Post # 31
We had crab cakes and short ribs, and the vast majority chose crab cakes. If I could do it over again I would have filet mignon instead of short ribs, they were delicious and I thought it would be more popular than it was, but I think a lot of people thought it was like babyback ribs and didn’t want to get messy, even though they are nothing like that!
Post # 32
- Wedding: September 2017 - Poppy Ridge Golf Course
Based on the entree descriptions we’re leaning toward beef and fish plus a vegetarian dish if desired. But our guest list is small and I know majority eat both options. Our minds may change after the tasting if something else is exceptionally good. Personally, I would not want chicken and fish on the same plate.
Post # 33
I would just go with the two that tasted best!
Post # 34
I would make sure there was a beef option but that’s because chicken and fish that hasn’t been cooked by me/ is sitting out makes me nervous (I once was served a piece of chicken that was still raw inside so bad experience) so I always choose the beef option at a wedding.
Post # 36
I would do chicken and beef. I don’t care for salmon personally, but I think wedding/ mass produced seafood always tastes funky, and even though I love seafood and often order it at restaurants I always avoid it at weddings, galas, and banquet hall events. More people eat chicken than fish, unless you happen to know a lot of people who don’t eat meat but eat fish (and would prefer it over a veggie option)