Post # 1
Already offering sirloin and a vegetable lasagna, but I’m wondering about the white meat dish. Regardless of my choice, it’ll be what I’m eating, so I’m only thinking about things that really appeal. I would like the artichoke chicken, but it may be a little out there for a lot of people. Thing is what are others likely to want?
Chicken Sorrento –
Boneless breast of chicken lightly breaded with prosciutto, mozzarella cheese, tomato parmesan, oregano and topped with a light tomato sauce.
Artichoke Chicken –
Boneless breast of chicken stuffed with artichoke hearts, spinach and red peppers in a zesty parmesan cheese sauce topped with Italian herbs and parmesan cheese then baked to a golden brown. Served on red pepper coulis with rice and a fresh vegetable.
Almond Coconut Tilapia
Balsamic Roast Pork Tenderloin
Post # 3
Honestly, I’m a very picky eater, and I would gladly eat sirloin or vegetable lasagna. You have simple options covered, so I think you can go a little bit more adventurous with the white meat and pick the asparagus chicken :).
Post # 4
I like the tilapia because chicken in common at weddings, so I think fish is a nice choice to offer.
Post # 5
I love red meat but I’d prefer the pork tenderloin out of those choices since it appeals to the majority of folks. I personally have had many bad experiences with catered chicken (usually undercooked when prepared for large groups which is dangerous) and I don’t eat seafood and there are many others who don’t.
Either way, artichokes are something that many folks actually don’t like.
Post # 6
Honey, you are the bride. And this is one among THREE choices? Get what YOU are going to eat.
(Aren’t you going to do a tasting though?)
Post # 7
Can’t do a tasting. Caterer is in Missouri, I’m in Georgia, and I can’t afford extra trips (how I wish I could! I haven’t met my nephew yet. 🙁 ) They also had chicken cordon bleu, but I know at least one guest who only eats chicken and fish.
Post # 8
You didn’t describe the pork tenderloin, but my guess is that it’s a very tasty option, especially with balsamic.
Tilapia is a really boring fish, I’d stay away from that one. But the artichoke chicken definitely sounds good.
Post # 9
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
Artichoke chicken sounds good to me. I’ve never heard of that being an “out there” choice. 🙂 I’m allergic to almonds so I can’t vote for an almond coconut tilapia, and I don’t eat pork… but I’d be happy with either of your alternatives if that helps with the picky eater crowd :).
Post # 11
Mmmmmm…you had me at “prosciutto, mozzarella cheese.”