Platters – Edible Art?

Posted On September 3, 2019

Across the Toowoomba region we’ve been making delicious platters like the one in the video for man-years now. It’s no surprise they’ve become so popular! We’ve included a platter as part of many diverse catering packages: as a centre piece followed by wood fired pizzas, as an entree prior to roast meals and just on their own as part of corporate functions.

The versatility of a platter as well as it’s stunning visual impact is part of the reason that the platter has become so popular. The main reason, of course, is that they’re also delicious and can be made to suit pretty much any event where quality catering is required.

If you’re thinking of creating your own platter, think in terms of colours and patterns as well as ‘layering’ foods by introducing serving dishes that can give different heights and a depth of texture.

Edible art? You decide. Our hard-working team of staff took 4 hours carefully crafting this example. If you’re thinking of a platter as part of your next function get in touch to see how we can help you.


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