The Spread by Chef Fresh

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Current Rank: 149 (Food & Drink)
Site Description: With a fresh outlook on the industry, I want to innovate the way we look at catering with my various event theme ideas, food spreads, and unique catering services.
Date Joined: Mar 26, 2012

Tags: Food, Weddings, Events, Tips, Food Catering

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Christmas Meals All Year Round
on Feb 6, 2013 in Uncategorized We’ve bid the lights, carols and Santa goodbye for now, but that doesn’t mean we should forget about the holiday flavors the rest of the year. By trading several ingredients here and there, every meal can still bring that Christmas spirit in a si...

Tips on Growing Your Own Herbs
on Jan 30, 2013 in Outdoor Events   Image Courtesy of Are you bored? Why not plant yourself a leafy surprise and start growing your own herb garden at home. Yes, I’m talking about herbs! Growing your own herbs indoors can be such a rewarding experience...

Perk Up Your Day with A Filipino Breakfast with a Twist
on Jan 22, 2013 in Food Food Tips Photo by Pixeleden, Flicker Breakfast, in all its humble splendor, is my favorite meal of the day. I make it a point to never miss this meal. It perks me up and puts me in the right mood for a busy day ahead! The fragrance of brewing coffee, the smel...

Meet Your Matcha Green Tea with 4 Easy Recipes
on Jan 16, 2013 in Uncategorized photo credit: Renée S. via photopin cc Natural, organic and an antioxidant, it’s easy to see why many have been raving about green tea nowadays. But do you know which kind of green tea would benefit your health the most? A shield from nasty free r...

Tips on Organizing a Debut Party
on Nov 2, 2012 in Outdoor Events  photo credit: NYLO Dallas/Las Colinas via photopin cc For some parents, it is more costly to have daughters than to have sons. One reason for this is because unlike men, we spend almost half of our life planning and working on our dream DEBUTS and...

The Vivid Spectrum of Filipino Desserts
on Oct 31, 2012 in Food Food Tips Having been exposed to American and European styles of cooking, I have learned how to appreciate all sorts of Western pastries and desserts. However, despite being exposed to these foreign culinary cultures, I cannot deny the fact that I am still and...

‘Tis the Season for Filipino Christmas Delicacies!
on Oct 28, 2012 in Food Food Tips   The holidays are almost here, and that means we’ve all got a lot of things to look forward to – decor, caroling, gifts, reunions, and simbang gabi! Simbang gabi, as well as the Christmas season, will never be complete without the traditional F...

Baking vs. Cooking: Which One Reigns Supreme?
on Sep 23, 2012 in Uncategorized Photo Credit: Suviko via photopin cc Since the time culinary arts and pastry arts became legitimate art forms, there has been constant debate between culinary chefs and pastry chefs as to who is the true master of the kitchen. The battle between baki...

Table Setup Essentials
on Sep 21, 2012 in Uncategorized Photo Credit: atmtx via photopin cc When planning events on our own, there are times when we fail to give attention to our table setups. Some people are happy with draping a white cloth over their monobloc tables to suit their equally unremarkable ch...

Of Tiramisus, Cheesecakes and Other Cheese Desserts
on Sep 19, 2012 in Uncategorized Culinary arts and pastry arts have evolved through time. As time passes by, we learn to explore the versatility of ingredients. Nowadays, we use sweet ingredients for savory dishes and use savory ingredients for sweet dishes. Ever heard of using rock...

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