taste - local.organic.fresh
our philosophy . . .
Welcome to our kitchen.  We take our personal philosophy on entertaining and preparing meals for our clients as we would for our own family and friends. We have 12 years combined experience planning healthy, local, fresh meals for events as small as a family dinner to events as large as a wedding.  We strive to create unique catering experiences for events of all sizes and occasions.
 
Making and serving authentic food is what we are all about. taste catering is a value driven business.  We integrate delicious, healthy food and environmentally friendly practices everyday.
 
the food . . .
We take pride in creating dishes using the freshest seasonal ingredients available.   We feel the only way to get the freshest ingredients is to purchase them from local farmers, ranchers and producers.   One hundred percent of our dishes are made in our kitchen, including our stocks, sauces, salad dressings, etc. 
 
taste is able to accommodate any size or style event.  We have options for breakfast meetings, gourmet boxed lunches, appetizer catering, seasonal and special event catering.
 
Why Choose Us for Your Event?
 
  • Our food tastes great and looks beautiful
  • We maintain the highest quality in the industry
  • We feature the best of the Front Range's ingredients
  • We are creative, professional and organized
  • Each event is unique, designed for you, and handled with proficiency so that you can relax
 
sustainability . . .
We feel local sustainability is an important part of our community and use local products whenever possible. We are also committed to using compostable or reusable materials.  All of our boxed lunches, disposables, and to go products are made from recycled goods and compostable materials.  We are striving to create a zero carbon footprint for our business.  We compost all of our kitchen waste and turn it back into our own gardens. 
 
Zero-Waste Quick Guide
 
1 - Use reusable tableware whenever possible
 
2 - If reusable tableware is not possible, use products that are created from renewable resources rather than products made from limited resource fossil fuels and virgin fiber.
 
3 - Compost or recycle all of your waste; use separate clearly-marked containers to help guests and/or attendants efficiently separate items.  
 
4 - Encourage guests to walk, ride their bike, carpool or take mass transit to your event, and provide information with your electronic invitations to make these alternatives as accessible as possible.
 
5 - Make your event carbon-neutral and offset CO2 emissions by supporting initiatives that reduce greenhouse gases.
 
 
some recent clientelle . . .
Thompson School District
Larimer County Democratic Party
Vestas Blades America
Ten Fold Collective
NOVO Restoration
Logistics Real Estate and Development
Town of Windsor
Nolte Engineering
Swanty Rehearsal Dinner
Loveland City Council
The Loveland Museum
Rotary Club of Thompson Valley
Poudre Valley Health Systems
McKee Medical Center
Medical Center of the Rockies
 
some recent venues . . .
Historic McCreery House - Loveland
Sheldon House - Fort Collins
Loveland Feed & Grain - Loveland
Columbine Gallery - Loveland
Loveland Public Library - Loveland
The Loveland Museum - Loveland
 
local, sustainable food purveyors that we use and support . . .
Hazel Dell Mushrooms
Sunrise Farms
C & S Farms
Sunny Breeze Sheep Farm
Pope Farm Produce
Scotts Garden
Rice's Honey
Ambrosia Honey
Tortilleria La Autentica
Hikarata Farms
Bavarian Bakery
 
New Belgium Brewing Company
Odell Brewing Company
Avery Brewing Company
Great Divide Brewing Company
 
Trail Ridge Winery
Meadery of the Rockies
Two Rivers Winery
Colorado Cellars
Desert Moon Winery
 
 
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