Country Wedding: Why Not a Barbecue Buffet on the Menu?

Organizing a wedding involves many details to consider. From the choice of the date to the honeymoon to the organization of the wedding menu, the tasks to be performed by the bride and groom require a lot of preparation. When guests are asked what they liked about the wedding party, they often mention that the food was delicious. Have you chosen a country wedding theme? Are you worried about choosing a menu? Think of the barbecue, an idea that has become ultra-trendy! Let’s zoom in on the subject.

Why a Barbecue Buffet?

Coming straight from America, the barbecue has captured the attention of several brides and grooms lately. It is synonymous with wood fire, cooking over embers, or gathering around several pieces of meat grilled over a fire. Besides, it is the ideal formula to instill a festive and friendly spirit in your guests.

Say Bye-Bye to the Table Plan

Setting a seating plan is not easy, especially if you have guests who are not on good terms. With barbecue mode, forget about the headache! Your guests are free to choose their place. They can move around as they please and serve themselves as they please. Whether standing or seated to eat, your guests will have total freedom.

Note that the barbecue is ideally suited to a wedding celebrated in a small community.

No need to look elsewhere, the entertainment is already there!
The magic of the BBQ is to create a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Everyone will be at ease and can approach this or that person. It will also be a good opportunity for your guests to enlarge their circle of friends.

Original Recipes

Lobster soup or crispy spinach rolls as a starter? Medallions of monkfish with crayfish or stuffed lamb for the main course? Ice cream or pièce montée for dessert? So many choices to make, and you can’t decide?

Leave the ordinary dishes aside! Offer your guests originality with the BBQ. Rosemary skewers with vegetables, marinated fish fillet with pineapple, grilled marshmallows… All succulent recipes to delight your guests’ taste buds. In addition, you will be able to combine several ingredients and modulate the sauces, marinades, and spices to create a wide variety of dishes. The grill master will help you with this.

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A Barbecue Buffet for Every Taste

When planning a wedding menu, you have to consider your guests’ dietary needs: allergies, food taboos, tastes… With a barbecue, you don’t have to worry about this. The proposed menus are widely varied so that everyone can satisfy his greed.

Some Ideas of Food to Grill

No matter how your guests eat, they will have plenty of choices. Here are a few dishes you can offer at the barbecue.

Bulgogi

This is a Korean-style beef barbecue. The meat is minced and marinated in soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, or pear juice. When grilled, the meat cooks very quickly. Serve with rice.

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Pork Tenderloin

Pork marinades are available in several recipes: with fruit, ginger, garlic, sweet and sour… They can be accompanied by grilled vegetables such as onions, carrots, potatoes, zucchini…

Lamb Chops

The meat is marinated with sprigs of rosemary, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, and ground pepper. This dish is often served with a large Greek salad or roasted potatoes.

Thai Style Grilled Chicken

This is a Thai culinary specialty. The chicken pieces are bathed in a mixture of coconut milk, onion, garlic, coriander, soy sauce, ginger, ground pepper, curry powder, and Dijon mustard. Serve with curry and raisin rice.

Rosemary Vegetable Skewers

The recipe is very simple. Zucchini, peppers, carrots, tomatoes, potatoes cut into pieces are threaded on rosemary sprigs. They are interleaved with onions. We mix lemon juice, soy sauce, salt, pepper, and olive oil for the sauce. That’s it! The skewers are ready to be grilled.

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Grilled Marshmallows

As a dessert, your guests can enjoy toasted marshmallow skewers. Simply place the marshmallows on the end of the skewers and put them on the grill. They will start to melt slowly.