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Food at it's FINEST

Soooo. .I've come to the conclusion that CHICAGO is where it's at right now!! 
From Hot Author's. .FABulous cooks. .and of course we can't forget our Handsome PRESIDENT who served in the Illinois Senate. .Whoop!!

I LOVE giving shout outs. .so this time I'm shouting out MY Big Sister (from another) and her Sister ;") Lol  
The Fabulous ladies of "Two Sister's Catering" straight out of the westside of Chicago, Illinois!!



I am a SOUTHERN girl all the way and when I tell you these ladies have a menu out of this world. .They do!! Any type of fix you may have. .they can satisfy. .and of course they have CUPCAKES!!

Who are the "Two Sisters"?

Two sisters who were born & raised on the West Side of Chicago. Having a love of food our their entire lives, they became serious about creating a unique eating experience & began working on elevating those every day delights into memorable decadence. A savory and dessert catering Service Company offering delicious decadent pastries, succulent savory creations and impeccable service for intimate home dinners, birthday parties, barbeques, rehearsal dinners, weddings, anniversary celebrations, corporate events and other social gatherings.

      Here are a few of their specialties. .

   Jack Daniels Wings

  Roasted Pork Butt

    Fried Pork Chops with Spaghetti, Broccoli Medley, 
 Dinner Roll and Side Salad

And last but not least. .The CUPCAKES!!

   Raspberry Lemonade Cupcakes 
(with Raspberry Lemonade infused Buttercream Icing)

Sweet Potato Pie Cupcakes
(with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Icing) 

Banana Pudding Cupcakes

Now you can see why when I get the chance I will be flying up to Chicago. .just to EAT!!

For more information or to book these ladies to cater your next event 
email twosisters@email.com or call (773) 305-5782
Also Check them out and *LIKE* their Facebook page "Two Sisters Catering"

Enjoy ;")
@TNBeautyQueen
@TheSophisitKats

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