(Closed) Taste Testing_idea?!

posted 8 years ago in Food
Post # 3
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Sugar bee

I found it helpful to ask about portion size and how red meat is cooked to serve a group. We also noticed bacon was used in an app. where we didn’t expect it (this was only helpful as some of FI’s friends don’t eat pork). Tastings are also a good time to ask about changing things if there’s something you don’t like or if there is something you do like about a main course you decide not to choose. For example, we asked if we could switch the side on one of our main dishes. Otherwise, I would say just go and enjoy the food. Maybe bring along someone with different tastes if you and Fiance tend to like all the same things so you can have a bit of variety on the input.

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden

I would remember to BE HONEST!  If you don’t like something, you should tell them, and let them tell you how they could do it differently.  We were able to choose specific items to taste also, and they showed us what seemed like hundreds of other options.  If you don’t see something that you like, be sure to ask them if they can make it – just because they haven’t before doesn’t mean they can’t or are unwilling (in many cases).  Enjoy!  It’s a delicious free meal and hopefully the beginning of a great (contractual) relationship!

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