Guests enjoyed a plated course of arugula with Leelanau cheese raclette, heirloom tomatoes, crispy pork belly, and cider vinaigrette prepared by Epicure Catering. Local marinated grilled beef tenderloin with mushroom ragout and Lake Superior whitefish with garden pesto were also served with Bardenhagen Farms Hasselback potatoes and sautéed green beans with marcona almonds.
“Give the classic Old Fashioned a festive fall spin by substituting the sugar cube and maraschino cherry with coriander simple syrup and local plums. The coriander adds an unexpected flavor twist and the plums provide tartness and a pretty jewel tone your guests will love.”
—Cammie Buehler, Managing Partner, Epicure Catering
“No need to sacrifice on fun wedding details when staying close to home. Offer your guests a selection of your favorite aperitifs alongside some cigars from your local tobacco shop.”
—Cammie Buehler, Owner & Managing Partner, Epicure Catering & Cherry Basket Farm