Invoking the Five Senses for a Memorable Event: Elevating the sense of taste

  When it comes to the sense of taste at events, we often think of catering as the go-to solution. What if, we could do so much more with invoking the sense of taste to change the perception of events like yours and leave a tasteful impression on attendees even long after your event?     In crafting ideas on raising funds for exhibits at the Asian Civilisations Museum, Mei-yi Wee, who’s the Deputy Director of Philanthropy and Marketing, conceived AfterHours@ACM. It’s a lifestyle event series that pairs food with museum exhibits with the aim of attracting C-suite executives who may not otherwise perceive visiting a museum as their go-to form of after […]

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6 catering trends in 2017 – Canape selection on point

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Move over mini quiches, chocolate eclairs, and tuna sandwiches! These food selections have been overdone, and we are tired of seeing them being served at events. The importance of food at events cannot be underplayed; they serve to break the ice, offers the hosts an opportunity to delight their guests, and is one of the aspects of your event that will leave the guests either raving happily or madly!  We analyze the food scenes around the region and have identified 6 trends that will be picking up in 2017. Be among the first to showcase these at your events to stand out from the crowd. Add a new dimension   […]

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Food Factor: 6 Unconventional and Innovative Event Caterers

Food, it’s second to none in an average Singaporean’s list of priorities. Serve up good food at an event and it gets people talking. Serve up food that delivers unconventional and unique experiences? The next thing you know, pictures are up on every social media network. Food can be a powerful word-of-mouth medium that etches long-lasting memories of your event into your attendee’s minds. Here are 6 event caterers that made the unconventional and innovative cut: Meals on Wheels The food trucks are back with a modern edge! Back in the day, we could get wanton mee, ice kachang, rojak and more on a travelling cart. Now, meals on wheels […]

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The choicest beers from New York’s best nano breweries to serve at your next event

Every day the regression continues; our society spirals backwards away from the perfection of the recipes of mass produced foods. You are now, for instance, encouraged to make your own goldfish, a queer culinary act which embodies the contradiction of scorning these delicious, time tested mass produced snacks while at the same time doing them great honor by means of imitation. Despite its unsure goals, “handcrafted” seemed to be the the buzzword to end them all, having been forged from the embers of “all natural,” “organic” and “locally farmed.” Yet its evolution was imminent—and, so, what next? Today this blog boldly predicts the rise of the locally made, negligibly profitable […]

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