I’m extremely grateful for the way my career has panned out. My journey thus far has been satisfying and especially as the Style Editor for The Label Life, curating The Power Dressing Edit, knowing we are catering to the modern Indian women.
I was brought up in a restaurant, I’ve worked in catering my whole life up until I was 20 full-time almost, I was a chef for my dad for many years.
My first role in catering was front-of-house, at five or six, at my parents’ restaurant in Leicester. Me and my brother were dressed in tuxedos and we’d greet guests and be paraded around like show ponies.
When you work on a Jerry Bruckheimer film, you can be sure of two things: no production value will be spared, and the catering will be as fine as any really really good restaurant. Jerry is an amazing producer, with a commitment to his films second to none.
The on-site catering facilities at Wimbledon are absolutely fantastic. Whatever your dietary requirements are, you can find what you need.
I tried being a mechanic and I tried catering, but I realized I had even less aptitude for semi-skilled labour than for academic work.
I have a different mentality when it comes to catering to a man, I just won’t allow it. Don’t get me wrong, I’ll do for you but I’m not taking care of no man and catering to him for life; he better be bringing something to the table. I learned that from my mother and my grandmother.
When I was younger, all I cared about was what people thought of me and my films. Now I care less about catering, hand-serving, hand-feeding the audience. I’ve gotten to the point now in my life where I’m serving myself.
I’m the kind of person who likes to create the environment and mindset – not because I do it deliberately, but because that’s how I like to live – where, from catering to makeup to hair to wardrobe, electricians, camera department lighting, sound, you know, it’s our movie; we’re together, and we have that camaraderie and that closeness.
Created by writer Beau Willimon, who’s worked on several political campaigns, ‘House of Cards’ cannily exploits the current widespread cynicism for our politics, catering to a public scorn that’s warranted and also glib in the sort of cheap pox-on-both-houses way that means not having to pay attention.
I think about the audience in the sense that I serve as my own audience. I have to please myself the way, if I saw the movie in a theater, I would be pleased. Do I think about catering to an audience? No.
I’m not the guy to get big record company budgets. My budget is Britney Spears’ catering money.
I learnt the hard way about positioning in business, about catering to the right segments.
I’ve gotten pretty good with a tray between acting jobs. In fact, when I got the TV show ‘Gravity’ I was still doing my catering work. I told my director I had to miss rehearsal because I had to work a party. He was like, ‘You’re on TV. You need to get over that.’
I actually gained a lot of weight when I started to do ‘Grey’s Anatomy.’ Doing eight theater shows a week, girl, is such a workout. But with TV, you’re, like, sitting in your trailer waiting to go to the set. And there’s catering and craft service every place you look.
We’re making a commercial Hindi film catering to all types of audiences.
There’s a thin line between catering to the masses and making a fool of yourself; I try to walk that line.
What you have in most education software is that they’re catering to the decision-maker who makes the budget allocations, and that decision-maker has a lot of check boxes. Does it do this? Check. Does it do that? Check. They could care less about the end user experience.
The catering on ‘True Blood’ was so good – I’d be eating amazing doughnuts all day, then realised I was in danger of turning into a right fat faerie.
The best food I’ve had was actually in catering at ‘Single Ladies.’ It’s insane. I can’t live in Atlanta. In fact, even if I’m offered, I’m not sure I could come back for another six months, because I’ll just be fat.
Food as sport is nothing new. To a vicar, especially, church catering has represented the conduct of war by other means for many years.
But my answer to that question would have to be, aside from the obvious, which is the people and the relationships that you garner over a long period of time but the catering. The catering. They’re the best. So it’s the food.
When you start at catering college, nobody prepares you for a book tour or public speaking.
I made the mistake of being too agreeable and catering to every need of my man.
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