We were called upon to cater a staff appreciation breakfast buffet for 80 people.
Cooked to order omelet bar with all of the trimmings.
Rotisserie Affair has been catering special events in San Diego and throughout southern California for more than 30 years. While we can prepare many traditional catering services, we are known mostly for our unique “cooked on-site” rotisseries.
Developed by chef/owner Kevin Fisher, the rotisserie ovens are safe, clean, smoke-free and self-contained. The mobility and versatility of our ovens gives us the ability to provide freshly prepared foods on-site. Our method of rotisserie cooking is to let hot air circulate around the meat evenly in a dry, enclosed atmosphere. This process maintains the moisture and natural juices intensifying the flavor, thus producing a tender, juicy meat with superior taste and aroma. Cooking the foods in a smoke-free oven with clean burning propane means the foods are better for you and better for the environment.
By placing specially designed carving trays on the rotisserie oven, the chef carves directly from the rotisserie, thus maintaining foods at the proper temperatures and insuring fast, unsurpassed service. Utilizing chafing dishes, steam trays or grills, the rotisserie oven turns into a hot buffet service bar capable of serving an unlimited variety of hot menu items. The oven storage compartments maintain food supplies at the proper safe temperatures. This eliminates the conventional pre-cooking and re-heating methods, thereby guaranteeing freshness and quality.
Now catering on the USS Midway.
Our rotisserie oven can cook up to 75 large chickens and up to 300 pounds of beef or lamb, or twelve 25-pound turkeys within two hours. A single machine can serve up to 850 people. The low voltage and amperage requirements of the motor means that the machine can be powered from a variety of electrical sources including local power, electrical generator, battery, solar and even manual power.
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