Post # 1
We’re having a traditional sit-down evening dinner reception for our wedding next June. We plan to give people three entree options: chicken, beef, or vegetarian. However, we are having a hard time deciding which chicken option to go with. I want something that most people will like, but I also want it to be yummy and not just “blah, chicken.” I know which one I would choose….which one would you?? Please vote in the poll 🙂 And if there are any you absolutely would not choose, tell me why! Thank you for sharing your opinions!
Post # 3
I think it would be helpful to know what your side dishes are. : )
Post # 4
I’m sure they are all delicious. I ruled out the first one because of the garlic ( I love it but not the most desireable at a wedding) and the last one because flakes of puff pastry dropped on dresses leave greasy stains.
Post # 5
Between toscano and florentine.. but I think at a wedding toscano, I wouldn’t want to feel too bloated from the pastry to dance and stuff after dinner.
Post # 6
I said the grill chicken because if someone is a very picky eater they most def would not mind the girll chicken choice since its not creamy.
Post # 7
I think the florentine sounds so yummy!
Post # 8
I am a sucker for nything with artichokes and spinach… sign me up!
Post # 9
I would choose 2 or 4 most likely 4. I would definitely not choose 1 because alot of people dont like mushrooms. I like stuffed mushrooms and mushrooms on pizza but I wont eat anything else with mushrooms in it..oddly enough
Post # 10
I’d be fine with being served any of the choices except the first one with mushrooms. I don’t like or eat mushrooms. I voted for the second one with artichokes, because I love artichokes. 🙂
Post # 11
Ohhhh the pastry and spinach!
Post # 12
Thanks everyone for your help! @CholeLeAnn, I would have posted the side dishes, but I don’t know what they are! I’m assuming some sort of potato or other veggie. This was all my menu provided. We’re going to the tasting next month, and I get to pick two chicken dishes to try. We were already planning to try the toscano, so I’m glad to see it’s the winner! Think I will pick the florentine to try also, since it came in second. Again, thank you all for sharing your opinions. I don’t like mushrooms either, so if we go with the toscano I might see what they can do about removing them.
Post # 13
I’d select either the toscano or flourentine. I don’t understand the whole putting fruit in chicken thing and I’m not a fan of artichokes.