Post # 32
@langloiswedding2013: you can also order your bread in bulk from the bakery before your wedding, they will make it fresh for you and make sure no one else buys it. As for the trial run, have some family over and present The buffet as you would when you have your wedding. That way people can eat all the food you made, and you will get a general idea of how much people will take. As for freezing sauces, some sauce like your basic red sauce freeze well. But there have been times when I didn’t let the sauce cool enough and it was freezer burned when I pulled it out. I wouldn’t freeze sauce, just make them the day before, or better yet, buy them in cans in bulk already. And to remove the “metal” taste from a red sauce add a little sugar.
Post # 33
- Wedding: November 2013 - old cheese factory
@VossinatorsButterfly: freezer burnt is no good. lol i will have to try that trial thing. make it all the night before and then try and reheat everything to see how it works out. thanks for the metal taste tip 🙂 i was just talking with my sister (lives out of state) and she will be coming 2 days before the wedding, so im thinking im going to have my “bachelorette” party the night before the wedding (no drinking, or maybe 1 drink lol) and have everyone bring a thing of cooked and oiled noodles. that can be their gifts to me. lol then i dont have to worry as much about getting them all cooked. im leaning towards doing as much sause premade (like out of the can) and then adding a little bit of fresh to each one to keep cost down and save time. just gotta do some taste testing to make sure it all tastes good. lol my favorite part is taste testing 🙂