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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Harvest Moon at work

Here is another part of the series behind the scene. This time around is with Harvest Moon Catering.
I have worked numerous times with this  great team of people and each time, I am always impressed with their work. Their food always looks fabulous and tastes even better.  Last week,  I was there to photograph an event they were catering for Martha Jefferson Hospital.  Here is what they have to say about this magnificent event.

"Harvest Moon would like to thank Martha Jefferson Hospital for allowing us to partner in this new growth in the Charlottesville Community. We were pleased to cater the 1st of a sequence of opening events to welcome the new MJH. It was a wonderful venue, feeling more like a luxury hotel than a hospital as the colors and feel were relaxing and comforting. Our spread included a blackened mahi with grilled pineapple salsa, beef carving station, crab salad micro-martinis, bacon wrapped dates, heirloom caprese skewers, and a strawberry, pecan, Gorgonzola and spinach salad in endive leaf, as well as an assortment of antipasti and desserts.

Harvest Moon's approach to an event of this magnitude is focused on how to empower the team in all the elements of production and design. Behind the scenes the items are prepped in the kitchen before arriving to the venue, transported, meticulously displayed, and the Front of House staff is on site to make sure the guests are well tended. We love the vendors we work with just as much as our own team. At the MJH event, HMC had the pleasure of working with some of our favorite vendors including Festive Fare, Dominique Attaway, Pat's Floral, Blue Ridge Lighting, John D'earth, and Dickie Morris with Just a Little Ditty. It takes all of these people working harmoniously to have an event that feels so well-executed and HMC is thrilled to have been a part of the team. "

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