CVC Catering Group

I just got back from HOTlanta where I was taking care of my mom for 10 days. It might be hard to believe, but I brought the hot weather back to...

Get to know our new Executive Chef Tim Goddu’s style with one of his signature recipes: Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Braised Short Ribs and Roasted Pearl Onions. Yields 2 Entree or...

Goulash Recipe, Hungarian Goulash

The holidays are over and the long, Maine winter has set in. But cold winter weather gives us an excuse to make bold hearty meals, like Chuck’s goulash soup – one...

New Years Foods

Here at CVC we’ve toasted the New Year and are looking forward to the year ahead.  With that in mind, we want to help you kick off 2017 right by drawing...

salmon, Thanksgiving Alternatives

Since at least the mid-19th century, Thanksgiving has been the turkey holiday. Turkey is a traditional staple at Thanksgiving feasts nationwide, with an average forty-six million turkeys eaten on Thanksgiving Day...

Gluten-Free Polenta Stuffing Croutons

I love Thanksgiving time. The weather starts to get colder and the leaves are mostly gone from the trees. The mornings are crisp and the chilly evenings are accompanied by a...

fall recipes apple ginger tonic cvc catering

Along with pumpkins, the fall harvest brings a bounty of orchard fruit as well, like apples: nice crisp cold apples. Though common, apples are extremely nutritious – hence the phrase “an...

fall recipes pumpkin cavatelli mascarpone cvc catering

Ah fall….. I really look forward to the change of seasons and fall is one of my favorites! It’s early September and pumpkin everything is starting to show up already: latte,...

Summer grilling is a must during Maine’s brief hot and humid season. The warm weather and summer treats don’t seem to last long enough here, which is why grilling is such...

The restaurant-centric foodie explosion that has been growing throughout our state has naturally led to an entrepreneurial spirit in providing locally grown ingredients. Locally sourced produce has become a familiar sight at...