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‘Tis The Season To Be Stressed Out Over Holiday Entertaining
Hostesses Have Discovered the Secret to Making Holiday Entertaining Easy. Dozens of area hosts/hostesses have discovered the perfect recipe to keep the holiday season’s “Bah! Humbugs!” at bay - Hollyberry Catering and Time for Dinner.
“As a busy mom myself, I understand how stressful the holiday season can be,” said Holly Cunningham, president of Hollyberry Catering, voted favorite St. Louis caterer by the readers of Sauce Magazine in both 2009 and 2010. “We have designed Hollyberry to Go items to make entertaining during this busy season convenient, delicious and most importantly easy. Let us do the heavy lifting for you, all you have to do is accept the compliments!”
Hollyberry’s products, labeled “Hollyberry To Go,” include its customers’ most-requested items such as mango chardonnay coconut shrimp, bacon-wrapped pineapple, buffalo-chicken dippers, and a variety of other items. In addition, Hollyberry’s renowned sweets such as Dave’s double chip cookies, featured on the Rachael Ray Show as its “Snack of the Day,” are also available for pick-up.
“Whether you are hosting a party or bringing a dish to someone else’s event, we can take that panicked, rushed feeling out of holiday entertaining,”
Frozen, pre-packaged Hollyberry To Go and Time for Dinner items are available for pick up at Time for Dinner’s convenient Brentwood location (8506 Manchester Road) on Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. In addition, items may be ordered on-line through Time for Dinner’s website (www.timefordinner.com)
“Our November and December menus were designed to allow customers to choose from a wide variety of award-winning options to serve at their home parties, social gatherings and family celebrations,”
About Time for Dinner
With a commitment to helping its customers improve their lives by offer a convenient alternative to prepare nutritious, delicious and economical home-cooked meals; four local women opened St. Louis-based Time for Dinner in April 2004. Each month, the Time for Dinner staff carefully plans its meals, organizes the ingredients needed for recipe assembly, and supplies the packaging, as well as detailed cooking instructions, for each of their menu items. During a scheduled meal-preparation session, customers assemble, package and freeze a variety of family sized entrees and side dishes to cook at home. Over the last six years, Time for Dinner’s customers, some of whom travel from more than 100 miles away, have prepared more than 250,000 meals in the company’s professional kitchen environment. In addition, Time for Dinner’s products may be ordered in advance for pick-up or shipping. The success story of Time for Dinner has been featured on CNN ‘s “Your $$$$$” and Fortune Small Business, as well as National Public Radio. For more information, please visit www.timefordinner.com.
About Hollyberry Catering
In 2001, St. Louis native Holly Cunningham launched Hollyberry Catering to provide delicious box lunches and buffets for corporate clients, as well as creative, contemporary menus for both large and small events. Since its inception Hollyberry Catering has grown to serve thousands of box lunches to clients throughout the St. Louis area and is the preferred caterer at over 22 top local venues. Hollyberry Catering is now one of St. Louis’s top 10 catering companies, was named best caterer by Sauce Magazine readers in both 2009 and 2010, and was one of the first caterers in the area to specialize in “small plates.” Hollyberry’s menu items have been featured as The Rachael Ray Show’s “Snack of the Day,” highlighted in Paula Deen’s 2009 Holiday Baking collectors’ edition and named “Best Cookies” by St. Louis Magazine. More information is available at www.hollyberrycatering.com.
Page Updated Last on: Dec 08, 2010