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Like many aspects of planning a wedding, when deciding your menu, there is no limit to how fancy or exotic you can go. Herb encrusted roasted snails? Yes, please. Thai-style Mangosteen Clafouti? Why, but of course. On a more serious note, however, deciding on a menu can get complicated when you take into account that everyone has different taste buds. What you find delectable someone else might find completely unappealing. So how to choose a menu that has just the right blend of taste, visual appeal and panache?
To begin with, …
How much food to serve at your party. More specifically, how many items per person to serve.
All great parties need a little something to keep them running smoothly. In this situation, the ‘something’ we are referring to is that magical substance called alcohol.
To cook that someone a special meal filled with his or her favourite dishes has always been seen as a romantic gesture, so why does that someone special have to try and stomach completely different food at his or her wedding? Could the caterer actually have the last say on what gets served and what not?
Wedding catering is a business all about presentation, taste and flair, so please spare a moment for the caterer that got told – ‘we want cabbage on our menu and lots of it’. Don’t get me wrong here – nothing wrong with cabbage, but serving it as part of a delicate menu at a wedding proved to be a complicated task. Oh and then there was the little incident as well.
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With the day of love and romance upon us, many brides decide to invite ST Valentine day to their wedding. This romantic day is marked worldwide with millions of people getting hitched in a gesture of ultimate romance. But a few are taking an opposite stance and refuse to invite a dead saint to their weddings.