Post # 1
here is our menu – keep in mind we dont have vegetarians or people with pork restrictions for religious reasons at our wedding:
Fresh Herb Crusted Beef Tenderloin Medallions with of a Demi- Glace served with julienne squah & zucchini with french green beans tossed in garlic herb butter, piped garlic whipped mashed potatoes & fresh baked rolls
Dijon Rubbed Pork Loin with Calvados Demi-glace served with complimenting fresh seasonal vegetable, starch, & fresh baked rolls
so pork and beef for options. i was gonna get a beef and chicken option but the chicken i did NOT like. so i went with one red meat and one white meat…
bearing in mind that we dont have to worry about vegetarians/vegan or people who cant eat pork – does it sound good?
Post # 3
I would be fine with the beef option but it’d be the only option I’d choose, I would be upset with the lack of chicken which is what I eat on a more regular basis. (very slowly becoming a non-red meat eater)
I’m not real big on pork. Granted this is just one opinion and I don’t know your guests feelings on pork, chicken just seems to be safer.
Post # 4
Sounds good to me! I’d choose the beef medallions. 🙂
Post # 5
I think it sounds good – I would go for the beef if I was to choose.
Post # 6
yeah i would have liked to have chicken but its this really nasty airline chicken thats VERY salty and i think unedible. they dont have liek a simple plain chicken breast or something.
Post # 7
I’m sure you could ask for a plain chicken or a different kind of sauce. We had the suace on our pork option changed 3 times
Post # 8
It sounds good to me and I would choose the beef.
Here is my one concern: you note that you won’t have any vegetarians in attendance, but what about those who don’t eat red meat? I know that there was that whole “Pork: The other white meat” campaign, but pork is technically red meat, so your options may be limiting to those who don’t consume red meat. Just a thought 🙂
Post # 9
I honestly just don’t eat beef or pork so to be honest I’d be kinda bummed if those were my only options. I’d try to look into seeing if they can change anything about the chicken so that you could have that option. I just know quite a few people who don’t like pork and who don’t want red meat…so I’d be concerned about those people. But obviously you know your guests best and they both sound like really good options if I ate red meat lol 🙂
Post # 10
you had me at “herb-crusted beef tenderloin”. I think pork and beef are good options if you don’t have to worry about vegetarians. Most people like one or the other.
Post # 11
I’m not a vegetarian, but I don’t really like beef or pork. If those were my only options, I’d probably pick at the side dishes and wish for a chicken, fish or turkey option. Is there a pasta option that’s available – maybe as a “vegetarian” option for those who don’t like beef or pork?
Post # 12
I agree with Goldilocks… is there any way you could add a veggie option? I don’t eat beef or pork so I’d be a bit bummed. That being said, if I saw those as my options on your menu I’d eat before I came and just nibble on some side dishes.
Post # 13
Pig is my favourite animal, but I have to say, that beef option sounds a-mazing! I’d be a happy camper at your wedding!
Post # 14
MMMMMMMM…it all sounds delicious to me!!
Post # 15
I think it sounds fine (of course I am a vegetarian) to me, they are pretty popular dishes. I just hope you don’t have anyone with any health restrictions. Beef and pork might not work for someone with say, a cholesterol problem. I’d at least consider chicken, just in case.
Post # 16
I don’t eat beef or pork either, but I am a bird and seafood eater! Usually if there isn’t anything on the menu I would like though, I just get more veggies and cake (if it is available). I think it will be fine.