(Closed) Ok to not offer beef?

posted 5 years ago in Food
  • poll: In addition to a vegetarian pasta dish & a chicken dish, what should we offer for our third entree c
    Pancetta wrapped pork loin (less expensive) : (70 votes)
    74 %
    Roasted prime rib of beef (more expenisve) : (25 votes)
    26 %
  • Post # 31
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    Helper bee
    • Wedding: February 2016

    Kay143:  As long as the food is good, no one will care what they are eating 🙂

    Post # 32
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    Honey bee

    I went to a wedding about 13 years ago, when I was still eating meat. Their two choices were prime rib, carved at the buffet, and a marinated pork tenderloin dish. I don’t think I had ever eaten that type of pork before (only ham) and it was delicious. The prime rib ended up giving me indigestion. It’s all in the way it’s prepared.

    Post # 33
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    Buzzing bee

    What’s for main?

    Post # 34
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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: April 2015

    Beef does say more formal to me, but I’m an easy guest so as long as I can choose something tasty to eat, I couldn’t care less if you offered beef or not. Eating is nice at a wedding, but it’s not the only thing a guest will be doing.

    Post # 35
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    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: March 2014

    I think it’d help if you gave us the full description, not just “beef” “pork” “chicken”. 

    “Penne in a porcini cream sauce with truffle oil” is a lot more black tie than “Penne in red sauce with sprinkle cheese”.  So what’s the beef description? (And even if you don’t have a menu card for each guest, I’d expect the waiter to be able to describe it in more detail than “prime rib”).     

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