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Are You Looking for a Way to Escape This Winter Weather?

This snow is getting old. So is the ice, the wind, and the coldest temperatures on record. You have scooped the sidewalks, snow blowed the driveway, and scraped the windows of the car after work for days on end. When you walk in the house, however, you are going to leave winter behind you. This night, even as the snow continues to fall, you are planning for a barbecue dinner. Picking up several different items from a local barbecue catering, you are planning to have your family taste test some items that you are considering for this summer’s family reunion.
While you could wait until the weather is a little warmer, you decided that the food caterer offerings will help you forget the snow for a few hours and dream of the days this summer when the temperatures will be warmer and the days will be longer.

Catering Packages Offer a Number of Comfort Foods and Barbecue Specials

Although the winter may not be the most typical time to think about the barbecue food caterers offer, there certainly are many restaurants that offer this kind of fare year round. And while the average party size that a caterer has is between 100-250 people, there is really no barbecue party that is too small or too big. In fact, the global contract catering market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4% between the years of 2016 and 2021, according to recent industry analysis conducted by Azoth Analytics.

Whether you decide to serve barbecue meals to a group of high school graduates or you are planning a catering event for a wedding celebration, of course, it is important to remember that there are more things to budget for than the food. For example, as much as 20% to 25% of the average catering bill will be dedicated to alcohol if a party plan includes an open bar reception. The best planning, in fact, includes a well informed plan for a budget that will include all aspects of the party.

Even in the middle of winter, party planning is still a common part of many people’s celebrations. In fact, the barbecue industry will continue to see business heat up year-round, even in the coldest of months of the year, according to the 2017 consumer survey commissioned by the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association (HPBA). Whether you are trying to break the winter weather blues during this long, cold winter or you are looking for a plan for a celebration this summer, today may be the perfect day to get started. Food caterers are always willing to help you start the planning process, no matter the time of the year or the menu choices.

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