Post # 1
- Wedding: September 2016 - State Park
When you hear someone say BBQ what do you think?
Fiance and I are getting married at a barn in July. We are planning to have BBQ for the food. I’m planning around a burlap and lace type theme, with vintage and romantic touches.
What is your favorite must have BBQ dish?
So far I’m thinking: pulled pork, brisket, potato salad, baked beans, cornbread. But I’m drawing a blank on all the other must have favorite BBQ items.
Post # 2
- Wedding: September 2014 - Merritt Winery
We had BBQ food for our reception. We had ribs, chicken, corn on the cob, and potato salad. Your menu sounds great.
Post # 4
We had pulled pork, turkey, potato salad, baked beans, macaroni and cheese, dinner rolls, and green beans
Post # 5
BBQ chicken, burgers, potato salad…if it’s hot out I’ll be hoping for salad, fruit, or some other cold/refreshing dish. Beer!
Post # 6
- Wedding: May 2015 - Walnut Hill Bed & Breakfast
We are having BBQ pulled pork too! Probably not going “full bbq” on the menu though… i have some vegetarian friends so we’ll have stuffed shells or something too.
Post # 7
when i hear bbq, i think backyard cookout. i know bbq in the south is low and slow cooked meat. so their bbq and my bbq are not the same thing.
that being said, if i was going to a cookout, i would want some a variety of salads, pasta salad, fruit salad in addition to meat. you might want to thing about turkey or chicken for those that don’t eat red meat.
Post # 9
Pulled BBQ chicken sandwiches with cole slaw (I don’t eat pork), Mac and cheese, grilled corn on the cob.
Post # 10
Fruit and grean beans are a must have for me! My favorite bbq place is City Barbecue. I would sugget checking out their menu online for some inspiration.
Post # 11
Hahaha when you asked what we thought of when we hear the word BBQ, I thought “hmmm a nice summer evening in July, if it’s a wedding maybe a barn”
That said, I was going to say watermelon but PP beat me to it! What about ice cold lemonade/pink lemonade?
Post # 12
- Wedding: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception/The Gallery
Definitely corn, cole slaw, and mac & cheese! I do agree with a potential vegetarian option, many places do a really good portabella bbq thing, I’d see if that’s possible. So good.
Also, don’t know where you’re from exactly, but with BBQ here, people love burnt ends. And maybe chicken wings, also.
Post # 13
For our country wedding in October we had BBQ catered and it included pulled pork, brisket and ribs. We also had sides of macaroni and cheese, baked beans and potato salad. Everyone was LOVIN it 🙂 We also served rolls in case people wanted to make sandwiches. Our drinks included mint julep, lemonade, beer, mimosas and lemon water. All around it was a success. Good for you for doing BBQ!
Post # 15
Mmmmm! I love ribs, chicken thighs, brisket, pulled pork for the meats.. Or panko breaded tofu or grilled portabellos as vegetarian options.
We ordered BBQ the other night and our sides were delish, roasted brussel sprouts with pomegranate seeds, pine nuts, and goat cheese tahini, mashed potatoes with hickory sticks, and a kale salad.
When I made it at home I do cornbread, sauteed greens, and baked beans.