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Nourish Now Needs Help!

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One of our favorite groups to collaborate with are the team at Nourish Now. Nourish Now is a non-profit food bank that specializes in food recovery. They receive donated food from catering companies, restaurants, grocery stores, markets, and big box…

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Katie’s Corner- Shakshuka

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Shakshuka, or Eggs in Hell, also known as Eggs in Purgatory, is a Mediterranean egg dish. Its origins can also be found in the Middle East and North Africa, and the Arabic word shakshouka means “a mixture.” The traditional dish…

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Questions For Your Caterer

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Finding a caterer is a very important aspect of any event. However, if you’ve never worked with a caterer, you may have no idea where to start when it comes to finding a great one. Also, be aware, not all…

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Wedding Planning Checklist

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For many, a wedding is the largest event they’ve had to plan. It can be overwhelming for brides or grooms to narrow down what they want their special day to be – and also easy to get lost in the…

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St. Patrick’s Day Colcannon

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With St. Patrick’s Day this weekend, we thought we’d highlight an Irish recipe that is simple enough for you to make at home for your own celebration! What is colcannon? Colcannon (/käl’ kanən/) is an Irish and Scottish dish of…

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Corned Beef and Cabbage Spring Rolls

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Chef Katie shares a creative way she likes to eat her corned beef and cabbage for St.Patrick’s Day: .5 lb finely chopped cooked corn beef (true story at home I just put it through the Kitchenaid meat grinder) 1/4 head…

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Venue Spotlight- Lodge at Little Seneca Creek

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The Lodge is one of three Montgomery Parks Event Centers in Montgomery County, MD. Seneca Lodge is managed by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission and is located in Camp Seneca Public Park. The Lodge is a handsome log…

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January Recap

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Our Top 9 from January: (rows from left to right) Tenderloin and colorful carrot bundles Caprese salad tasting spoons Two of our staff enjoying the plated meal they put together Shrimp and grits cups Marshmallow Challenge Teambuilding #eddiethewccservicedog comes for…

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