By the Glass

Posted on: December 7th, 2015 by Frog Commissary
By Larry Sterner The holiday period is, for many, a time of celebration, special moments and toasts to mark them. More often than not, toasts call for sparkling wine. I… Read More

Coming Soon to the Franklin Institute

Posted on: December 7th, 2015 by Frog Commissary
The Franklin Institute has had a wonderful 2015, welcoming the most visitors since 2007 and introducing new educational experiences, including the reimagined SportsZone. Next year will bring a slate of… Read More

Franklin Foodworks Du Jour

Posted on: December 7th, 2015 by Frog Commissary
A large portion of Franklin foodworks’ customers are the kids of all ages who visit the The Franklin Institute—thus our hand-breaded chicken fingers, fresh made pizza and all-beef hot dogs… Read More

At Home

Posted on: December 7th, 2015 by Frog Commissary
By Steve Poses Whether you’re a guest or host during this season of parties, you want to be gracious and flexible, easygoing and accommodating. Here’s my best holiday season advice… Read More

The Takeaway

Posted on: December 7th, 2015 by Frog Commissary
By Elisa Ludwig This time of year, you never know just who is going to show up at your house and when. You may have an out-of-town guest for dinner… Read More

The Dish

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In the catering kitchen we’re cooking up something especially exciting for 2016: new seasonally changing menus. While Frog’s sales and culinary staff has always worked closely with customers to customize… Read More

Party in Focus

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By Tara Lyons In addition to the dozens of weddings, parties and corporate events Frog Commissary seamlessly orchestrates throughout the year, we also collaborate with The Franklin Institute’s Development department… Read More

Seasonal Musings

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By Elisa Ludwig The official culinary history of why oranges are exchanged for Christmas is a bit murky—some say that the pithy fruit represents St. Nicholas’ sacks of gold; others… Read More