What did you/will you eat at your wedding?

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  1. Oblivion.

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    I'm thinking McDonald's
     
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    Valium most likely.
     
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  3. Vassago

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    Braised spicy pork belly with butternut squash gnocchi and sage butter
    Beet risotto with butter-poached prawns and tarragon salsa verde
    Chargrilled atlantic salmon filet with warm bacon potato salad, french beans, grilled zucchini and charred lemon
    Prime rib with roasted yams, mushrooms and black garlic sautee, red cabbage and asparagus
    Wedding cake made with cheese wheels

    My brother (photography) failed at getting photos of one of the things that is most dear to us... food. So they're mainly shitty iphone pics.


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    shrimps
     
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    @Vassago Your cheese wheel cake is legendary :bow:
     
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    Thanks, I made it myself! Researched and ordered each wheel, carefully removed the wax skin on half of each wheel, and stacked them with the ribbon between each.
    The only thing I didn't do is make the succulent bouquet that's attached to it.
     
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    Did you guys follow the tradition of saving the top tier of the cake to eat on your 1st anniversary? Idk how that would work with cheese :imslow:
     
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    We saved the remaining 3/4 of the bottom two largest wheels of gouda that didn't get eaten. Froze it and then brought out chunks to be used in pasta, soups, etc. I think we still have about 1/4 of a wheel left.


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    :rofl: I love it so much, so fucking original
     
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    Wasn't that cheese wheel cake incredibly hard to cut?
     
  11. Vassago

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    Not too tough with a good cheese knife. The largest pieces were smoked gouda, nothing excessively hard like a parmesan or anything.
     
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    That cheesewheel wedding cake almost makes me wish I was having a real wedding damn
     
  13. Vassago

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    You can make a smaller version for your birthday! I'm sure it will be much more affordable and have a larger selection of cheese to pick from.
     
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    Cheese is way more expensive than birthday cake
     
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    Depends on if you're making it yourself or hiring someone else to do so.
     
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    OMG karin lets have an inbetweenie and make a cheese cake
    What cheese wheels are good? I only eat brie and cheese whiz tbh
     
  17. Vassago

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    Just go to a cheesery and ask to sample them.
     
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    You will like smoked Gouda I think
    No cheese wiz wtf
    You come to calgy we will go to the cheese store and sample cheese
     
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    No you come to Vancouver I can't leave my cats
     
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    Idk where cheese is ther e but maybe
     

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