cateress

cateress

(ˈkeɪtərɛs)
n
a female caterer
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He has interests in Cateress Milling firm, which produces maize flour and Just Real Estate, a housing company.
After hearing a talk on the history of challah baking and its significance, kosher cateress Tami Witkes spoke about the inner dimension of challah making, followed by a hands-on challah making session.
Bettye Burnside, who worked as a cateress, was drunk in there, or so Daddy surmised, as she allowed the bell to ring for about fifteen minutes until his finger got sore from pressing the button.
The police boss said the principal claimed that the students had been called to prepare for an education trip but the school manager could not explain why 45 students had been in school since last Friday.The education officials who are being questioned are the Laikipia East Sub-County director of education, his Teachers Service Commission counterpart and and the school cateress.
She would then work as a senior cateress in several institutions including Siriba College, University of Nairobi and Kenya Institute of Administration, KIA.