Communicate with Food

Believe it or not, food is a form of communication.

 

What do you think is communicated by serving:

Kraft Macoroni and Cheese
Either a fun meal for a 4 yr old or, “I’m really not in the mood to cook tonight”
Filet Mignon and Lobster tail with mushroom veal reduction sauce
“This restaurant is committed to good quality and great food” or “Whoever cooked this put a lot of effort and time into it”

Whatever your event may be, Savory communicates a high standard of professionalism, customers are valuable and appreciated, and high-quality food with every delicious mouthful.

Appreciation Luncheon

Recently, Nebo School District put on an appreciation dinner for their secretaries and office staff to celebrate “Administrative Professionals Day”. This is an annual event recognizing the hard work done by each employee in keeping the school organized and running. In addition, they recognized the efforts in those who were retiring at the end of the school year.

What would have been communicated if the district had served limp and soggy ham and cheese sandwiches? Tasteless pasta salad? Limp and yellowing “green” salad with an overload of ranch dressing? Certainly not that every employee was appreciated and valued.

Good thing the district contacted us to cater their luncheon! We offered them a satisfying lunch option without breaking the budget! We served handmade focaccia bread sandwiches with turkey, muenster cheese, southwestern sauce and crunchy lettuce, a fresh green salad with crisp romaine and red leaf lettuce with mandarin oranges, bleu cheese and our original orange mango dressing, and our rich Rocky Road brownies.

 

 

Christine, the event planner of the luncheon, said, “We have had wonderful feedback about the food & it’s freshness- it was just delightful! Thanks so much.

 

Communicate professionalism, fine cuisine, sincere appreciation, and a delicious meal catered by Savory!

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