Take a traditional Mexican Horchata and make it your own using brown rice and almond milk. The result is a creamy, not-too-sweet, plant-based toddy with a touch of vanilla fizz and Mexican chocolate.
Take a traditional Mojito “next-level” by adding creamy avocado to the mix. Muddle some fresh mint and top it off with lime sparkling water. Your patrons are going to love this non-alcoholic option.
An updated version of a great “old” standby. Made with sweet, dark cherries, dried hibiscus flowers, piping-hot barley tea, orange bitters and non-alcoholic whiskey.
You’ve never thought about pairing whole blueberries and grated ginger in a hot beverage? This mocktail will have you rethinking. With green tea, non-alcoholic whiskey and fresh mint, it’s a welcome addition to any seasonal menu.
Chillier weather calls for a hearty, flavor-packed soup and this Thai-inspired dish is just the ticket. With a coconut curry broth, tender chicken, red quinoa, vegetables and just the right amount of heat, your patrons are going to love it.
Are you looking for something unique to add to your winter soup line-up? What about your dessert menu? This warm, creamy soup with a slight hint of nutty sweetness and cinnamon is worthy of a spot in either place.
Inspired by the ever-popular Mexican street corn dish—this creamy, satisfying soup is loaded with roasted corn, a touch of jalapeño, fresh cilantro and topped with Cotija cheese. It's the perfect lunch for a chilly day.
Carrot soup, you ask? And we say—yes! A silky carrot purée and vegetable broth base with the added brightness of citrus, topped with a creamy avocado crema and roasted pepitas. So simple, yet so delicious.
Tender corn fritters served with a house-made pickled corn and jalapeño blend and garnished with avocado crema. A small-plate starter or side with a big flavorful punch!
With house-made pickled peaches, prosciutto, golden beets, ricotta, fresh arugula and a punchy sherry vinaigrette—this rustic entrée salad looks like summer yet fits perfectly on your autumn menus.
Ever thought of topping a plate of Sidewinders™ fries with tender sautéed shrimp, kimchi, and a spicy Sriracha-avocado sauce? Go ahead and claim this loaded fry dish as your own, we’ll never tell.
What do you serve these pickled veggies with? Inspired by Tartine Bakery’s famous recipe—tangy, mildly sweet with fresh ginger and garlic, and just the right amount of Serrano heat—might we suggest just about everything?
This delicious collection of Asian-inspired appetizers and house-made sauces offers a little something for everyone. Serve it family-style on a platter or box it up as a meal kit for your takeout and catering menus.
Why not let them eat dessert first? And give them oodles of options to choose from. Better yet, make this tasty collection ready to travel as a meal kit option for your takeout, catering and delivery customers.
Pull together all the tasty fixins’ for a tailgate party spread to go. Game day has never been so easy!
Perfect for any gathering or hungry crowd, this collection includes several traditional mezze appetizers, pita bread, olives, tomatoes, and dips that can be combined any-which-way. It’s easy to assemble and it travels exceptionally well.
If you've ever considered adding a catering program to your existing business, you know that it presents some challenges. Start small and build from there—it could really boost your bottom line.
Some patrons are becoming more intentional with their alcohol consumption. But these “sober curious” consumers still enjoy the experience of ordering a thoughtfully crafted beverage without the side effects of alcohol. Do you have options for them?
Are you planning to feature soup on your menu this fall? It's a great way to show some creativity with flavors and ingredients—and customers love a big bowl of piping hot, housemade soup.
Do you have any pickled or fermented items on your menu? If not, it might be time to reconsider. These items add flavor, reduce waste, and can even boost your bottom line.
Consumers are ordering more catering than ever. We highlight some strategies and products to help you get the most out of your catered menu items.