Food Ideas for Your Nashville Wedding from Chef’s Market - Edible Spoons, Popcorn Bar, BLT Bites
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Nashville catering company, Chef's Market, invited engaged couples to their open house and tasting event to give brides an opportunity to chat with them in a more intimate, conversation-conducive setting than a bridal show. It was a great event that allowed couples to see Chef's Market's creativity, when it comes to food presentation and displays, and to taste just how delicious their food can be.
If you're not hungry now, you probably will be by the end of today's feature!
Chef's Market doesn't have a set style of cuisine and offers customizable menus to suit your event's style and vision. "We listen to the bride and groom and give them what they want for their wedding," explained Genna Dufault, Chef's Market's marketing assistant, "We're not boxed into any specific category."
Instead, Chef's Market showcased a variety of food options, designed to keep your guest entertained, fed and wowed, from popular to really unique options. There were smaller appetizers, short plates, and a dessert section.
Chips & Queso
Fruit & Cheese Platter with Gourmet Crackers & Sweet Fruit Dip
Corn & Avocado Salad on an Edible Spoon
Lobster & Tarragon Salad on an Endive
Tuna & Mango Tartar in an Edible Green Tea Cone
BLT Bites with Tomato Caviar
Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls with Southern Blue Cheese Dipping Sauce
Mini Sweet Potato Biscuits with Citrus BBQ Duck & Blackberry Ketchup
Short Plate Station
Absolut Citron Dill Gravlax with Lebanese Tabouli, Pumpernickel Toast Points & Roasted Garlic Aioli
Espresso Herb Seared Beef Tenderloin Medallions On a Rosemary Parmesan Crouton with Wild Mushroom Ragu & Red Onion Marmalade
ABG Notes: Edible spoons are fun and easy to handle. Your guests then won't have to worry about disposal or having to hold on to something.
ABG Notes: Another convenient appetizer or hors d'oeuvre option.
For dessert and treats, there was a 3-flavor, popcorn bar. Guests looking for slightly more decadent sweets could choose from banana pudding, chocolate mousse dessert shots, and mini cupcakes with flavors like hummingbird, strawberries and cream, and chocolate Elvis. At the end of the night, couples left with gift bags that included more yummy dessert.
If you're trying to find a caterer who will be able to meet your tastes and needs, do give Chef's Market a call to find out more of what they offer. Visit their website for examples of menus and their blog for catering tips and ideas.
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