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I have been asked to cater a small book reading event which will include 6-10 people ...she wants me to do coconut rice with curry chicken with sauteed veggies ..She also wants devil pesto eggs ..I'm kinda clueless what to charge?

I know the customer is always right and I rarely break the rule but that combo sounds dangerous.
Have you had a tasting yet?

mimi
post #122 of 128
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I'll cater any affair for 99.95 😆

God I'm an old cynical crank.

Yeah but you're OUR old cynical crank so that makes it ok.

mimi
post #123 of 128
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Yeah but you're OUR old cynical crank so that makes it ok.


mimi

It's good to know that I have a place other than my family. 😎
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Yeah but you're OUR old cynical crank so that makes it ok.


mimi

It's good to know that I have a place other than my family. 😎

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post #125 of 128

I have been asked to make 3 kinds of soups for a group of 400.  The client will provide all the ingredients for it (he is a chef).  They want me to set up and decorate the table and rent my glass bowls.  They will have kitchen help and someone to clear tables and wash bowls.  I have no idea what to charge,  Help.

post #126 of 128
Charge them by the hour, and don't forget to include all the cost that get added to your base hourly rate.
For the glass bowls charge by the piece plus any sales taxes that are required for your location.
post #127 of 128
Hi shroomgirl how are you
Need your help how i know to price a catering for a 110 people I've never done this before can you help me plaese
post #128 of 128

great information here. thanks

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