Dinner is served, but what utensil are you using to dish it out?
As every good chef knows, presentation is half the battle. And part of nailing that when serving buffet or family style is choosing the right serving spoon. Here’s a little refresher on which spoon is right for the job:
|Solid Serving Spoon||Any spoon larger than an average tablespoon, which can be used to serve everything from mashed potatoes to nuts|
|Slotted Spoon||Slots allow liquid to drain, which can be particularly useful when you want to grab veggies or meat from a stew but not the broth|
|Sugar Spoon||A small spoon with a flower-shaped round cup, often used to take sugar from a sugar bowl or tea set|
|Small Ladle, up to 6” long||Typically used for condiments or a modest amount of sauce, like mayonnaise or mustard|
|Cream Sauce Ladle, 6.5-7” long||Accommodates a larger serving of sauce, such as hollandaise or béarnaise|
|Gravy Ladle, 7-7.5” long||For a generous portion of sauce or gravy, often used in catering|
|Punch or Soup Ladle, 9” or more long||Serves exactly what the name says and holds about 3 oz. of liquid|
TIS THE SEASON FOR CATERING
Elevate your buffet service.
You already know United Trimen has you covered on chafing dishes and fuel. But if you’re wanting to improve the setup of your buffet before the holiday parties start, look no further! We are now offering buffet risers from American Metalcraft, in substrates like bamboo, acrylic, and metal, to step up your catering service.
- Chafing fuel
- Chafing dishes
- Buffet Risers
KEEP THE FLAME ALIVE
All the ambiance, none of the fire hazard.
It’s a bummer when all of your candles burn out halfway through dinner service. But with Sterno’s flameless rechargeable candles, you’ll never have to worry about that again. And unlike battery-operated candles, these can be recharged on a charging tray and used again and again, reducing your waste.