Want To Maximize Space At Your Wedding Banquet Facility? Use This Cake Centerpiece Trick

Posted on: 24 June 2015

Planning a wedding is hard work. You're likely seeking out the best decorations and the best banquet services you can find. If you would like a little more space in your banquet hall for dancing, mingling and all the other activities that go on at a wedding reception, you can save space by eliminating the cake table and using cakes as centerpieces. This guide explains how to do this while still taking part in the tradition of the bride and groom cutting the cake.
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Healthy Burger Toppings To Try This Summer

Posted on: 23 June 2015

One of the best parts about summer is biting down into a juicy burger, regardless of whether that burger came off your own grill or the grill at your favorite restaurant. Depending on the toppings that you put on your burger, however, it can easily tip the scale on the calorie count. If you want to enjoy a burger and feel good about it too, consider trying one of these tasty and healthy topping combinations:
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Own A Pizza Restaurant? Learn These Health Benefits Of Eating Pizza

Posted on: 23 June 2015

If you own a pizza restaurant you can boast that  it is one of America's favorite food. For this reason, you may already have a successful restaurant. Whether you do or not, you should learn that there are many health benefits of eating pizza that you may not be aware of. Below are some of these benefits, so you can tell your customers this information if they ask you. It's all in the Sauce
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4 Seafood Pasta Recipes You'll Find In Good Italian Restaurants

Posted on: 18 June 2015

if you are new to Italian dining, you should prepare yourself for the culinary adventure of a lifetime, especially if your only exposure has been to Americanized versions of Italian cuisine such as spaghetti with marinara sauce and meatballs. Many people are reluctant to try Italian dining because they associate it with red meat and heavy sauces. However, seafood has been used in the preparation of authentic Italian cuisine for centuries.
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