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Catering Trends 2010

18 Февраль 2010 Mariya Нет комментариев

Сatersource Magazine, the top catering industry magazine, recently published their Trends 2010 issue filled with wonderful menu inspiration, decor themes, and insider ideas.

Several 2009 trends remain HOT for 2010 but with a twist:

1. Sliders– a mainstay at not just catered functions, but now at every corner restaurant, sliders are a national hit.  But, for the 2010 bride, ask your caterer to morph up the ingredients for a new take on the trend.  It’s not just about beef and cheese anymore, but rather ethnic flavors like Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwiches, or Southern treats like Barbecued Pulled Pork, or even seafood delicacies like Crabcakes between the buns.

2. Green influences– “emphasis on the environment is no longer a novelty, but an integral part of today’s catering,” writes Linda Picone, and it has been a building trend over the past several years.  From green decor influences, to products that are earth friendly or eco-disposable, and foods that are sustainable and organic, this is a trend that I hope never wains.

3. Stations– though again, action stations have been a trend for several years on the West Coast and took a little longer to travel to the East Coast, they are still a hot comodity at any event.  Essentially taking the traditional buffet and separating out and building upon the food concepts, this trend is FUN and delicious for any event from rehearsal dinners to wedding receptions.  Interaction between the guests and the chef attendants while food is being prepared is the key to success with this format.  Additionally, forming a synergy between the station menus and the event theme is a plus!

4.  “Less is More” for Decor– as budgets have tightened across the US during the recession, savy hosts have found ways for their decor to do double duty, or have downsized that portion of the function with well placed elements so that they can focus more funds on the food and beverage portion of their event.  For 2010 this trend will be further implemented through the use of “living” decor.  Herbs in florals and as station decor is a sizzling trend that also reflects an interest in the environment.  Many caterers suggest to their 2010 clients to opt for basic table linens in neutral shades as they are more cost effective than specialty linens, but can be a wonderful base for the addition of color through seasonal florals, specialty lighting, or live plants.

That covers some of the most rooted trends from 2009 sticking around for 2010 with a twist.  Stay tuned for my next post on the upcoming new catering trends for 2010.

Hotel and Catering Show

When it comes to the finest in food, hospitality and catering products and services, nothing will be left off the menu when the doors to the 2010 Hotel and Catering Show

When: March 16th – March 17

Where: Bournemouth International Centre

When it comes to the finest in food, hospitality and catering products and services, nothing will be left off the menu when the doors to the 2010 Hotel and Catering Show.

The largest hospitality and catering industry event staged on the south coast, the Hotel and Catering Show will fill the entire venue with hundreds of exhibitors showcasing the latest food, beverages, equipment and services to an anticipated 3,000 trade buyers.

Visitors will be able to see the very best in products and business solutions from leading brands such as Essential Cuisine, Nestle Professional, Delice de France, Hildon Mineral Water and Coastline Produce as well as local brands including Dorset Piddle Brewery, Blackacre Farm Eggs, Jessica’s Farmhouse Cakes and Otter Brewery. Attendees will also be able to tap into fresh ideas for food, beverages and hospitality and explore the latest in technology, equipment and services.

Anna Wallis, show organiser, says: “The economy continues to represent challenges to the hospitality industry and there has never been a better time for hoteliers, restaurateurs, chefs and caterers to visit the largest hospitality event on the south coast. With advice and ideas being provided from exhibitors as well as a variety of cookery demonstrations and stands full of produce and products, it is also hoped that the show will provide inspiration to those visitors who work and aspire to work within the hospitality industry.”

For further information on visiting the Hotel and Catering Show, please contact Anna Wallis on 01425 485040 or visit www.hotel-expo.co.uk to pre-register.

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