Post # 1
We’re getting married next February in a restored brewery. The venue is all stone walls and wood beams and has sort of a cabin/lodge like feel. It’s very cozy. Our wedding will not be super formal so when we were meeting with our caterer, we told him we wanted well prepared, seasonal comfort food. He sent me a rough buffet menu. What do you guys think?
-Mini pulled pork sliders
-Peking duck rolls
-Roasted garlic mash
-BBQ Bourbon Chicken
-Asiago and Aged Cheddar Mac and Cheese
-Lamb and Guiness Stew
-Midnight table of grilled cheese/poutine
Post # 4
@Duncan: that’s the reaction i’m hoping to get 🙂
Post # 5
@Jellybones: Delish!!!!! Mmmmm!
Post # 6
That sounds amazing! Totally puts my menu to shame
Post # 7
You had to go and post this right before lunchtime, and you’re not even going to share? How rude.
Seriously that all sounds amazing. I want all of that.
Post # 8
@Jellybones: Sounds really heavy, but pretty delicious! Especially for a buffet.. which typically sound underwhelming. Maybe a salad option for people who eat lighter?
Post # 9
@Jellybones: That sounds amazing!
Post # 11
@Jellybones: Sounds yummy but I’d add more vegetables/salad.
Post # 12
@Jellybones: It sounds yummy, but are there any gluten free guests? They could probaby have the chicken and potatoes, but that would be it. Other than that, it sounds completely awesome and I would have loved it. Even now that I can’t eat gluten, I would be completely satified but would be happier if you had just a veggie, not a casserole. Or a salad. I’m not picky/
Post # 13
@Jellybones: Sounds soooo good! Can we be friends? 😉
Post # 14
Sounds delicous! Just make sure it is not too salty; have a tasting.
Post # 16
I agree with PPs, a salad of some sort would add a nice light tough to an otherwise heavy menue. I would go for a lettus or fruit salad of some sort just to have a light eliment.
Otherwise, it looks great, and I have an hour until lunch.