What is catering?

  • (noun): Providing food and services.


Catering is the business of providing food service at a remote site or a site such as a hotel, public house (pub), or other location.

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Cedric Stanton Hicks
... World War II Hicks founded the Australian Army Catering Corps and served as its commander from 1943 ... Hicks worked closely with the Australian Army Catering Corps as an adviser on nutrition and was on the Defence Department's Scientific Advisory Committee as ... In 1972 he published a book on his wartime catering experience under the title, Who called the cook a bastard? ...
Christopher Pond
... first restaurant called "The Shakespeare Grill Room", catering for gold miners ... in Melbourne, before moving into railway catering for the gold miners' Melbourne-Ballarat Railway during the 1850s ... Returning to England, they pioneered railway catering to the UK, introducing it on the Metropolitan Railway and the London, Chatham and Dover Railway ...
Sconyers Bar-B-Que - Catering
... His catering vision was soon realized when Sconyers was invited to cater a southern style affair for United States President Jimmy Carter at the White House in 1980 ...
Catering Officers On Ships
... Merchant ships often carry Catering Officers - especially ferries, cruise liners and large cargo ships ... In fact, the term "catering" was in use in the world of the merchant marine long before it became established as a land-bound business ... The "Careers Scotland" website gives the following definition of a Catering Officer's duties Merchant Navy catering officers oversee the purchase, preparation and serving of food and drink to crew members and ...
Corinthia Group Of Companies - Industrial Catering
... Airways, SAS, and Emirates Airlines, as well as the catering for many VIP flights ... CIS is also a member of the International Travel Catering Association ...

Famous quotes containing the word catering:

    A publisher is a specialised form of bank or building society, catering for customers who cannot cope with life and are therefore forced to write about it.
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    No girl who is going to marry need bother to win a college degree; she just naturally becomes a “Master of Arts” and a “Doctor of Philosophy” after catering to an ordinary man for a few years.
    Helen Rowland (1875–1950)