Wedding season is in full swing which means the Hog Roast Hythe team have been run off their feet with preparations for brides and grooms upcoming nuptials. Most recently, the team were booked by Kelly and her partner who were looking for a hog roast meal to be served as their reception dinner, and after discussing the available options we have on offer with our expert catering manager Jake, the loved-up couple decided that our southern slow roast menu would be perfect for their big day.
With the happy couple busy exchanging vows, the Hog Roast Hythe team, led by Jake, made their way to the reception venue at the Herons Park countryside campsite in Dengemarsh to set up before the newlyweds and their guests arrived. Thanks to our lightweight and portable cooking equipment, our teams are able to rustle up a succulent hog roast wherever our clients choose, and no matter if an event takes place indoors or outdoors, we can always offer the same exceptionally tasty results – even if we do say so ourselves!
Jake and the team raced against time to whip up a delicious buffet of cajun spiced free-range whole roast chickens, creole pulled quarter of spiced lamb and fall off the bone Louisiana sticky pork ribs which were to be served on our environmentally friendly wooden crockery alongside a selection of optionable side dishes which included generous platters of creamy mac and cheese, Greek salad, gluten-free rolls, Memphis style crunchy coleslaw and cajun spiced sweet potato wedges. For vegetarians and vegans attending, there was the added choice of grilled vegetable and haloumi skewers – and when Kelly and her new spouse arrived to discover the food was piping hot and ready for serving, they weren’t disappointed.
The Hog Roast Hythe team loves nothing more than helping couples make their big day even more spectacular, and it’s always an honour for us when we are trusted by newlyweds-to-be to handle one of the most important aspects of their wedding. We’re pleased to say that Kelly and her partner’s day went off without a hitch and with more than enough food to go around, none of the 80 guests were left hungry.