Mother’s Day Brunch from Katherine’s


Mother’s Day a day we celebrate everything Mom. This year give her a break and let us do the cooking for the whole family with our Mother’s Day Brunch. Our delicious meal will be ready for delivery or pick up on Saturday, May 11 fully prepared and packaged with heating instructions. To see the full menu, click here

To order, or for more information, contact us at (734) 930.4270 or here


  • Honey-Smoked Salmon Platterwith herbed cream cheese, garnished with egg, caper, diced tomato, fresh lemon, baguette slices and crackers
  • Gluten Free Raspberry-Peach Muffins | with cinnamon honey butter
  • Garden Fresh Strawberrieswith tarragon and oranges
  • Asparagus Sorrel Soupwith toasted brioche and lemon zest
  • Spinach and Butternut Squash Saladcinnamon roasted butternut squash, dried cranberries, and sunflowers seeds with an apple cider vinaigrette
  • Sweet Potato Apple Cakeswith chive crème fraiche
  • Artichoke, Gruyere and Basil Quiche | baked in Danish pastry dough
  • Quiche Lorrainefilled with bacon, onion, and Swiss



The Perfect Cheese Board

Katherine's Catering

It’s always the hit at a party, and why not, cheese is delicious (unless you’re lactose-intolerate, of course). Here are a few steps to create your own perfect cheese board worthy of the best parties.

Don’t Go Overboard. While it’s easy to get carried away and start adding every cheese you think sounds good to your board, keep it simple. 3-5 cheeses is the prefect tasting amount.

Offer Variety. Be sure to choose styles with different flavors and textures (for example: pair a creamy havarti with a hard pecorino and a crumbly bleu). This variety of offerings allows your guests to compare and contrast the different styles.

Knowledge is Power. It’s always nice to have some background information on the cheeses you’re serving. Is this a sheep’s milk or a cow’s milk cheese? Is this cheese from a specific part of Italy which lends a nutty characteristic because of their grass?

The Cheese Does Not Stand Alone. Be sure to garnish your board with a variety of complimenting items. For a savory board: nuts, mustards, olives, pickles and fresh herbs (such as dill or rosemary). For a sweet board: fruits, berries (fresh or dried), chocolate, and fresh herbs (such as basil or mint)

Add Texture. While most of us can eat cheese by itself all day long, it’s always nice to add a variety of texture to the palate. Alongside your board offer crackers, sliced baguette, different types of bread, or biscuits to pair with the cheese for a night crunch.

Let the Flavors Blossom. Be sure to take your cheese out of the refrigerator 1-2 hours in advance to allow them to come as close to room temperature as possible, this way your guests can experience the full flavor of each cheese.