Blog

Mar
04
Chilled Peach Bliss

At our daughter's upcoming wedding the first course will be a choice of three chilled soups. Two will be a little savory and our Chilled Peach Bliss will be sweet. Peach Season is coming and this recipe will put a big smile on your face. Oh, one cool thing about this recipe is that it works well with frozen peaches, too!



temp-post-image



Chilled Peach Bliss Serves 6-8, yields about 32 ounces


Ingredients


1# + Frozen or Fresh Peaches


2 oz Sugar


½ Cup Plain Vanilla Yogurt (low-fat works), or Sour Cream


3/4 Cup Orange Juice


1 Cup Water


1 Dash Cinnamon


6-8 Mint Leaves or a handful of Blueberries


optional: add a couple of ounces of Amaretto πŸ˜€




Directions:


Roast or Broil Peach until some are just browning about 5-1...


Feb
20
Coastal Catering is Cooking on the Radio!

Welcome to Coastal Catering... we're live on GLVI Radio.


Yes, it seems weird to me too... cooking on the radio, but a lot of folks listen, cooking is fun and we're making it easy. Our recipes are tried and true and flexible. So, relax and enjoy. Each month our recipes will change, yet our promise to you remains the same... Cooking for fun! I promise not to use recipes with "expensive ingredients" or that take 3 days to prepare for. For those living on the Island we'll be purchasing food like you do... at Kroger's, Walmart, Randall's and even 7 Sea's in Jamaica Beach. Our Seafood will come from Katy's Seafood on the wharf. Lastly, some will be low-carb, others allow for low-fat substitutes an...


Mar
09
Because we care … at Coastal Catering we Recycle


temp-post-image

We LOVE our community and the world!



When you live and cook on an Island you gain a greater appreciation for refuse that’s just thrown into a trash can or dumpster that gets emptied into a landfill. Well, actually, our appreciations is for keeping as much of our stuff out of the landfill as is possible.


We hand select all of our produce from wonderful vendors. Fresh is always best. That’s why we walk into coolers, open boxes and inspect fresh fruits and veggies. Unlike most caterers whose products are dropped off from big trucks, we take the time to shop… the results are fresher, healthier and beautiful dishes.


At Coastal Catering we compost our organic waste, we recycle car...


Jan
26
Your Delicious Wedding!

Wedding Dinner & Rehearsal Dinner
Congratulations and Best Wishes!



It’s exciting planning a wedding… and a little bit stressful. Let us take a some of the stress away from your wedding planning. Friends and family coming to Galveston or Gulf Coast Area… Engagement Parties, Rehearsal Dinner, and the Wedding Reception… lots of food.



At Coastal Catering we get it.



Great food at reasonable prices with exceptional service. If, you’re like most couples getting married, price matters. We work with most budgets to get the finest food to meet your tastes. And, YES there are ways to save money without cutting quality. At Coastal Catering we watch the trends and keep up wit...


Jan
25
Your Delicious Wedding!

Wedding Dinner & Rehearsal Dinner
Congratulations and Best Wishes!



It’s exciting planning a wedding… and a little bit stressful. Let us take a some of the stress away from your wedding planning. Friends and family coming to Galveston or Gulf Coast Area… Engagement Parties, Rehearsal Dinner, and the Wedding Reception… lots of food.



At Coastal Catering we get it.



Great food at reasonable prices with exceptional service. If, you’re like most couples getting married, price matters. We work with most budgets to get the finest food to meet your tastes. And, YES there are ways to save money without cutting quality. At Coastal Catering we watch the trends and keep up wit...


Mar
16
The Spice of Life Blog


temp-post-image

Every month, The Spice of Life Blog, will feature a new “Spice of the Month” in an attempt to familiarize everyone with these wonderful substances, and in their usage relative to food. Spices have other uses; however, we will only concentrate on the use of spices as it relates to food on this Chef Marshall.com website.


A spice is a dried seed, fruit, root, bark, or plant primarily used for flavoring, coloring or preserving food. Spices are different from herbs, which are parts of leafy green plants, & also used for flavoring or as a garnish. Other uses for spices include but are not limited to medicinal, cosmetics, perfume, & religious. Many spices have antimicrobial properties a...


Oct
01
Garlic – October 2013


temp-post-image

Garlic is closely related to the onion, shallot, and leek. It has had an ongoing relationship with Humans for over 7,000 years. It is native to Central Asia, however, grows all over the World except in extremely cold climates. China is responsible for the growth and production of 77% of the World’s output. That translates into Twenty-Three Billion pounds a year. The Vampire population has been diminished dramatically in China over the past Century with this prolific growth in China’s Garlic production! This spice is Global in its usage and is popular for its pungent flavor as a seasoning and condiment. It is hard to imagine not having this extraordinary spice in our American ki...

Sep
10
Paprika – September 2013


temp-post-image

Paprika is a spice made from the ground dried fruits of bell peppers. It is also made from chili peppers and sweet peppers. Adding color and flavor to dishes is the primary usage of this seasoning. The primary source of production for this wildly popular spice is Hungary. Some of the other countries producing Paprika today are Spain, Portugal, Serbia, Turkey, Greece, Morocco, and a few areas of America. California paprika has a beautiful, deep red color. This makes it aesthetically attractive and pleases most viewers. Over the past dozen years, Spanish smoked paprika has come into its own. It is clearly popular in certain social settings. This Smokey flavor comes from the slow drying proces...


Jul
15
Pepper – August 2013

temp-post-image


Black Pepper is a flowering vine harvested for its fruit known as a peppercorn when dried and used for a spice. It is then ground from these peppercorns is most commonly referred to as Black Pepper and is unripe peppercorns cooked and dried.


Green Pepper is dried and also unripe peppercorns


White Pepper is unripe peppercorn seeds.


Viet Nam and India dominate the growing of Pepper and account for well over 50% of the Worlds production. Black Pepper is the Worlds most traded spice and accounts for one fifth of the Worlds spice trade, and has been sought after and traded for over 4,000 years. And you thought you were getting old! Feeling younger already, aren’t you? Me too!


The Pepper plant i...


Custom Catering
Less
Custom Catering

Galveston-Houston

Galveston-Houston

Less

The Bay Area

The Bay Area

Less
Get A Quote
Less
Get A Quote

Β Call 409-789-1119

Β Call 409-789-1119

Less
Best of fash