Five minutes with Birmingham-based wedding caterer

Five minutes with Birmingham-based wedding caterer

I'm looking for a fun alternative to a three-course roast for my winter wedding – what would you suggest?

Jay Jones says: Start with a seasonal table sharing platter with a variety of meats, cheeses, pickles, chutneys and fresh bread – they're always a talking point and a great way to get your guests mingling. For the main course we specialise in pies. Our favourite for this time of year would be turkey, smoked bacon and cranberry served with red wine gravy, skins on mash, pickled red cabbage and crispy onions for texture. Followed by a winter warming sticky toffee pudding with vanilla custard – delicious.

For more infomation, visit www.pietanic.co.uk

 
 
 
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