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Catering for Up to 10 or 20 from Shugapleez Catering Boutique & Gourmet Truffles (50% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Easily feed a crowd with delectable bites of balsamic-tomato skewers, spicy-turkey meatballs, and decadent gourmet truffles

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Valid only within a 15 mile radius from zip code 60607. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $125 for catering for up to 10 people ($250 value)
  • $199 for catering for up to 20 people ($400 value)

Both options include a variety of sweet and savory dishes such as a colorful pasta salad with tuscan seasoning and sweet-teriyaki chicken wings. See the available menus for both options here. A la carte menu items may be purchased at their regular price.

Bruschetta: Olive Oil's Favorite Foil

Finger foods make for great appetizers that allow silverware to remain sheathed until the main course. Keep reading to learn a bit more about bruschetta: one of Italy’s classic, handheld antipasto dishes.

Think of bruschetta and you might conjure up a vibrant pile of diced tomatoes, basil, parmesan, perhaps even some prosciutto, mushrooms, or mozzarella. And, somewhere underneath all that, some toasted bread. This dish would be unrecognizable to the 15th-century Tuscans thought to have originated it. Derived from the Italian verb “bruscare”—to char—bruschetta at its simplest refers to slices of crusty bread grilled or roasted over coals until a toothsome golden brown formed around the edges. Traditionally, the slices were then drizzled with extra-virgin olive oil and rubbed with salt and a cut clove of garlic. The sparing use of seasoning was intended to highlight the quality of the individual ingredients, particularly the olive oil—the Oxford Companion to Food says the dish was "designed to show off the new season's oil at the time of the olive harvest," just as spaghetti was designed to show off the season's pasta harvest.

If chefs over the centuries haven't been able to resist piling on a garden's worth of additional toppings, it's a testament to the universal appeal of the bruschetta template and the sturdy foundation of rustic Italian bread. Depending on the ingredients (say, scrambled egg and asparagus or a riff on ratatouille), bruschetta today may serve as an appetizer or a meal akin to an open-faced Italian sandwich.


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