Barb Goffman leads the way with “A Tale of Two Sisters.” Emma is getting married. She wanted just friends and family, but her mother had other ideas. Instead of twenty people, there are two hundred guests. Mom has ‘The Look’ that can make grown men cower. Emma didn’t have a chance.
Shawn Reilly Simmons
Having established a reputation as a caterer serving up gourmet meals for clients in the entertainment business, East Coast caterer Penelope Sutherland and her Red Carpet Catering company are in Salacia Beach, California, for the filming of a potential summer movie blockbuster. Renowned producer Calvin Pope not only hired Penelope to cater the cast and crew’s meals, he’s her neighbor and owner of the beach house where she’s staying.
Professional caterer Penelope Sutherland is definitely out of her comfort zone working on a movie set in Forrestville, Indiana. Red Carpet Catering normally provides cuisine for celebrity events and movie crews in New York, but in order to have more creative freedom and save money, director Jennifer Carr is filming a new “The Turn of the Screw” in the Midwest town.
Easter is one of my favorite holidays. Not only is it a fun day with the family, usually accompanied by a great meal, it also signals that winter is definitely done and spring is upon us.
Penelope Sutherland may be on Florida’s Andrea Island surrounded by beautiful Hollywood actors, but she’s not on vacation. As the owner of Red Carpet Catering, Penelope has the difficult task of producing high-quality meals for the crew filming a 1890s period movie, The Yellow Wallpaper. Tensions are high between the residents who revere their history and the descending filmmakers, but that’s nothing compared to the hostilities that arise when two teenagers Penelope hired as waitresses go missing during a crew party.