Post # 1
Does this menu sound good? It’s being served “family style”, so each table will share all the items.
Cold Appetizers served with Pita Bread
- Hummus Dip (Garbanzo Beans, Tahini Sauce & Garlic)
- Skordalia Dip (Potato, Garlic & Olive Oil)
- Tabouli (Bulgur wheat with tomatoes, parsley & green onions)
- Feta Cheese and Greek Kalmata Olives
- Spanakopita Triangles (filo stuffed with spinach and feta cheese)
- Falafel Patties (Garbonzo bean patties served with tahini sauce)
- Keftedes Meatballs (Greek meatballs)
- Tyropita Triangles (filo stuffed with feta cheese)
- Gyros (Beef, Lamb, and Spices)
- Chicken Souvlakia Kabobs (Chicken, red onions, bell peppers)
- Vegetarian Pastichio Casserole (Noodles, sautéed vegetables topped with filo dough)
- Tri-Tip Steak
- Rice Pilaf
- Lemon Potatoes
- Oven Carrots
- Greek Grean Beans
Post # 3
That sounds to die for. I would adore your wedding!
Post # 4
I love Greek food, so I would be very happy at your wedding. Just as a word of warning, though, older guests sometimes have more limited palates and are wary of “foreign” food. I’m not sure if both of your families, are Greek (in which case, disregard this), but if not, I would just maybe make sure both sets of parents are cool with it? When we chose our food stations menu, FMIL felt very strongly about having at least one traditional American station with very plain food, because anything else would be too wild for her and her friends. I’m not saying that you’re obligated to accommodate everyone’s preferences, but it’s something to be aware of.
Post # 5
That sounds amazing! Your guests are lucky:)
Post # 6
OMG, can I come eat at your reception???
Post # 7
that sounds yummy!!! I love family style service. and the food is making me salivate just thinking about it.
Post # 8
Hmmm I think i need many samples to decide…..
jk sounds amazing
Post # 9
YUMMY! sounds amazing but i am a little confused…your wedding is in May and I have not yet received my invite…. ahahaha! JK! 🙂 your guests are lucky!
Post # 10
It sounds fantastic and is very well balanced-hot and cold, richer and lighter dishes, meat and veggie dishes. I can’t imagine anyone nit liking it.
Post # 11
There will be two older guests there who are reluctant to eat non-traditional type food. They both like tri-tip though, and that will be traditional, so I am hoping those two guests will be okay with eating the tri-tip, pita bread, rice, and carrots at minumum.
Neither of us are Greek, but we both love Greek Food and I am a vegetarian, so I wanted ot have plenty to eat at my own wedding.
Post # 12
YUM sounds FABULOUS. Love Greek food!
Post # 13
I’m getting really hungry all of a sudden…. 😛
Post # 14
We just had Greek food for dinner tonight. Sounds great and like a lot of food!
Post # 15
Sounds good! The only thing I would add is tzatziki sauce!
Post # 16
Yum!! But, that seems like a lot of apps?