What's For Dinner?

Oct 20 21:00 2002 Kari White Print This Article

If you are going with a catered affair for your ... your caterer more than likely will have pre-set menus in place for a wedding. But, how do you choose? Or if you are going to have your weddin

If you are going with a catered affair for your reception,Guest Posting your caterer more than likely will have pre-set menus in place for a wedding. But, how do you choose? Or if you are going to have
your wedding at a restaurant or you are going to do the food yourself, it can be a huge task to figure out what to serve.

First you need to select a cuisine you would like to serve (see Is A Theme Wedding In Your Future section for ways to discover your cuisine). Once you have figured out what type of cuisine
you want, how do you select what to serve? Here are a few suggestions on menu selection:

Greek

¤ Greek Salad, Spanakopitas, Dolmades (meat & rice stuffed grape leaves), Chicken or Beef Souvlaki’s

Japanese

¤ Noodle soups, Sushi, Shrimp Tempura, Stir-Fries

Mexican

¤ Salsa Salad, Black Bean Soup, Tortilla Chips, Chicken or Beef
Fajitas/Burritos or Enchiladas

Indian

¤ Hummus & Fresh Pita Platter, Samosas (stuffed & fried vegetable, beef or chicken turnovers), Tabouli Salad, Tandoori Chicken

Seafood

¤ Shrimp Cocktail, Smoked Salmon, Steamed Oysters, Grilled Rainbow
Trout

Thai

¤ Hot & Sour Soup, Fresh Spring Rolls, Pad Thai, Chicken or Shrimp Satays

Italian

¤ Caesar Salad, Garlic Bread, Minestrone Soup, Chicken Parmigiana

Of course, there are tons of other cuisines available and you can
always stick to the basics such as Prime Rib Dinner or Roast Beef. You should also try to offer a choice of a vegetarian meal and try to take note if any of your guests have any allergies.

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Kari White is an experienced event and wedding planner. As a result of numerous requests, she has now completed the Unique Theme Wedding Planning Guide which can be found at her web site along with a free weekly newsletter. Do yourself a favor and check it out today.

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