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7/11/18 10:33 P

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I think it would be best to discuss that with the person that hired you for that job. Generally, if someone hires a caterer, they let the caterer know what they want, especially when it comes to an event as important/big as a wedding. I'd recommend going back to your neighbor and ask them what food they actually want for the event and go from there.

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7/11/18 7:12 P

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I just accepted this catering gig that my neighbor hired me for. It’s for a wedding with a predominantly Colombian family and I’m not sure what to prepare. I’m totally unfamiliar with their native cuisine and I don’t know of any restricted food ingredients that they might have. To add fuel to the fire, my neighbor told me that the Colombian women in her family are really critical, especially when it comes to food and cooking. Now I feel really nervous. To anyone who has ever been in a similar situation, I need your help!

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