Post # 1
We are having a plated dinner, and our caterer is offering us many many choices for dinner. I think we are going to offer two if not three choices, but we aren’t really sure what we want to offer. If you are doing a plated dinner, what is on the menu?
Post # 3
For the first course, guests can choose between ginger carrot soup or caesar salad. For the second course, we did three options. 1)Roasted pheasant stuffed with bacon and carmelized apples with garlic mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables 2)Herb roasted lamb with a raisin auj us, garlic mashed potatoes, and seasonal vegetables 3)Stuffed portabello mushroom (vegetarian). We also have a kid’s meal… so 4 choices all together! I’m excited about our menu (Fi picked it out) because it’s kind of a spin on the traditional beef or chicken. That being said, if you do go with 3 options, one should defnitely be vegetarian. I was surprised when we started getting RSVP’s back; some non-vegetarians chose the portabello mushroom because that sounded best to them! Go figure. 🙂
Post # 4
We are doing a duet meal of filet with boursin cheese on top & chicken picatta, served with garlic mashed potatoes and veggies. Everyone will get both meats, so we dont need to have people choose beforehand which entree they would like.
Post # 5
OOH!! That is a good idea! I hadn’t considered that before…I will definitely bring that up with our caterer. I bet they would like that because they wouldn’t have to worry about who ordered what while serving.