Your Personal Chef
Let me cook for your special occasion, so that you can enjoy the party!
I have catered parties from 2 to 175 in a variety of styles, from formal dinner served in courses, to casual, buffet-style fare. Additionally you can order dishes for parties you are hosting.
I would be pleased to set up a consultation to see if I am well-suited for your gathering. Please Send me a message via the Contact form.
Bridal shower for Emily: Midsummer afternoon Tea-Party in Fancy Hats.
(A garden party attended by 50)
Served on antique fine-china with silver plated flatware.
Pots of tea: Nilgiri, Hibiscus, Green and Mint
Cucumber-cream cheese, rye-bread mini-sandwiches
Olive and sun-dried tomato tapenade on sourdough
Fresh fruit plate: Cherries, raspberries, green-grapes, strawberries and blueberries
Mixed greens, pine-nuts and shaved parmesan salad with balsamic vinaigrette
Assorted mini pastries and tart platter.
Birthday party for Alessandra: A November dinner served in 5 courses
(A House-party attended by 20)
Sev-batata-puri: Crunchy puri filled with spiced potato, spouted mung, tamarind-date chutney and piquant coriander chutney.
Sodi: Shrimp and coconut milk curry flavored with fenugreek, lime and curry leaf.
Patra-nu-machi: Salmon smothered in coriander-coconut chutney, steamed in banana leaf.
Sweet-potatoes tempered with fennel-honey and lemon zest.
Flan: Goa-styled Caramel-custard made with local milk and eggs.
Berit and Jamie’s wedding rehearsal dinner: served family style in 3 courses.
(Dinner at Church attended by 70)
Peanut chaat: Peanuts spiced up with fresh tomato, onion, jalepeno, ginger, lime and cilantro.
Raita: Cucumbers dressed in a tart, yogurt and mint sauce.
Chole: Chick-peas coked in a tamarind-tomato broth spiced with cinnamon and garam spices.
Chicken Biryani: Buttered and spiced Himalayan Basmati layered with tender, spiced chicken, brista-fried onion and potatoes.
Mango lassi: Pureed mango and yogurt dessert-drink.
Graduation party for Enzo
(A backyard buffet attended by 175)
Bhel-puri: The famous Indian Street food made of varied textures and flavors.
Mamra: Spiced Puffed-rice
Sev: Spiced chick-pea-flour vermicelli, fried in mustard oil.
Chana: Salted chickpeas tossed with lime and sunflower-oil.
Batata: Salted potato cooked with tumeric.
Garnish: Chopped Green mango, ginger and onion.
Green Chutney: Fresh, tart, piquant coriander chutney with ginger and garlic.
Sweet and sour chutney: made with tamarind and dates.