When you choose the food at the banquet, you must consider the various tastes of the guests, as well as the medical or self-careLimit your diet.The menu is reasonable in nutrition, rich in variety and balanced in nutrition, including appetizers, main courses, side dishes, desserts and drinks.Banquet food should be simple enough to be able to cook in large quantities and should be well maintained so that it can be done well in advance and kept warm without deterioration in taste, texture or appearance.These parts should be uniform for cost control, consistent presentation and guest satisfaction.Avoid spiced foods or unconventional options that most Banquet attendees may not be familiar.Choosing raw vegetables, salads and soups is a great way to start your meal and may satisfy most guests.Including a choice of thick noodles for one or two dipping sauces, basic green salad, simple spinach salad, light soup such as vegetables in chicken soup and harder food, cream soup, such as mushroom cream or broccoli cream.The choice of salad dressing and roll is provided to match the first dish.This dish is more challenging and usually includes meat, poultry, fish or seafood and meat-free dishes.Roast beef or pork with boneless chicken breast, grilled fish or shellfish, vegetarian stirStir-fried or meatless casserole offers a range of entrees that suit the needs of most diners.Sauces or gravy are usually served as an optional side dish for meat and poultry entrees, served with dishes or side dishes.Traditional side dishes include vegetables and starch.For vegetables, it is best to stick to the standard favorites such as green beans, peas, broccoli and corn.Starch may be more creative but should include rice, seasoned pasta, mashed potatoes or baked potatoes.Desserts at banquets usually include fruit.based, cream-Choice of chocolate.Fruit Pie or cobbler, cheesecake, chocolate cake or brownie cake is the first choice for Banquet Desserts.Avoid ice cream desserts or other frozen mixes that require special storage and processing and consume them in a timely manner.Each guest should have a water cup that is refilled frequently.Hot tea or iced tea, freshly ground coffee and soft drinks are served as a choice of beverages during and after meals.Some parties include wine, beer and mixed drinks.
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