6 Breakfast Options Food Attendees with Celiac Disease »

Breakfast can be one of the toughest meals for those on a gluten-free diet when attending meetings and events, especially when we order so many continental breakfasts that are loaded with pa

The Real Difference Between Dietary Choices & Dietary Needs »

As the controversy and, let’s face it, confusion, rages on around the world here’s an easy primer on the why’s and woes of dietary choices and dietary needs.

May is Food Allergy Action Month: Quick & Easy Ways to Celebrate »

It’s Food Allergy Action Month:
Learn the Facts to be Prepared
Right now it’s peak season for allergies and that includes food allergies.

Planning for LGBT Guests – Based on What I Know About Planning for Guests With Special Dietary Needs »

I have seen a tremendous amount of social-media backlash against “religious freedom” laws in North Carolina (HB2) and Mississippi (HB1523), both of which allow businesses and nonprofits

19 Apr

What Event Planners Can Learn from Ancient Rome? »

The culinary world seems to discover a new dining trend every five minutes, but when it comes down to it, banquets haven’t changed all that much.

12 Apr

How to Diversify the Plate While Respecting the Palate »

Like most event planners, I read a lot of restaurant menus. I like to keep in touch with trends and ways to diversify the plate while respecting the palate.

Brazil Eventos & Transparency »

As an international speaker and Food & Beverage expert, I’ve found at least one universal truth – allergies are present in all countries and, therefore, a place must be set a

22 Mar

The Next Frontier is Dine-Arounds: Eating in Chefs’ Homes »

Most conference planners want to plug their attendees into the vibe of the city they’re in, but when planning around a jam-packed education schedule, it can be a challenge to find the time

Kids Summer Cooking Camp »

Kids Summer Cooking Camp (Ages 10+)
Among her many talents, Tracy Stuckrath is teaching summer cooking camps.

Are you Alienating 38% of Your Guests? »

As many as 38% of people worldwide, self-identify as having a food allergy or intolerance.