If you are looking for a top-quality
caterer serving Palo Alto, consider serving Pizz’a Chicago’s signature deep-dish pizza
at your next event. Hosting a successful event requires enough planning
and logistical arrangements, and adding involved catering orders with
multiple dishes will simply make it more complicated. A pizza party creates
a fun, relaxed atmosphere and also allows you to suit a wide variety of
tastes and dietary needs. Read below on tips for ordering catered food.
Serve as Few Courses as Possible
The more courses you have, the more expensive and involved the event will
be for you. Multiple courses usually require servers, who you will need
to pay. Also, more courses means more dirty dishes and flatware, which
you will have to pay to rent and to wash. Pizza is a great option because
when you select the toppings carefully, it can have a good balance of
nutrients, including protein from meats or mushrooms, calcium from the
cheese, and fiber and vitamins from the veggies.
Balance out the Meal
When you are ordering catering, it’s a good idea to make sure that
all the major food groups are represented. You want your meal to have
carbohydrates, protein, starch, fiber, and vitamins, so you should make
sure to serve enough vegetables. Ordering pizzas with toppings like mushrooms
and peppers allows you pack more nutrients into every bite. You can also
order a large salad for guests who prefer a light side dish.
Accomodate Dietary Restrictions
These days, many people are vegetarians, and many eat gluten-free as a
lifestyle choice, even if they don’t have celiac disease or a special
gluten sensitivity. When ordering individually catered dishes, it can
be very difficult to accommodate all dietary restrictions, and to ensure
that people receive the correct dishes. When you have a pizza party, however,
you can simply order special gluten-free pizzas, and other pizzas with
no meat toppings. This makes it easy for those with these dietary restrictions
to serve themselves a delicious slice of pizza.