Introduction to Catering: Ingredients for Success

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Cengage Learning, 2001 - 398 halaman
This practical, hands-on book is written by three food service professionals who share their secrets to successful catering. The authors emphasize the importance of becoming an efficient and effective caterer. They share the tips and tricks that distinguish the novice from the professional caterer. This book includes informative anecdotes and vignettes that enable readers to learn from the mistakes of others. This valuable resource is an important tool that caterers will want to keep handy for easy reference.
 

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t is Catering?
1
OffPremise Catering
10
Questions Caterers Need to Ask
16
Why Clients Decide on a Caterer
22
Types of Catering
36
Summary
44
Choosing Your Client
67
Never Stop Learning
81
Chapter 14
209
Chapter g Equipment
219
Implementing
241
Controlling
281
Understanding Insurance
311
Emerging Benchmarks
345
Conclusion
351
for Interested Caterers
373

Summary
88
Management Function
109
chapter? OperationsExecution of Tasks
161
Organizing the Event
189
Glossary
380
Index
389
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Dr. Stephen B. Shiring, Sr., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Hospitality Management at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. His professional work experience includes catering, consulting food broker, and restaurant management. Integrating a unique service learning experiences into his classes, Dr. Shiring has taught 21 different hospitality management courses, including catering and special events, hospitality marketing, strategic planning, principles of management, cost management, fundraising for special events, introduction to casino, human resources management, food production, purchasing, introduction to hospitality, and hospitality business model. Both an academic and internship adviser, he is the IUP faculty representative to the Walt Disney World College Program. He served as chairperson of the Department of Hospitality Management for seven years and is a member of the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education as well as serves on advisory committees representing both community colleges and vocational-technical high schools. In addition, he volunteers as a subject specialist for the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Education, serving as an on-site evaluator for Hospitality & Tourism Management Programs seeking accreditation. Dr. Shiring's numerous awards include the IUP African American Cultural Center's Award of Recognition. He received his doctorate degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

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