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1st Food Tasting!

Thursday, January 7, 2010

and the last!!

Ramon and I had our first tasting not too long ago. Fortunately, we were accompanied by his lovely mother and his gorgeous sister. We thought it was important to bring along fresh taste

At our arrival and in good old blackhawk {our venue} fashion, we were greeted at the door by our "oh so lovely" venue coordinator, Shannon. She's an absolute a doll to work with. Shannon escorted us to our private tasting dinning area. First thing she did was introduced us to our waiter and their talented chef who would be preparing our meals the day of. She basically walked us through the tasting process, took our drink order and was on her way so that we may privately enjoy our tasting amongst ourselves.

We indulged in several savory entrees and desired to keep them all {if we lived in a perfect world, of course} Well, yeah, that dream didn't last very long as we were quickly slapped
in the face with reality. Our reality was that we were only allowed to serve 4 dinner plates and 1 of which had to be catered to our veggie eaters. {pooie} So in "REALITIES" reality we had to narrow it down to 3! JUST 3! And with a reluctant heart, we did as we were told. No complaints here! We are offering our guests a beef plate, a chicken plate and a seafood plate.

Introducing our drool worthy menu selection!

Option #1: 12 ounce ROAST PRIME RIB OF ANGUS
served with natural juices and cream horseradish sauce

Option #2: Macadamia Nut Crusted Halibut Fillet
served with citrus avocado salsa

Option #3: Chicken De Parma
Boneless chicken breast stuffed with proscuitto, fontina and garlic crusted with pine nuts and herbs marsala shallot demi glaze

And of course our entrees will be served with a beautifully displayed Greek salad accompanied by an assortment of hot, fresh, baked breads.

{We chose the display on the left side. Sorry for the lousy picture}

To all the brides that will or have been offered a food tasting, I 100% recommend to attend. Not only because of the fun and memorable experience or the delicious foods you'll partake in, but because you get to choose the best of the best for your guests. After all, you're paying for it. You should be secure and confident in what you present to your guests! =)

So what do you think about the menu options? Which plated dinner would you choose?

1 comment:

Amanda said...

woo jaryce!! everything looks SO great! i can't believe how quickly the time is flying. i guess i need to call my planner and set up a tasting ;)

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