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Savory Cuisines Head Chef and Owner, Bob Sargent, appeared on TV today on Colorado's Best to debut his new restaurant, The Ghost BBQ & Spirits and to share a delicious recipe. Chef Bob prepared Brisket Benedict with a creamy Hollandaise sauce for Colorado's Best hosts Paula Haddock Adams and Joana Canals....

At Savory Cuisines, our holiday schedule is full of winter weddings, company Christmas parties, intimate holiday gatherings, and other festivities. Be sure to contact us soon to book your upcoming holiday catering needs! Wishing everyone the best for the closing of 2014 and happy tidings for 2015!   ABOUT SAVORY...

Getting married in Colorado is something special! Our amazing scenery and beautiful weather means that our natural surroundings make the perfect venue for just about any kind of wedding theme, but for me weddings with a little extra Rocky Mountain flare are the best. Here's...

Okay so I know arugula is a spring and summer green, but I particularly love its versatility and the wonderful ways it can enhance a huge variety of fall dishes. Since your local grocer carries this amazing leafy green no matter the season, well usually,...

Fall wedding season is upon us and I for one could not be more excited!  I think most brides know right off the bat what season they want to get married in.  For some, time might be a factor, but for most fall or winter...

The incredible edible salad has changed significantly over the years from your traditional iceberg lettuce, Roma tomatoes, sliced cucumbers and boring stale croutons with ranch. Today salads are something to get excited about in the food industry! Salads can be light and crisp, but they...

There is no one else in this world who will want to do more for you than a friend, right? So, why not try to make a friend around every corner?  The idea of building relationships is a new marketing technique that many different industries...

The first rule of event planning is to know your budget. Unless money is no option, which is true for some fortunate brides and grooms, this golden rule is the most important part of the wedding planning process. With that being said and even if...

The catering industry is often perceived as luxurious and extravagant by many people.  This is primarily because everyone loves an event!  For those outside the industry it is usually all about the glamorous aspects like weddings, holiday parties, and high class service.  But, for people...

The highly anticipated springs/summer 2013 wedding season is finally upon us! For catering companies and other wedding vendors this means the start of 18 hour work days and 7 day work weeks, but for brides and grooms this means the biggest moment in their lives...