Post # 1
I found some photos online & am inspired by haricot vert bundles with dipping sauce. What dipping sauce do you think these are or what would go nice with them?
Also whats the difference between them & green beans? Not sure I can find them… could we just used green beans?
And what do you think these white cubes are? And the white discs on the plate with the strawberry(is that mini brie)?
Post # 2
tiffany7: Haricot vert is French for green beans.
If you look at the caterer’s menu page, it suggests the sauces might be Green Goddess and Red Pepper Goat Cheese.
You can email the caterer. I am sure they would be glad to help.
Post # 3
They’re french green beans that are typically longer/thinner than regular green beans. That looks like a dessert table so maybe a kind of cake/cookie and sugar cubes, marshmallows, or fudge? Hard to tell with just that picture.
Post # 4
tiffany7: “whats the difference between them & green beans?” — About $2.99/lb
Post # 6
I think the white squares in the stemmed dish are homemade marshmallows and the round discs- tea sandwiches frosted with cream cheese.
Post # 7
julies1949: Thank you… dipping sauce. I didnt notice that.
I thought about contacting them with other questions but I had to include phone # & it just felt wrong when I dont live there so theres no way I could use them.
Post # 8
tiffany7: They won’t mind.
Post # 9
tiffany7: what are the questions? about how to cook these items?
I would also say that its green goddess dressing in the first pic and marshmellows in the second
Post # 10
tiffany7: Agreed, looks like a Green Goddess, and the other some sort of fruit based vinaigrette. Pretty much anything would be good, a kalamata feta would be yummy too.
Those are definitely homemade marshmallows.
Post # 11
Yeah I definitely see marshmallows now! These seem so random… I never thought to have marshmallows by themselves. I bet theyre yummy.
Post # 12
tiffany7: Professional NYC food writer here! As someone mentioned they are green beans (haricot verts means beans green). The most classic thing to serve them with would probably be an herb butter, a vinegarette, a mustard sauce, or perhaps a hollandaise. Green beans are fabulous! As long as they’re in season during your wedding I think you’re safe going with any of these sauces. Best of luck!
Post # 13
The mini sandwiches are actually naked cakes, not tea sandwiches with cream cheese
Post # 14
VossinatorsButterfly: agreed on the naked cakes, and the item on the right seems to be shortbread-type cookies with a rabbit stamped on them.