What is truly great about working for Hog Roast Aviemore is the chance to explore the country, catering for our clients in diverse locations and getting to meet new people all the while putting smiles on peoples faces with our low roasted food!
This week Hog Roast Aviemore were lucky enough to be invited to cater for the Royal Yachting Association Scotland (RYA Scotland) at Glenmore Lodge in Aviemore for an event they were hosting. The RYA run activities encompassing narrow boating, powerboating, motor cruising and yacht sailing as well as training volunteers and coaches to help the club develop. Ultimately their main goal is to protect the rights and promote the interests of the boating community in Scotland which is something Hog Roast Aviemore admire them for.
Being from such a beautiful location, this event was a great opportunity for us to go back to our roots and cater in the stunning Aviemore outdoors. The event had been booked by Pauline who had requested our classic slow roast menu three along with vegetarian option of our catering manager Stevens grilled vegetable and haloumi skewers, served with pitta breads and a tzatziki dip! This menu encompasses our slow roasted hog served with a selection of fresh salads or vegetables as a relaxed informal meal and would be perfect for the thirty guests that would be attending this event. We had been given a serving slot of between 5-7pm and so guests would have plenty of time to come and grab seconds which we are sure would eb the case!
For any event we cater at we always like to take care of everything within our means and so for this event we brought along some wooden crockery meaning there would be minimal cleaning up required afterwards which we find our clients appreciate.
With the guests fed we discretely packed away and thanked Pauline for choosing Hog Roast Aviemore.