Here at Spitting pig we have been catering for a variety of people this Easter and another one of our event was a spectacular Easter wedding which was as dazzling as the food was. We set up bright an early as the sun shone on the ancient wedding chapel, it was like the wedding was getting blessed.
The lovely Yorkshire couple had picked both; Spit Roasted Pig with Apple Sauce, Stuffing, Crispy Crackling as well as Spit Roasted Sirloin of Roast Beef served with Horse Radish Sauce, Yorkshire Puddings and Homemade Red Wine Gravy, they both sound mighty fine plus they will be served Crusty Bread Rolls, Selection of Sauces, Fresh Locally produced Vegetables and Roasted New Potatoes in Rosemary and Garlic. Wonderfully crafted Canapés were served as the guests arrived and delicious produced Puddings were served after the main course.
We were all ready prepared with canapés at the ready, gazebos up, tables laid, cutlery out, meat slowly roasting away. As the guests started to arrive and canapés were handed out while most of the guests gathered round to see the hog being roasted. We were asked many questions but one that kept coming up was, when would hog be read? Their mouths watered that bit more when we opened up the hog roasting machine and lifted the beautiful golden hog up into the carving position. By that time nearly all were gathered around watching it be carved onto a plate drizzled it with apple sauce and put some stuffing on the side, then we added roasted new potatoes with Rosemary and Garlic, some of our fresh vegetables, golden and crispy crackling. The bride and groom received theirs first, then the other guests who were in line. Some people before they even reached the table took a sneaky bite of the meat just to stop their belly and mouth waiting.
After munching down on a spectacular main, a light and delightful dessert was in order, Chocolate Torte and Cheesecake were perfect choices. Both were enjoyed extremely , the bride and groom were was really something special and we were told we made it that extra bit special, since the food was “truly amazing in every way” we said our goodbyes and drove back to the office knowing we had done a extremely spectacular job, we cleaned the glorious machines which helped us along the way and rested up until the next job.