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Childhood Favorites, Reimagined!

Have some fun with your wedding menu and introduce your family and friends to some of your childhood favorite food – all grown up, of course.

Cuisine: Chef Brady Broussard and Chef Mark Daniels for Messina’s Catering and Events

Photography: Jessica Burke for N.O.W.

A French Fry Bar:: There is just something about hot shoestring fries that makes your mouth water, but these fries are not your typical fast food variety! This Do-It-Yourself Gourmet French Fry Bar offers a variety of Gourmet Aiolis, assorted Salts and Truffle Oil. Who knew fries could be so fancy?!

Craft Lemonade Bar:: Rekindle memories of our childhood lemonade stand – only grown-up style now!! Fresh herbs and fruit are key to these citrus coolers! Offer guests these non-alcoholic lemonades: Strawberry-Basil, Raspberry-Mint, and Traditional Meyer Lemon Lemonade. We’re pretty sure these will rival the flavors of any craft cocktails.

Lobster Mac:: What is every child’s favorite food? That’s right! Mac-n-Cheese. And what says culinary elegance more than lobster? Mac n cheese + Maine Lobster = Party Perfection. Serve this up in a martin glass with a garnish for extra flare!

S’mores:: Remember those childhood camping trips and making s’mores over the camp fire? So sweet! Now meet the grown up S’mores…and they’re better than you remember! Combinations of dark and milk chocolate, caramel, ginger snaps, shortbread crisps and marshmallows will take your guests back to simpler times!

Boozy Milkshakes:: Treat your guests to a Boozy Milkshake Bar! Who needs coffee when milkshakes are so much more fun?! Pair your favorite ice cream with your favorite liquor to create a fun adult concoction…so simple, but so worth it!

Deconstructed Desserts::  For your enjoyment, a classic ice cream parlor-style Bananas Split, deconstructed OR add a New Orleans vibe with deconstructed Bananas Foster!

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Jennifer Vogel was raised in Metairie, LA. Now living in Ohio, she still draws from her New Orleans roots for inspiration in her work. Jennifer freelances in web design / development, graphic design and, now, writing for New Orleans Weddings Magazine.

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