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Discussion in 'Professional Catering' started by nicko, Apr 26, 2015.
Wondering if there are any book recommendations for catering from the community?
Not really catering focused but take a look at "the one minute manager"
I am not trying to be a smartie pants but whenever I need to learn something that I know NOTHING about (like knitting) I reach for the "Idiots" line of manuals.
So here is a link to the book on Amazon plus a few other likely candidates.
http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=n:283155,k:catering for dummies
Hope the link will be even a little helpful....
@Lagom that is a good book. Lately we have had a revival in catering discussions and it got me wondering if there are any good books out there. I would like to add them to the ChefTalk database as a resource for people. Here are a few I know of.
The Professional Caterer's Handbook: How to Open and Operate a Financially Successful Catering Busin
The Food Service Professional Guide to Successful Catering: Managing the Catering Opeation for Maxim
Catering Solutions: For the Culinary Student, Foodservice Operator, and Caterer
Ceserani and Kinton's the Theory of Catering
How to Start a Home-Based Catering Business, 6th: *Become the top caterer in your area *Organize men
It is a bit antiquated but I suggest the entire Professional Caterer's Series by Denis Ruffel and of course a Chef of any kind should always have a copy of Le Repertoire de la Cuisine on hand IMO.
I would also highly recommend the Lessons from Charlie Trotter series to any professional, not just caterers.