Early spring is a great time
to showcase local and seasonal food ideas and this can really help to personalise
your wedding catering.
Mulled cider will warm
your guests up especially if the weather is still on the chilly side and you are having photos
outside. There are many small regional
producers of both cider and apple juice which is good for a non-alcoholic
Soup would be the perfect
starter, served in small bowls (you don’t want to fill everyone up too
soon!) Root vegetables will be at their
best after some frost, try celeriac for something more unusual.
We are having a cosy afternoon of baking including these pumpkin cupcakes just in time for Hallowe'en.
The sneaky vegetables, super food berries and nuts make them healthy enough for a week night, at least that's what I am telling myself!
Have a go and see what you think...
To make 12 cupcakes
175ml sunflower oil, 175g dark muscovado sugar, 3 large eggs
200 g grated pumpkin or butternut squash, 100 g dried cranberries,
zest of an orange, 2 tsp mixed spice, 200g self raising flour,
1 tsp bicarb of soda
We are delighted to be the exclusive caterers at the wonderful Railway Barn at New Hall Vineyard. This charming rustic barn is available to hire for weddings and parties and offers a flexible setting that can be personalized and styled to create a unique venue.
Working with the lovely people at New Hall our approach is open-minded and open-hearted, we have no plans to become a wedding factory! As well as providing the delicious food we will assist with the planning and coordination to ensure you have an amazing day which you will remember for the rest of your lifes.