Among the many reasons to have Fireseed cater your next event, the most compelling has to be the food. The company is owned and operated by two Culinary Institute of America (CIA) graduates whose experience and knowledge continues to lead them to new creative and flavorful ideas.
Forget the “option A, B or C” approach to catering. At Fireseed, we believe that the food should match the event in much the same way a wine is paired with a meal, we tailor each menu to fit a client’s particular tastes and no event is ever a duplicate.
We frequently offer sample menus from other events that we have catered to assist clients in forming a general outline for budgeting, as well as get a sense for our culinary style. Feel free to contact us for samples menus relevant to your interests.
For us, people eat first with their eyes, saving the final judgment for their palates. That is why the presentation of our food is as appealing as the taste. We always strive to serve the freshest, most-appetizing food possible using our own collection of heavy stainless, roll-top chafing dishes, serving pieces and unique handmade pottery from Stillfire pottery. Our buffets burst with colors and textures, while family-style meals are composed with the same attention detail.
It is that big moment at your reception: The beautiful wedding cake is unveiled, and you and your newly betrothed cut into it, hand and hand. Yet such a sweet occasion can turn quickly sour if the dessert doesn’t taste as good as it looks.
As Fireseed co-owner Dawn Noble says, “There’s no reason to make an Eiffel Tower if it ends up tasting like one, too.”
After graduating from CIA, Dawn focused on pastries at the Wilton School of Cake Design and continues her education today, most recently with the CIA at Greystone in Sonoma. She creates wedding cakes of any flavor, any shape, and any size. Beyond cakes, Dawn is well known for:
Looking for something different? Ask about our homemade ice cream sandwiches, and sundae bars, or bring us your ideas and we will make them delicious.