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Christmas Lunch Event Hire

Our client is well known in caterer circles operating in the South of England. Their client is a British Airline operating a fleet of Airbus 340 airplanes both passenger and cargo. We were asked to hire an event kitchen the include the following :- 3 x 20 Rack HGV20 LPG Ovens – 7Kg Turkey Butterflies cook Time 90 minutes Read More...

Not a hog job this time but our team are just back from installing a range of professional catering equipment for a large Indian wedding in Littleshall, Shropshire. Read More...

We have some great mobile catering vehicles for the Fish and Chip catering side of our operations. Read More...

Our partner site Second Hand Catering Equipment launched early in 2013 as a place for catering and event Read More...

Everyone a little tired after we helped feed 1600 hungry students for a university in Milton Keynes. Luckily the hire side of our company has all the latest gear for this kind of job. Read More...

Over my many years of catering, I have had the privilege of witnessing grand events while providing the service of equally remarkable food for those attending. Read More...

Our hog-roast.com website was our very first online Hog Roast catering venture. After doing good service for over a decade it was time for a bit of a facelift. The new new hog-roast.com site has a simpler, cleaner appearance, a few less pages and a few more pictures - from all sorts of jobs we've worked in recent years. Best of all we've improved our online quote pages - always a favourite feature for our customers. It's a busy time here as we get ready for the summer season. Read More...

The Christian Faversham Group (of which the Hog Blog is a part) has recently completed it's takeover of the ESG Group Kitchen and Power Rentals. Read More...

Yesterday I picked up a Blue Seal E32 turbo steam oven off Ebay. Dave was a Kiwi who had just closed down his bakers business. We took the job lot; turbo steam oven, stainless steel table, electronic scales, various size mixing bowls and a whole host of baking tins Dave had imported from Williams-Sonoma in the USA. Elizabeth is in our development kitchen this year and she is keen to make as much as we can from original recipes or home grown produce. Elizabeth purchased a copy of The Fabulous Baker Brothers last week so it seemed sensible to find her a decent steam oven. The oven was almost like new. When I got back Elizabeth had already made some dough and proved it so she set about cutting the dough, neading it and snipping bits with scissors prior to putting it in the E32 new steam oven. The bread was baked, cooled on racks and we tucked in, simply delicious ! Read More...

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