It may be a mission to devise and host an event, whether or not on your coworkers, or something smaller for buddies and family. One element you'll want to recognise is the specific sorts of catering systems and what you may want.
Keep it simple and manageable; Your guests probably don't expect a perfectly planned and executed event, especially if you do everything yourself. One way to ensure things go smoothly is to have everything you need for the big day. This checklist will help you determine what catering equipment you need:
Pots and Pans
The number of guests and what menu you plan to use to determine what pots and pans you need. Also consider how convenient it is to wash everything afterwards and the capacity of your stove, stove or other kitchen appliance.
Grilled food tastes better and most people appreciate the taste. Consider a salamander grill, which allows your meat to retain its moisture and doesn't take up much of your valuable kitchen space.
You may need a heavy-duty hob, welded for strength and the ability to handle heavier and larger pans. If you need to cook multiple dishes at once, look for a stovetop over an oven. Additional features like a prep area and griddle are found on larger ovens, although these extras can increase the rental price of the equipment.
A commercial walk-in freezer or simple fridge is probably needed to ensure your cold food is as fresh, safe and stored at no more than 5 degrees Celsius.