The top two pictures are our salad choices... tomatoes and roasted beets with goat feta, hot pepper jelly and chick peas and a grilled kale salad with hazelnuts, caramelized apples with a brie and honey dressing. They both were so good and even Jason liked the grilled kale which blew my mind (a lot!) because he is not normally a fan of green vegetables!
The next two photos are two of our entree choices. There is a lentil curry veggie option as well that I forgot to take a photo of. I probably was in a bit of a food coma by that time after trying both the roasted turkey with mashed potatoes and grilled brussel sprouts and the New York steak with grilled veggies and a potato pave.
Again, I forgot to take a photo of dessert but it was mouthwatering as well. A strawberry rhubarb crumble with lemon curd. Such a perfect ending to a great meal. I can't wait until June when I get to eat it again!
So, if you are still looking for a caterer for your wedding or event, enjoy the tastings! I don't want to promote just contacting caterers for free food if you have no intention on booking them (it's time and money for them as well) but you should definitely get a chance to taste the food that will be served to your guests. You should also get a chance to tweak the menu a bit to your liking and to what you think would suit your guests the most. Jason loves turkey so we took that over a chicken option and I knew that beef over salmon would be a bigger hit. Plus, because we have a number of guests with Celiac disease or a wheat intolerance, everything on our menu is already gluten free.
A tip that could save some money as well as increase the odds of your food tasting amazing is asking your caterer what will be in season at the time of your wedding. Sticking to in season veggies has a way of enhancing whatever they are paired with and we in BC, are so lucky to have a lot of options from local farms!