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7/25/14 5:29 P

At my wedding reception we had cooked and salad foods as a buffet. That was 39 years ago. For my daughter's wedding we had a large variety of hot cooked meats and smoked fish, veges, pasta, cold meats, salads, sandwiches, savories, desserts, etc., most of which I did myself.

I always liked the concept of allowing people to choose, and part of that is because food allergies is rife in my family.


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LOUNMOUN Posts: 1,332
7/24/14 9:53 P

We had a fairly casual buffet set up.
cold sandwiches, chips, vegetable tray, fruit tray, cookies, cupcakes, cake, punch

It was fine. It wasn't at a meal time. Set up was simple. I feel like it was appropriate food for all ages, not expensive or messy.

These days I might be more conscious of different diets or allergies.

SUSAN29NJ Posts: 2,425
7/24/14 9:24 P

We had a sit down dinner with filet mignon, lobster tail, roasted potatoes and green bean almondine. Everyone seemed to like the food, so I would probably not change anything.

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7/24/14 8:15 P

What entrée and sides did you serve at your wedding? Was it full service or buffet style? If you were to do it over, would you change anything?

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