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Category Archives: Recipe

Chef Kevin’s Culinary Creations

Our head chef here at Capers is one of the nicest men I’ve met in the Catering World. With his creativeness flowing into our newest vegetarian/vegan dishes to our new winter Hos D’ Oeuvres, Chef Kevin truly puts a fresh new spin on a lot of the classics. Below is a recipe straight from Kevin […]

Winter Pineapple Mint Mojito

When there is little color outside on a blustery winter New England day, this cocktail is a welcome addition to any event.  The pineapple simple syrup can be made a few days in advance, and really helps to add a punched up flavor. Pineapple Mint Mojito ~ serves 6 1 1/2 lbs. fresh pineapple chunks […]

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday of the year! Why, you ask? The delicious food of course! The turkey is always a crowd favorite, but wouldn’t it be great if the side dishes were just as amazing as the turkey itself? We decided to take classic thanksgiving side dishes, and give them a unique and tasty […]

Impressive Holiday Parties

The holidays are my favorite time of year- eggnog, peppermint and ginger take over the shelves and holiday cheer fills the air! This unique time lends itself perfectly to your imagination. Get creative with your menu items and décor and remember to have fun with it, especially if you’re throwing a corporate get together! Here […]

Planning your Corporate Holiday Party?

Halloween has come and gone and thus let the holiday festivities begin! Hosting a company holiday party is a great way to say thank you to your employees and gives everyone a chance to relax and celebrate the awaiting holidays. Capers has done many corporate holiday events over the years and we love seeing the […]

Halloween Cocktail and Chocolate Bark

Halloween is the perfect time to experiment with fun cocktails and snacks.  Here at Capers we are working on a Warlock Punch and Monster Bark for a client’s Halloween soiree. The bark turned out so well that I hope there is some leftover for our client…we had to make more since we all dove in […]

Autumn Cranberry Orange Shrub

Shrub cocktails are on trend at the moment, and we can easily see why.  The vinegar in the shrub syrup brings out the sweetness of the autumn fruit without being overly sweet.  The acidity of the vinegar lends a complex flavor to the cocktail and complements the bourbon perfectly.  Try it this weekend! Autumn Cranberry […]

Eustis Estate

Eustis Estate Blog Post The Eustice Estate in Milton, Massachusetts is a hidden historic gem. The estate was built in 1878 by Boston Architect William Ralph Emerson for the Eustis family as a starter home. This became the family’s forever home and four Eustis generations continued to live in the estate until it was sold […]

Autumn Cranberry, Macadamia Nut, White Chocolate Cookie

Autumn is my New Years.  It is a time to get back into the kitchen, and tinker at home over the weekend.  It is a great time to reorganize, light candles, and settle into some craft projects, especially baking. These fall cookies are wonderful to have in your cookie jar.  I especially like to eat […]

Brunch is Always a Good Idea

When Gretchenrae and Molly came to us, they had just started the planning process with the hopes of a brunch menu, and we could not have been more excited! It is not everyday that we have a brunch wedding, and we delighted to create new menu items. We worked closely with our executive chef, Kevin, […]

Labor of Love

Labor Day is right around the corner, that also means Fall is quickly creeping up on us. Come a few days after Labor Day and its out with the sun and the sand, and in with everything plaid and pumpkin spiced. Do you host your wedding on a three day weekend or not?  Some feel […]

Fall Bourbon Cider Sidecar

At Capers we are easing into the Fall season with a host of new cocktail selections!  We created this especially with the long weekend in mind, with the first of the seasons apples appearing at our Farmer’s Markets. The recipe is an easy one, the only trick is cutting apple slices thin enough to make […]

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