It then gives the caterer plenty of time to prepare as well.
On a positive note, accommodating dietary needs and/or providing an allergy free menu doesn’t mean caterers must serve only bland or flavorless foods.
And of course, I'd love your tips or recipe ideas for friends with allergies or food aversions.
I love this salad because it's vegan and packs a serious hit of protein —great for the vegetarians or vegans in the crowd (and it's light on the gluten, although it does contain spelt), but perhaps more importantly: it's truly delicious.
I'll be 100% honest here and say that I've never made it at home, but I buy it often at our local co-op, and it makes a brilliant side dish to accompany anything on the grill.
We once invited a couple over that we were excited to get to know better and as 7 p.m.
neared and we realized we weren't quite as prepared as we'd intended to be, we picked up pizza from a really great wood-fired spot in town only to learn she was vegan gluten-free. This time of year, most of our gatherings are outdoors, which means a great deal of grilling and family-style salads, crackers and cheese, easy drinks and simple desserts like brownies or cookies. Many of these are easy to adapt for everyone to enjoy.