Congratulations to This Month's Clambake Winner

  • Posted on: 25 October 2016
  • By: Brian and Mick

Congratulations to Karen from Dedham. She is this month's lucky winner of our Clambake-to-Travel for two monthly drawing.

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Every month, we have the great honor to review entries for the "Win-A-Clambake" monthly drawing. Thanks to a 'randomizer' app, we get to be surprised to see just who it is that will win the clambake for the month.  This month, Karen's name was chosen.

When Karen comes to pick up her Clambake-to-Travel at our kitchen in Pawtucket, she can expect to bring home a traditional New England Clambake in a reusable pot. Just wait until she finds out how easy it is to prepare our clambakes to travel!

No lie. It's incredibly easy!

All you have to do is add water to the reusable pot and then place it on your stove top. The pot already contains lobster, steamers, mussels, chourico, corn on the cob, red bliss potatoes & onions. In less than one hour, you and your guests can enjoy their own Traditional Old-Fashioned Clambake.

You could become next month's winner.  Simply visit the "Win a Clambake" page to register.
Please, feel free to enter every month.  The more the merrier.    

Good Luck!

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Congratulations To This Month's Beach Blanket Winner

  • Posted on: 24 October 2016
  • By: Brian and Mick

Congratulations to  Krista B. from Leominster, MA.

 She is this month's lucky winner of the Facebook Fan-of-the-Month Beach Blanket.

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Although no one here in New England is spending time sunbathing on the beaches at this time of year, there are still plenty of uses for our oversized terry beach blankets. The Fresh Lobster blanket can be kept in your car for picnics, tailgates, football games and other impromptu New England fun.

Enjoy, Krista!

Be sure to send us a photo of The Fresh Lobster blanket in use!

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We randomly select a new Facebook fan each month to win a TFL blanket.  

Be sure to  Like us on Facebook  us!

Texas BBQ

  • Posted on: 15 October 2016
  • By: Brian and Mick

Everything is bigger in Texas! Including appetites for barbecue! 

Texas BBQ by B&M Catering

There are so many different varieties of barbecue in Texas, each with different meats, spices, and smoking techniques, that they’re broken down by region: East Texas, West Texas, Central Texas and South Texas.  And each brags louder than the next about having the best.  So the easiest way to understand why Texans defend their barbecue like the Alamo is to understand a little bit about Texas barbecue history.

Ten thousand years ago, the Caddo Indians cooked venison and other game over wood fires in the Texas region.  Then came the Spanish shepherds in the 1600’s who spit-roasted kid goat and lamb “shepherd style” on the barren plains.  Along the Rio Grande Valley, the Mexican style of meat preparation called “barbacoa” was used.  This involved meat sealed in maguey leaves and buried in hot coals,hence the name “barbecue.”

In the 1800’s, settlers from the American South began trickling in, bringing with them  traditional Southern pit style: meats, especially pigs, sheep and goats, cooked over a coal-filled trench dug into the ground.  Black slaves added their own unique style by celebrating the harvest on cotton plantations with huge barbecues.  In addition, German immigrants added sausage making and smoked brisket methods to the barbecue mix, and eventually their meat markets evolved into barbecue “joints.”  It wasn’t until after the Civil War when cattle ranching became a huge business, that beef became the most common meat in Texas and cooking a whole steer was considered the ultimate in Texas barbecue. 

With such a rich history, you can see why Texans are so proud of their barbecues, each delicious in their own way. The East Texas style is beef marinated in a sweet tomato sauce and slowly cooked over a pit of hickory wood until it literally “falls off the bone.”  The Central Texas style uses a rub of spices on the meat; it’s then cooked over indirect heat using pecan or oak wood.   Meat is directly cooked over mesquite wood for the West Texas style, giving the barbecue a drier and more acidic taste.  The South Texas style of barbecue is moist, with the meat smothered in a thick, molasses-like sauce.   

Although we aren’t Texans, B&M Catering Co. believes barbecue makes everything better too!  So here, deep in the heart of New England, we serve up our own style of Texas Barbecue. 

With barbecue babyback ribs, Texas chili, barbecue chicken, cornbread, corn on the cob and our own Tex-Mex rice, this menu is a real crowd pleaser.

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As with most of our menus, the Texas BBQ menu can be ordered as a pick-up or delivery option for your next event.

So round up your posse and contact B&M Clambake’s outdoor catering and cooking specialists!

Can’t live without lobster? Don’t be afraid to add it your menu for a more North-meets-South Texas Barbecue. We can customize any menu for your special event.

More Fun Menu Ideas:

Remember, you are never obligated to keep the menu exactly as we show it to you. We are very happy to discuss your own menu options and make adjustments to your own preferences. Give us a call today - we are happy to talk to you about your catering needs.


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Can I Order Your Food "To-Go"?

  • Posted on: 10 October 2016
  • By: Brian and Mick

Did you know that B&M Catering offers a variety of Pick Up and Delivery Catering?

 
Our menus range from good old-fashioned home-cooked meals to a la carte offerings of pans and platters. They may be picked up hot or cold at our kitchens in Pawtucket, RI, or delivered to your door within an hour's drive of our commissary.

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Q: Will the food be delivered Hot or Cold?

A: Any of our Pick-up/Delivery items may be picked up or delivered, cold or hot, and can be re-heated in their own foil pans at your convenience.



Q:
 Does my menu include paper goods?

A: If you choose from one of our preset Pick Up/Delivery menus, yes, it will include disposable plates, utensils, serving utensils and even a red and white plastic table covering. 
If you choose from our a la carte menus, it does not include paper goods. They are, however, available at $.99 + tax per person. 

 

Q: How far away can food be delivered?

A: For hot items, we try to stay within an hour’s drive of our facility in Pawtucket.  Cold deliveries have no distance constraints.

View our pick-up and delivery menus.

Need some help planning? Give us a call in the office. We are sure to have some helpful suggestions for you.

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Bring the Sea to Your Wedding

  • Posted on: 5 October 2016
  • By: Brian and Mick

Bring the sea to your wedding with our famous raw bar for a romantic, island vibe.  We loved catering this elegant, beachy wedding on Elihu Island, a 30-acre private island off the coast of Stonington, CT in Wequetequock Cove, just south of Goat Island.
 

The Menu:

The Raw Bar:
       - Wellfleet Oysters
       - Littlenecks
       - Shrimp Cocktail
       - Jonah Crab Claws

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The Passed Appetizers:
       - NE Clam Chowder Shooters 
        - Scallops
        - Stuffed Mushrooms
        - Tomato Mozzarella Skewers
        - Chicken Satay Skewers

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The Main Course:
        - Harvest Salad with Goat Cheese
        - Lobster 
        - Sirloin steak or  Cedar Plank Salmon
        - Red Roasted Potatoes
        - Grilled Vegetable Medley
        - Cornbread & Butter

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How beautiful were these table settings?
We were honored to serve up the gorgeous wedding cake provided by Party Favors.

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Here at B&M Catering, our mission is to serve great food with the very best service.  Contact our event planning staff at the B&M Catering office anytime for tips and advice on creating your next event.


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