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Feasty Food


‘19 Certificate of Excellence

Take the stress away from your event, training workshop, meeting or party. Knowing that the catering is all in hand, gives you more time to relax and concentrate on the things that are important to you, be that impressing a business partner, or enjoying time with your friends and family. Feasty Food is different; it is niche catering with a focus on providing food that is of nutritional value. Using only fresh and locally sourced ingredients everything is freshly prepared by hand. This means that you will know exactly what is in the food that you are eating and any special dietary requirements can easily be catered for.

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What’s your signature dish?

I love making all types of food, but I particularly like a the challenge of having to cater for a specific need. I have many great dishes that are gluten free, including a chocolate almond cake, a chocolate berry pot and a smoked mackerel quiche.
If health and diet aren't something that are a particular need of the client then I love to make jellies and mint chocolate mousse.
I get a lot of pleasure out of making great dressings that really make salad interesting and personally I love a great tabbouleh as it goes with anything.

How do you go about creating the perfect menu for your clients?

Once I have been contacted I like to meet up with, or at the very least, have a phone discussion with the customer to discuss what their favourite foods are and what they are looking for in their menu. Also, budget is a consideration and I will work hard to produce quality that falls well within budget. I like to keep in touch with the customer to make sure that I have a complete grasp of their expectation and I strongly believe that open communication means that we get everything right.

What do you love most about your job?

I love meeting new people and working with them to make their event a success. I love eating good food and of course, I have to sample all my cooking to make sure that it tastes good!

What inspired you to start your own business?

I qualified as a Nurse in 1996 and joined the Army 2 years later, so I have always had an interest in good health and the impact that diet can have on this. I left the Army after 19 years and wanted to do something that was a different challenge and the idea of running my own business entered my head. I had initially gone to catering college and so have always had a love of food and cooking. I have loved catering for family events and appreciate how stressful that can be and how much it can take you away from the fun. Feasty Food came into being to remove that stress for people and to give them back the time to enjoy and participate in their event.

Why should our clients choose you?

I have an appreciation of good food and an understanding of nutrition and how the two can work together. I have a family of my own and so understand that parties and events can be challenging, and I can help with that. I can cater for any unusual dietary needs and still produce food that is delicious. For those clients that are not concerned about nutrition I can produce a menu that uses a variety of ingredients that meets their foodie needs.
My professional background means that I have an open style and I will readily communicate and discuss progress with you. I can also advise on what might work better, but I will also be led by the customers wishes.

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Your expert caterer will be able to advise you on the most suitable menus and service.

It is important to know the following before deciding on a catering company:

  • Event Specialists - Many caterers handle certain types of events on a regular basis, such as weddings and corporate events.

  • Different cuisines - Caterers might specialise in different kinds of cuisine. Some caterers may provide a fine dining experience while others excel at barbecues that suit company picnics.

  • Special requirements - If you have special requirements for the food or a specific menu in mind make sure your caterer is happy to meet those requirements.

  • Venue - Your gathering might be taking place at someone’s home, a venue or outdoors. It can be helpful if your caterer has worked at the venue before.

  • Tastings - Ask for a tasting to make sure the food is of a high standard. Most caterers will prepare one for you at no charge, allowing you to assess the quality of their cooking before you hire them.

You could look for caterers with a foundation degree, higher national diploma or degree in Professional Cookery and Culinary Arts.

Before you choose a caterer, you could read testimonials and see pictures of their food on their website.

You could also look at their profile page on Bark and read reviews from past customers, too.

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