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Cindy’s Catering Kitchen is a catering company located in Eatonville, Washington. They can prepare a feast for your wedding celebrations that you and your guests will be more than happy to indulge in.
Cindy is a seasoned chef whose passion for cooking translates beautifully. Through her business, she wants to help people make memories and merry without having to worry about the quality and quantity of food.
Smoked briskets, homemade pies, Texas BBQ, desserts, appetizers, breakfast brunch food, and much more can be prepared for a gathering of 20-200 people. Furthermore, she will work with you to create a menu that fits your taste, budget, and style. She is also committed to sourcing local produce and the freshest ingredients because you deserve the best.
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Cindy's Kitchen Catering receives overwhelmingly positive reviews for their catering services for weddings. Reviewers consistently praise Cindy and her team for their exceptional service, efficiency, and communication throughout the planning process and on the wedding day. The food is described as delicious, with a variety of options, including BBQ and desserts. Guests rave about the taste and quality of the dishes, with many expressing their intention to hire Cindy for future events. Overall, Cindy's Kitchen Catering is highly recommended for weddings and other special occasions.
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I have always loved working in the kitchen. Even as a child, I had the most exquisite, make-believe kitchen with all the bells and whistles in my back yard. I made the best mud pies in the neighborhood!
My best childhood memories are those in my Grandmother's kitchen, standing by her as she cooked three square meals a day for our family. She cooked using a dash of this and a pinch of that, and I wanted so badly to imitate her skill and techniques! Finally, in my late 20's, I got my grandmother to cook with me in my kitchen, and instead of her putting the ingredients straight into the mixing bowl, she put each dash, pinch, scoop, and handful into a separate dish and I measured them exactly! Her recipes inspire me and they are a treasure to me.
In 2003, I had the privilege of working in the kitchen at Pennsylvania Christian Camp under the very talented guidance of a dear friend who knew how to cook for a crowd. She and her mother were known for their gentle, Christ-like dispositions, their hospitality to others and her delicious meals! Her calmness in the kitchen as she prepared meals for the campers, her ability to manage her time and to serve beautiful meals right on time to the large crowds of campers motivated me to want to learn more about serving others by cooking for a crowd! This was something I could do while raising my children. I could work in the camp kitchen during my children's camp sessions and still get to see them everyday when they came through the dining room during meal times!
We moved to Washington in 2005, and the following summer, I was blessed to be invited to work in the kitchen at Delano Bay Christian camp to feed campers attending the Senior Teen session. This camp session included 70 campers plus 40 or so staff members. Oh my goodness. Feeding that big of a crowd 3 meals a day for a full week is quite a chore, and I loved every minute of it! I helped in the kitchen for one other camp session that summer, and the next year, I worked at 3 different camp sessions. I was addicted! In 2007, the director for the 6th and 7th grade camp session asked me to be the head cook for his camp. I was terrified, but knowing that my dear friends who had helped train me at all those previous camp sessions would be right by my side to help me at this camp, I took the challenge and had a very successful week! Since then, I have been the head cook for at least one (and in recent years, two) camp sessions each summer. And, I often volunteer to help out in a third camp session most summers, but not as the person in charge! I have also cooked for weekend retreats and banquets for my church family throughout the year.
I have been teaching school as my primary job for the last 13 years, but have now decided to cater full time and only teach on a substitute basis. My heart is in the kitchen, and I love to cook great meals and help couples make their special day even more special with a delicious, beautiful, and memorable meal!
My husband, Jeff, is my Grill Master and cooks all the smoked meats for our Southern BarBQue meals. My daughter, Michaela, is my second set of hands in the kitchen, and helps me design and maintain our website. We hire extra people to help serve for larger events, but most of the work is done by just the three of us!