluffy pumpkin pancakes, freshly baked pumpkin scones, ginger spiced breakfast pastries and three new limited edition lunch box flavors are making their debut. Our current favorite, the roasted squash, apple and brie with a savory cherry jam. Nothing spooky about it.

Throwing a seated dinner party at your home or a casual cocktail party in your office? We have a new Fall Events menu for that as well. You invite your guests and we’ll do the cooking. Our Fall dinner party menu keeps the warm and cozy feel in mind. The entree duet includes braised short ribs and roasted herb infused chicken drizzled with a fall port chutney. For your vegetarian guests, offer them the squash stuffed with quinoa and goat cheese. It won’t disappoint. We are also thrilled to offer savory and sweet snack boards for your office to graze on throughout the day.

Email us today at info@entertainingcompany.com to start planning your next Fall inspired drop off lunch, casual office party or an upscale dinner party. This seasonal menu won’t last long so plan something quick before we roll into the chaos of the holidays.

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