Recently, Culinary Crafts's Mary Crafts-Homer was lucky to be asked by Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine to give a menu that would be perfect for the ever evolving 'foodie' couple. Well, of course she was excited to get started on this right away! What resulted was a chic, complex menu of traditional favorites, with surprising twists! Take the Bruschetta course, for example. Instead of doing the traditional basil and tomato offering, Mary elected to come up with a trio of bruschettas - Calamata Tapenade with Sweet Onion Agrodolce; Heirloom Tomato and Mozzarella Duxelle; and a Gorgonzola with Garlic-Seared Kale, Sultans, and Pine Nuts. YUM! Not only did Mary supply this delightfully layered menu, but she gave other tips as well! For a true foodie experience, she suggests serving pre- and post-ceremony sips and bites to keep your guests palettes happy! One of my favorite suggestions? A canapé station serving Lamb Carpaccio with Shiso and Ginger Scallion Sauce and Roasted Corn Griddle Cakes with Smoked Utah Trout, Caviar, and Creme Fraiché. Mmm... Such a fun feature and we are so thankful to SLPC Bride & Groom for asking us to create this dream menu! If you haven't already, make sure to pick up a copy of the magazine to see all of Mary's suggestions! Happy reading, everyone!
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