Creativity

Endlessly Designing New Catering Concepts and Flavors in an effort to keep customers asking for more.

Flexibility

At Chef's Table Catering what you want is what we will provide and if your not sure what you want we will provide the creative ideas to ensure your event is a success.

Consistency

Successfully catering both corporate and private events since 1984. You can be confident that the quality of food, the timeliness of the delivery and the highest level of service is ensured.

Blog Archives

A Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

A sweet, creamy soup to serve chilled all summer James Beard Award-winning chef and all-around food hero Hugh Acheson’s new cookbook, The Broad Fork, is inspired by the questions asked at farmers’ markets. Acheson demystifies varietals and underused veggies with in-depth analyses, seasonal recipes and other forms of fruit- and vegetable-forward culinary encouragement. So why

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A Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Tangy, rich and pungent: Do that blue cheese rightYou love blue cheese, and if you don’t, you do and you just don’t know it yet. Whether you’re grabbing the Gorgonzola, reaching for Roquefort or tagging Maytag on Facebook (don’t laugh, we’ve done this), there’s a blue cheese recipe for you. Beginner? Start with Cheezy Bits

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A Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Tangy, rich and pungent: Do that blue cheese rightYou love blue cheese, and if you don’t, you do and you just don’t know it yet. Whether you’re grabbing the Gorgonzola, reaching for Roquefort or tagging Maytag on Facebook (don’t laugh, we’ve done this), there’s a blue cheese recipe for you. Beginner? Start with Cheezy Bits

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A Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Noodles, fish and veggies with a saucy kickYou may have a sticky bottle of Kikkoman in the fridge, or just a few packets left over from a recent Chinese delivery order, but perhaps you’re such a soy-sauce enthusiast that you’ve gotten your hands on some small-batch soy sauce, aged in repurposed oak bourbon barrels. Upgrade

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A Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Grab some milk for chocolate-chip gluten-free goldIt’s hard to ignore the rise of Cup4Cup, the magic gluten-free all-purpose flour developed by French Laundry culinary wizard Lena Kwak, when it’s dredging the likes of Ad Hoc fried chicken and yielding cookies dubbed “Best in New York City.” Danny Meyer’s Untitled at the Whitney, museum restaurant of

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