After all, two generations of food service workers can’t be wrong. The second generation of food service workers can’t be wrong too. It’s just too painful for them not to be right.
Food workers can’t be wrong about something so fundamental that they can’t be wrong about it. It’s the exact same reason that the second generation of taxi drivers can’t be wrong about the second generation of cab drivers. It’s just too painful for them not to be right.
Its the same reason that the second generation of taxi drivers cant be wrong about the second generation of taxi drivers.
The second generation of cabbies and food service workers are the ones who cant be wrong about everything. Why? Because they cant do their job, because they are not the right breed, because they are not the ones who are the right people. Its the same reason that the second generation of taxi drivers cant be wrong about the second generation of taxi drivers.
But thats not why I’m writing this post. This time around we are going to look at the second generation of catering workers. We will take the top 10 caterers in the UK (as ranked by Tripadvisor) and see who are the caterers who are also in the top 10 of other countries. If you have a good recipe or a restaurant that you would like to share with us, please do.
This is the 2nd generation of catering that has come out of the UK, but I’m sure there are dozens of other countries out there who would also love to have a caterer they can call their friend.
As food bloggers, we like to think of ourselves as independent thought-leaders. So you never know when we’ll be talking about your food and recipes, or what you’re trying to do with your restaurant. We never assume that a picture is worth a thousand words, nor do we assume that a recipe is worth a million words. That is, unless we are being serious.
I am not implying that those of us who are chefs and food editors are not creative people. However, the concept of a second generation catering company is new to the world of food, and it is an idea that is currently being explored by a few other food businesses. I think it is important to recognize that we are only one generation of catering companies, and we are not even the first to have one.
The idea is that the first generation of catering has developed a very narrow business model, catering just for a very specific, very narrow group of people. The second generation of catering is very much open to the concept of catering for a much wider and more varied audience, from people who are not foodies but who are interested in food to foodies in general, to people who want to learn about food.
Of course, it’s difficult to do this from a business standpoint, especially when you’re trying to sell food to a group of people who may never eat it. But the second generation of catering has a different perspective of how to operate. It’s not just catering for a specific niche. It’s catering for a much wider and more varied audience.