Butternut Squash

3 Best Autumn Squashes to Elevate your Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is almost here! Even if you aren’t planning to head out to be with family and friends this year, you can make a fantastic Thanksgiving dinner at home. Roast these lovely autumn squashes for a special occasion, or just make them part of your autumnal family dinner. We go over our favorite autumn squashes and how to roast them to perfection.

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8 Fun fall Wedding Food Bars

8 Fun Fall Wedding Food Bars

Wedding food bars or fix-it-yourself bars are all the rage right now and for good reason. They allow your wedding guests to show their creativity and customize their food. Plus, they’re just fun! Fall and winter in particular lend themselves to food bars, and there are tons of seasonal options available that can add another layer of atmosphere to your wedding. 

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Breaking Down the Cost of Catering

Unfortunately, some businesses are more prone to scrutiny when it comes to their pricing than others. You wouldn’t, for example, dissect your accountant’s fees or ask your hair stylist to explain which part of her rate accounts for supplies vs. expertise. 

When it comes to catering and because everyone can, arguably, cook in some capacity or another, caterers often get pushback in the form of “That’s what a salad costs! I could make that at home for five bucks.” Well, that may be, but more likely than not, this kind of customer is missing some key information. 

So, we’re here to set the record straight and provide a quick and general breakdown on the cost of catering.

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What to Ask Before Booking a Wedding Caterer

When you’re in the throes of planning a wedding, it’s totally normal to feel overwhelmed by questions, details, and decisions. There are countless considerations for your big day, especially if you find yourself struggling to satisfy picky in-laws or pushy parents. 

While we can’t hold your hand through each step of the journey to your the wedding of your dreams, we can help you prepare for one very important conversation: the one you’ll have before booking your wedding caterer. Asking the right questions will help you arrive at smarter decisions and clarify expectations well before the RSVPs start piling up. 

Read on for a few morsels of wisdom when it comes to booking your wedding caterer. 

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Caroline's Fine Food Team

Steps we’re taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Dear Friends and Clients of Caroline’s Fine Food,

We at Caroline’s have always adhered to very strict guidelines as concerns health and food safety. That said, due to the Covid-19 Virus, many of you may be concerned about how this affects how we are increasing our vigilance in accordance with the recommendations of the CDC and WHO. We want to assure you that on top of already maintaining best practices, we will be:

  • Changing our Sanitizing stations at least once an hour
  • Using food grade sanitizer to wipe down every surface at each stage of food preparation
  • Using gloves, tongs, and other barriers at each stage of food preparation
  • In our Cafe, every surface will be wiped down with food grade sanitizer after every contact/interaction- this includes tables, chairs, countertops, door knobs/handles, lavatory surfaces, etc.
  • All food will be served on disposables and can be boxed separately to avoid cross-contamination

Your health, well-being and safety is our utmost concern. We appreciate your continued support, and consider you part of the family. Together we will get through this!

Caroline, Christina, AJ and Alex
the Team at Caroline’s

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Caroline’s Caters the First Official Tahilla Gathering

Caroline’s Fine Food recently had the pleasure of catering a women’s retreat. Ten women were in attendance at the October 2019 women’s retreat, which took place at Tahilla Farm in Peterborough, NH, gathered and set up by Third Act Quest. These ten women, who were all friends, old and new, took place in the retreat to help guide them into the “third act” of their lives.

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