Nosh No-Nos for Nuptials

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Music – “Wedding March” from A Jazz-Inspired Wedding by Craig Curry. Released: 2013

June has long been associated with weddings. With weddings comes food (usually). Offerings at wedding receptions are about as diverse as are the couple, who just exchanged vows. From traditional (the whole multi-tiered cake slathered in butter frosting, fondant and adorned with colourful flowers, lace, etc.), to the country-style, jazzy, exotic, down-home, the food planning for a wedding reception is wide-open, depending on the tastes of the bride and groom (or bride & bride, groom & groom…you get the picture), and the tastes of their guests.

However, there is one caveat to serving food at a nuptial celebration: practicality and the degree of difficulty in consuming the food without ruining the rented tux, the heirloom bridal gown, the expensive bridesmaid dress that will never be worn again (thankfully), and the reputation of the hosts. In that light, I offer a few suggestions for those wedding planners about what NOT to serve at their upcoming festivities.

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About vintagecookbookery

Cookbook lover and collector with a burgeoning collection of cookbooks. Reading and researching food trends, history of cooking techniques and technological advances in cooking, what we eat and why and cookbooks as reflectors of cultures is a fascination for me. As of November 7th, 2013, I hold the current Guinness World Record title for the largest collection of cookbooks: 2,970 at the official count on July 14th, 2013 (applaud now, thank you very much!) The current (unofficial) number is now 6,037. What next? More shelves!
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