Don’t get me wrong, I’m not big on chilled soups!  But I am a soup guy and our clients love our soups.  So, I started experimenting with the classic chilled soups…Gazpacho and Vichyssoise. For Gazpacho, I recall a most memorable version at Thomas Keller’s French Laundry in the Napa Valley.  It was impeccable and oh […]


a href=””>We got a call a few weeks ago from a Canadian gentleman to ask about Eat Me preparing Dinner for his group of 12 who were coming to Scottsdale for a 7 day golf vacation.  Unfortunately, the week he was interested in was already booked pretty heavily and we told him that.  But he […]


We’ve catered every aspect of Weddings, from Engagement Parties, to Bachelor & Bachelorette Parties, to Bridal Showers,  to Receptions at Brunch, Lunch, and Dinner.  But we’ve never done a Rehearsal Dinner until NOW!  The son of our friends Chris & Meg got married this past weekend in Phoenix and they hired us to do a […]


We were fortunate enough to have been selected to cater The Pomeroy Group’s 3 day meeting in Scottsdale.  We wanted to make sure to bring our A Game since they are a very successful Canadian Hospitality company.  Our menus for the 3 day meeting included: LUNCH DAY 1 Salad of mixed Organic field greens in […]


The best Pumpkin Soup I ever tasted was Paul Bocuse’s.  He layers French Gruyere and Heavy Cream inside a hollowed out 2 pound pumpkin, then bakes it for an hour.  It is incredible…silky and extremely rich.  But hollowing out those pumpkins is far too time consuming for a caterer who needs to end up with […]

An Authentic Chicago Favorite Comes to Arizona

Not everyone in Chicago really eats these deep dish pies weighing in at over 2 pounds.  But, I have to admit they taste great.  Light flaky butter-basted  crust filled with sliced fresh mozzarella cheese, sausage, spinach, pepperoni, you name it…topped with crushed San Marzano tomatoes and grated parmigiano and pecorino romano. When we moved to […]


My experience with Mac & Cheese began during my childhood.  Like most people in the 50’s that meant a box…we called it “Kraft’s Dinner”.  My appreciation for it comes straight from The South…local diners and Mom & Pop restaurants throughout the southern U.S..  My take on it begins with quality pasta, albeit elbow macaroni.  I […]


how to increase penis size a href=””>This is the bite-sized Eat Me version of the famous burger with all of those ingredients.  These tiny treats have got it all…Sesame seed bun, beef patty, shredded lettuce, cheese, pickle, diced onion, and a very special sauce! The sauce has a base of mayonnaise and ketchup with Vienna […]


No, not those addictive foil packets of candy I recall from my youth!  I’m talking about a perfect French-Style Raspberry Tart.   Erin scored a half flat of fresh Raspberries the other day.  There was some discussion of Raspberry Souffles.  But that image disappeared when she surprised me with this gem for our Sunday evening enjoyment.  […]