- Mrs. Bear Cheese Pie
- 1 year ago
We had our tasting a few weeks back, and oh my. It was all so delicious! I’m so excited to serve this food at our wedding next year, but since most people we know are heavy meat eaters, I wanted your opinion on if this sounds good. We wanted people to have filling food [every wedding I attend, all I can eat is veggies and dip, fruit, and cheese]. We also wanted simple foods everybody knows; not fancy dishes with ingredients nobody’s heard of before. Let me know what you think:
Fresh fruit skewers with a honey lime glaze [these were SO good]
Bruschetta topped with pesto, roasted red pepper and parmesan AND bruschetta topped with chopped tomato, basil, and mozarella
Creamy roasted tomato soup sips topped with a dollop of cream and herbs
Pasta bar with tri colored rotini and penne with choice of either marinara, alfredo, or oil and garlic with a hint of red chili flakes
Pasta bar will also have grilled mediterranean vegetables
Salad bar with three types of salad: Caesar salad with romaine lettuce, cherry tomatoes, house made croutons and parmesan cheese
I don’t have the descriptions for these since we just made the revisions but also a Greek salad and a sort of cole slaw-ish cabbage salad
There’s also an assortment of breads like garlic bread, herbed focaccia, rolls, and whole wheat knots
We’re having the reception at a brewery so there will be about six different kinds of beers. We’re providing red and white wine along with champange, and the caterer is providing sweet/unsweet tea and a pink wedding punch [it has cranberry juice, ginger ale, and some other fruit juices- I don't remember exactly now].
How does all of this sound to everyone who eats meat? Sound passable? Below are some pictures from our tasting.