4th Annual Northwest Meeting + Events Best of Awards

We’re delighted to share that Food in Bloom Catering was recently nominated in the 4th Annual Northwest Meeting + Events Best of Awards! This is the first year Food in Bloom Catering has been nominated in the ‘Best Catering Company … Continue reading

Vendor Spotlight: Corfini Gourmet

We are big fans of roasted chicken, house-smoked pork and other meat dishes. When we create a new menu for a client, we always start with the best ingredients. That’s where Corfini Gourmet comes in.  In the words of Corfini … Continue reading

House Made Ice Cream Sandwich

This week we spent a lot of time with our amazing Pastry Chef Hillary Naishtat updating our seasonal desserts menu. We are gearing up for summertime, and with an abundance of seasonal fruit and warm weather on the horizon, she’s … Continue reading

Eastside Exchange Ballroom & Cascade Rooftop

Recently, we hosted a Pre-Construction tour of our new event venue, The Eastside Exchange Ballroom & Cascade Rooftop. This exclusive venue for Food in Bloom (and VT Group) is located at the eastside bridgehead of the Burnside Bridge, at 123 … Continue reading

Hillary’s Winter Pavlova

Hillary, our in-house Pastry Chef made a wonderful tropical pavlova for a recent wedding show we attended. Our staff couldn’t stop eating it, as well as the wedding crowd. Get ready to wow your friends and guests with this recipe! … Continue reading

Winter Mimosa

This recipe comes from our in-house Bar Manager, Ollie Gahlsdorf. We’ve offered this cocktails at some of our most recent events and we’ve had a flood of requests for the recipe! This yields 2 gallons of the mix, so reduce … Continue reading

Pumpkin Pie Martini

Here’s a fun and easy cocktail recipe that makes a perfect start (or finish) to a Thanksgiving meal. Everyone seems to love pumpkin pie in our house and this special drink looks and tastes terrific and has a little kick … Continue reading

Carrie’s Bourbon Pecan Pie

  This recipe is one of our favorite family traditions and we make it every year for Thanksgiving or Christmas (usually both!) All great pies start off with a great homemade pie crust. You can use a frozen store bought … Continue reading