Big Box Catering, building relationships this holiday season

Thanksgiving is a great holiday and the way it is celebrated has changed over the years and varies by family and traditions!

In the 80’s, it was very common for a family to eat at the table.  The conversation was spontaneous and our ability to relate with other human beings was always being polished by friends, family and loved ones.  As technology grew and changed when and how business is conducted, our precious family time was consumed by the every growing clock-less lifestyle.  So the natural solution was to eat out and not cook. But after driving to a restaurant, waiting for a table, waiting to be served, eat, handling the check, and driving back you’ve spent more money and time than if you cooked it yourself.   

Make new memories possible with Big Box Catering

Now, with a family of my own, I find myself every year with friends and extended family at my in-laws house in East Texas.  We join them, and people with nowhere to go on Thanksgiving to celebrate all that we give thanks for.  All are welcome to come to my in-laws house in East Texas to eat, drink, be merry, and possibly try out their marksmanship skills.  We make memories each year that my children will remember for a lifetime. This year we had 60 people, and to experience that celebration made me remember one of the fundamental reasons why we came up with Big Box Catering.  


Giving you some time back in your busy day

Big Box Catering was created specifically for people to dine together virtually anywhere.  We want people of all walks of life, in any environment, to have the ability to create a wonderful opportunity to build and reinforce relationships over delicious, hot, and fresh food.  Big Box Catering makes it more efficient, less expensive, and healthier to enjoy moments and memories that we can all be truly thankful for.  Let Big Box Catering take the guesswork out of what to serve, and order now, so we can help you free up some much needed time, so you can make new memories with your friends and family this holiday season.

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