Brûlée Catering recently made an appearance at the Main Line Mitzvah Expo and gave a taste of some of our favorite sweets.
Paint cans full of pudding and icing-dipped marshmallows are just a couple of the whimsical desert options for your next Bar/Bat Mitzvah. There is a wide variety of sweets to choose from, all unique in their own ways.
Presentation is key. Not only does Brûlée Catering offer delicious food, but also a display that will bring your vision to life. Flowers brighten up an already colorful set-up.
The dessert at your next Mitzvah will be organized and easy to distribute. Everything has easily decipherable labels and there are enough items to satisfy the party’s collective sweet tooth.
Editor’s Note: This recipe may look a bit daunting at first look – but don’t let that deter you. This is SINFULLY delicious. Forget Saint Patrick’s day, we’re going to make this once a week for the rest of our lives.
With romance in the air and the desire to truly wow and impress your significant other resting solely on your shoulders, the last thing you want to do is to end the perfect evening with a dud of a dessert.
The typical go-to splurge on Valentine’s Day is usually chocolates and champagne, and of course the classic chocolate covered strawberry.
I wanted to put a completely different spin on these familiar favorites, so I created the Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cake. Make this dessert and surprise your better half, or for the truly adventurous, this rich cake can be made together for a unique bonding experience.
It’s winter here in Fairmount Park. It’s rare that a chef gets a kitchen with windows so it’s a nice bonus when your days can be 18 hours long, to be able to look out upon the world. From our kitchen at the Please Touch Museum we can at least see the changes in seasons as trees go from green to gold to bare. The seasons are important to me and the way I feel about food. Each season has its way of reaching some corner of memory or setting off a creative impulse. Winter to me speaks of hibernation, fireplaces, hearty stews, ridiculous sweaters and of course, soup.
This Butternut Squash Soup is a joy in its simplicity and its stick to your bones restorative properties. I have unabashedly stolen this recipe from my Sous Chef Jason and added a touch or two of my own. My holiday party guests this year can readily attest to this being a great winter soup.
As the exclusive caterer for the Masonic Temple, we find not many people know about this incredibly unique venue. So we were excited to see it so beautifully featured in the city’s most fashionable magazine.
The jewel tones in many of these gowns highlight the spectacular colors the Free Masons incorporated into their intricate architecture. Even if you don’t have an event coming up, you must take a tour of the Masonic Temple in person sometime.
“Chefs can be called upon to cook at official functions like a private dinner at the White House or a banquet collaborating with multiple chefs. When chefs travel abroad they can also be asked to do an event with the American embassy in that country.”
As he told the Inquirer, Chef Lacroix believes this opportunity to be “a chance to show the world how far American cuisine has evolved.”