Spanish Wedding - Check.
Nacho Wedding - Check.
'Merican Wedding - Check.
French Laundry Wedding - Check.
Vegetarian Appetizer Wedding - Check.
Add Darin and Andy's Filipino/Hawaiian Wedding to the checklist. (stay tuned for August's Indian Wedding)
We were paid the highest compliment a Filipino wedding goer can pay "These lumpia are pretty good... for a white guy." (And the highest compliment possible from our server Anna "Wow John, these are hot-dig-a-liscious." Whitman students... inventing language daily.)
Stone Creek Manor was our venue for 150 guests (their first wedding production ever), as fine a site for a Walla Walla wedding in town. The grounds were immaculate and I believe owner Christine orchestrated the coolest July 4th/5th weather ever recorded in Walla Walla. (weather manipulation fees are very affordable at Stone Creek.)
For the cocktail hour we served four tasty appetizers. Darin's mother's lumpia recipe with a garlic chili vinegar, melon and pineapple skewers with a citrus mint dipping sauce, thai omelet rolls with soy lime dip, and shrimp skewers with cilantro cucumber coulis. One guest offered a server $20 if she could bring him more lumpia when they were all devoured. The fruit and citrus mint was so refreshing it was like a vodka cocktail on a stick. And after countless variations the shrimp has found a perfect partner with cucumber cilantro coulis.
- Amity's greens, veggies, chinese black bean vinaigrette
- Japanese noodle salad, spicy red peppers, carrots, green onions, cilantro, peanuts, mirin soy dressing
- Sticky rice
- Aloha coconut sweet potatoes
- Thundering Hooves kahlua pork
- Adobo chicken
- Dessert - Hidden Valley Bakery sweet biscuits, Klicker strawberries, ice cream, whipped cream
Darin swears the coconut sweet potatoes were the star of the show. (seriously Darin, sweet potatoes?)
Thank you so much for a fabulous catering experience!