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Paul Foster

My Wedding menu

Posted on 08 Feb 2011 at 04:07

In April 2012 I am getting Married to my Fiancee Rhiain. It is early days but we have alot to organise and the food is a massive part to me.

Although I am a chef and I cook and create dishes/menus every day I have no idea what to have for the meal. Me and Rhiain have had many discussions and keep coming up blank, so I decided to put it on here to see if people could help.

I am always inclined to go for something a little different but we have to please the other 70 people too. So I welcome all your ideas and themes ensuring they are seasonal.My good friend Adam Bateman twitter name @chefkhymia (AKA Craig Blackman) is doing the cooking.

Please add any comments below.

Thanks for your help..........

Comments

  • Wedding Food

    Michael Price - February 8, 2011 at 16:47

    Hi Paul, I too am a chef, my sister has asked me to come up with something for her wedding. We are going for picnic baskets with dressed crab, cheese, sourdough, potted duck, terrines etc

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  • food for thought!

    David Thomas - February 8, 2011 at 16:53

    I actually quite like the idea of a genuine British theme for the food, maybe a pub meal with a Foster twist!

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  • Wedding food

    Paul - February 8, 2011 at 16:55

    Hi We were looking at picnic baskets as we are going for a subtle Alice in wonderland type theme. just the logistics we couldnt work out.

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  • The 'Real' Wedding Breakfast

    Gregg Thorne - February 9, 2011 at 09:18

    As you know it is called the 'Wedding Breakfast' because breakfast is the first meal of the day and this is the first meal of your married life together so why not take the 'breakfast' part literally and theme the courses around things you might eat at breakfast eg:- first course - eggs florentine - second course - haddock, poached egg, black pudding - main - sausages/bacon desserts - yoghurt, granola, banana, pastries, croissants. The dishes dont need to be in there normal breakfast state I just mean that you could create dishes playing on the ingredients - twists.......everyone loves breakfast i think it would work well for a large group all of which might not be as food orientated as you or I.

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  • Wedding Idea

    Curt Taylor - February 9, 2011 at 17:09

    Hiya mate, how about, considering the time of year, capturing a bit of an easter within the menu? So for Desert maybe Trio of Chocolate or a Chocolate fondant with Orange sorbet/ice cream? Urm, as its April, main could be based around lamb cutlets? Its a good time for Asparagus too, so possible a creamy asparagus to start or fried quail eggs with asparagus stalks on a bed of some form of lettuce? Just putting it out there?!

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  • Diego

    Diego - July 25, 2014 at 20:05

    A few years ago I'd have to pay someone for this inmrofation.

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  • Jeana

    Jeana - July 27, 2014 at 12:10

    That's more than seielbns! That's a great post!

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  • Bety

    Bety - July 30, 2014 at 22:39

    A bit suesriprd it seems to simple and yet useful.

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