The Royal Wedding: What’s on the Menu?

What's on William & Kate's Wedding Menu?

You just know, as a caterer, now that the ceremony is drawing to a close that the kitchens will be maniacally preparing a whole manner of canapés for the guest’s consumption. Champagne will be on ice and flutes or coupes will be ready to be filled. You can begin to build a picture of their potential preparations by looking through our menu’s on our website or viewing some of the photo’s from our Facebook feed.

It’s good to see a number of the canapes were trusty favorites we serve our guests. Reportedly the list consisted of:

– Cornish crab salad on lemon blini
– Pressed duck terrine with fruit chutney
– Roulade of goats’ cheese with caramelised walnuts
– Assortment of palmiers and cheese straws (As featured on our Dinner Party Menus)
– Scottish smoked salmon rose on beetroot blini (Our Buckwheat blinis are not a bad alternative)
– Miniature watercress and asparagus tart
– Poached asparagus spears with Hollandaise sauce (Or try them wrapped in Parma Ham from us)
– Quails eggs with celery salt (An absolute classic)
– Scottish langoustines with lemon mayonnaise pressed confit of pork belly with crayfish and crackling
– Wild mushroom and celeriac chausson
– Bubble and squeak with confit shoulder of lamb
– Grain mustard and honey-glazed chipolatas (We buy ours from Lees the Butchers in Kelso by the thousands!)

 – Smoked haddock fishcake with pea guacamole
– Miniature Yorkshire pudding with roast fillet of beef and horseradish mousse

– Gateau opera
– Blood orange pate de fruit
– Raspberry financier
– Rhubarb creme brulee tartlet
– Passionfruit praline
– White chocolate ganache truffle
– Milk chocolate praline with nuts
– Dark chocolate ganache truffle  (mmm all these petit fours sound awesome!)

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