Do you…

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Do you…

Have an upcoming event that requires palate dancing food?

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Would you…

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Would you…

Like a scrumptious weekday meal or meals for every day of the week?

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Royal Breakfast

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Royal Breakfast

Tired of the typical, unsatisfying Continental Breakfast? Do breakfast like royalty and have enough spunk to rule your day!

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Lunch

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Lunch

Dine in Princess style and lunch becomes a retreat from the dungeon of your cubicle!

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Dine in Royal Fashion

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Dine in Royal Fashion

The Culinary Princess Catering dining experience promises to be enjoyable and enlightening.

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Pumpkin.

Posted by on Oct 17, 2012 in Feature, Uncategorized | 0 comments

The clock struck midnight.  The glass slipper was left behind.  The prince had an AWOL future princess on his hands.  The horses turned back into mice.  The carriage turned back into a pumpkin.  We all know the story of Cinderella, but was I the only kid who wondered what she did with the rest of the pumpkin?  I mean, why just leave a perfectly good pumpkin lying around?  That’s just irresponsible. Luckily, we do not need a fairy godmother to conjure up some good uses for pumpkin during this lovely autumn season.  All we need...

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Sustainability.

Posted by on Aug 28, 2012 in Feature, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Imagine this:  Your ancestors were captured many years ago.  You were separated from your family.  Men were sent to one part of the land, while females were sent to another.  You were forced to live in inhumane conditions that would put any civilized nation to shame.  You were told when to eat, sleep, and perform bodily functions.  You were fed food that was barely digestible and caused you to be sick and unhealthy most of your life.  Does this describe slavery?  Prison, perhaps?  No.  This describes how animals are treated in...

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Brussels Sprouts.

Posted by on May 30, 2012 in Feature, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Yuck!  What is that nasty, grey-ish, brown-ish, green-ish bit of filth in my mouth!?!  A Brussels Sprout?  I am NEVER eating that again.  In fact, that experience was so awful, I might need a hug. Sound familiar?  A lot of people have unfortunate experiences with the infamous Brussels Sprout.  The culprit: poor cooking and preparation.  If you under cook a Brussels Sprout, it will be bitter.  If you over cook a Brussels Sprout, it will be mushy and gross.  Cooked just right, this mini-cabbage is fresh, savory and quite...

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Pleasing.

Posted by on Apr 2, 2012 in Feature, Uncategorized | 0 comments

She was freaking out.  Her boyfriend just dropped the bomb on her that not only would “they” (meaning of course “she”) be preparing Easter Dinner, but his entire family would be coming over “to stop by”.  Oh and by the way, she should invite hers as well.  She quickly whipped out her trusty dusty super math calculator (aka her fingers) and scientifically tabulated that in just one week’s time she was going to have to feed 10 adults, 5 children, 1 potential mother-in-law and her own mother (she...

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Onion.

Posted by on Mar 7, 2012 in Feature, Uncategorized | 0 comments

  Ouch!… Yum… It burns!… But I like it… ::reaches for stick of gum:: If there were ever a misunderstood vegetable, it would be the onion.  Constantly removed from burgers, banished from first dates and never allowed to play with the cool food in the grocery cart, the onion is often shunned and perceived as an annoying addition to an otherwise perfectly good meal.  Poor, poor onion.  On rare occasions that its presence is valued, the onion is usually in its sweet caramelized form or a simple flavor sidekick to a...

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Menu.

Posted by on Feb 4, 2012 in Feature, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Succulent.  Juicy.  Savory.  Luscious.  Tender.  Tantalizing.  Full bodied.  Orgasmic… Words that evoke physical feelings of pleasure from the tips of your pretty pedicured toes to the top of your finely coiffed tresses make you pause and take notice of the subject in question.  If you sit and contemplate the word, odd things may happen: you lick your lips, you run your fingers through your hair, a flirty smile passes over your face… physical manifestations of whatever private thought that is flickering from your memory to...

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Resolve.

Posted by on Jan 6, 2012 in Feature, Uncategorized | 0 comments

I resolve to be a better business owner.I resolve to not leave my baby (my blog) alone for this long again.I resolve to explore new ingredients.I resolve to take my cooking to even greater heights.I resolve to have my clients fall in love with my food with every bite.I resolve to make Culinary Princess Catering the choice catering company in the Los Angeles Area and beyond.I resolve to pray over my loves, talents and my business daily.I resolve to maintain a clear, focused, motivated mindset to achieve my goals.I resolve to help others become...

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Myths. #2

Posted by on Oct 22, 2011 in Feature, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Myth #2:  I am too hungry to cook!  When I walk in the door, I know Marie Callender will satiate my tummy grumblings in 5 1/2 minutes.  Why cook when I have Marie? If you use this myth as an excuse, I am going to be nice and refrain from calling you “lazy.”  I will just simply say that you seem to be motivationally challenged when it comes to cooking (Princesses are nothing if not tactful).  You may just be busy or perhaps you are not that great at planning ahead (just being honest).  I get it. When I eat dinner, I have a...

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Myths. #1

Posted by on Sep 22, 2011 in Feature, Uncategorized | 0 comments

A wise woman once told me, “Excuses are tools for the incompetent that build monuments of nothingness.”  Did you know that some excuses have become so popular, so widely accepted, that they have propagated potentially harmful myths?  Many people have decided to use the same excuses repeatedly about cooking and their actions have have constructed misconceptions that have created monumental barriers for those lay people who want to learn how to cook.  In this blog series, we are going to tear down the myths about cooking. Myth...

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Party. (Catering. Part 2)

Posted by on Aug 22, 2011 in Feature, Uncategorized | 0 comments

In my last post, Catering, I promised to let you in on the top 5 At-Home Catering Secrets you can use to throw a remarkable dinner party.  Always true to my promises, here you go… Secret #1: Hire Culinary Princess Catering Yes, this is a shameless plug, but can you blame me?  Since this blog so happens to be written by the owner of Culinary Princess Catering, I have it on good authority that their food is awesome!  Culinary Princess Catering currently offers hot and cold entrees and hors d’oeuvres cooked on site and/or...

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