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I can answer virtually any question about dining out in restaurants, how the food is prepared, management and cooking. I am a wedding and party planner in St. Louis, Missouri and I do weddings and parties all over the country! My brides are my number one priority as I understand how important their wedding day is to them! Any questions about catering and cooking for large groups. This would include recipes, cooking techniques, what to serve, how to prevent food poisoning, food storage and food integrity. I have thousands of recipes that are scaled for large groups and gatherings and will be happy to share them! If you are in need of professional assistance for helping you to plan your wedding, party or corporate event, please feel free to contact me! I do a limited amount of weddings and parties every year in order to make sure that I have the best service for my clientele. Feel free to visit my business website at this address: www.EXQUISITEEVENTSUSA.COM for detailed information on what services I offer. I have price point weddings for every budget--no matter what size and I am very specific about what you get for your hard-earned money.

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I grew up in the restaurant business, owned a very successful one for a number of years.

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Le Cordon Bleu, Tokyo, Japan
I am a wedding and party planner in St. Louis, Missouri and I do weddings and parties all over the country! My brides are my number one priority as I understand how important their wedding day is to them! Any questions about catering and cooking for large groups. This would include recipes, cooking techniques, what to serve, how to prevent food poisoning, food storage and food integrity. I have thousands of recipes that are scaled for large groups and gatherings and will be happy to share them! If you are in need of professional assistance for helping you to plan your wedding, party or corporate event, please feel free to contact me! I do a limited amount of weddings and parties every year in order to make sure that I have the best service for my clientele. Feel free to visit my business website at this address: www.weddingwire.com/teridavisnewman for detailed information on what services I offer. I have price point weddings for every budget--no matter what size and I am very specific about what you get for your hard-earned money.

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The illegal immigrant in the kitchen was digging through garbage and eating it before sneaking into the USA so sanitation and handwashing isn't something they do and 'stomach flu' is ALWAYS food poisoning!

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Recent Answers from Teri Davis Newman

2010-08-02 A second drink??:

The waiter either sandbagged you to up his ticket price and get a bigger tip OR you may have inadvertently signaled for another drink. Just as at auctions, you need to be careful of your hand motions,

2010-04-14 Musubi:

As far as I know, this is a Hawaiian dish and not served commercially anywhere else.  Here's a recipe so you can enjoy it at home.    MUSUBI  2 cups uncooked short-grain white rice  2 cups water  6 tablespoons

2009-12-23 Dining out:

Consider your menu choices wisely. Ask for steamed veggies, no sauces and don't eat fried foods. Only eat half the meal and take the rest home for lunch the next day.  Go to Golden Corral and get takeout

2009-08-10 server interaction:

There's nothing you can really do if one of the guests at the table is intent on chatting up the server although a professional server would never engage in such a thing. Sadly, the emphasis these days

2009-08-10 server interaction:

You treat your server with respect and dignity and tip according to the service you receive. It's not necessary to make the server a part of your dining experience.

 

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