The Captivating Culinary Delights of Saint Germain Catering

Creating the Ultimate Holiday Menu

At Saint Germain Catering, we know food. With the holidays upon us, there is absolutely no more important component to a holiday gathering than what is on the table. From our experience as a top corporate caterer in the Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC areas, we have plenty of experience building holiday menus and dishing them out to hungry holiday revelers. Want to try something a little different this holiday season? Check out our recommendations for unique holiday meals!

Saint Germain Catering Wishes You The Happiest Of Holidays!Appetizers. Make sure to open the appetites of your diners with fantastic, beautiful hors d’oeuvres. For the cheese lovers, give baked camembert with sun-dried tomatoes a try. If you like layered pastries like baklava, you must give caramelized onion tarts with apples a try. Of course, fondue is a perpetual crowd pleaser and is great if you are hosting a large group of people.

Main Dishes. Wow your guests with an incredible main like holiday hens with fig glaze and cornbread stuffing, or perhaps reach out for a pork main like roasted suckling pig with mushroom stew. Want to get a little wild and crazy and serve your guests a main like they’ve likely never seen at a holiday dinner before? Go out on a limb with delicious and unusual stuffed squid.

Sides. Of course, the sky’s the limit with your sides. Go traditional with duck fat potatoes, green beans with almonds, and scalloped corn for crowd pleasers that everybody will enjoy. If you want to get a little more unique, try blue cheese and pine nut puffs, herb- and goat cheese-stuffed mushrooms, or even mashed potatoes with savory thyme granola!

Desserts. End your holiday meal with a bang by providing an outstanding dessert. For the nut-lovers among you, you’ll enjoy pecan squares, and white chocolate almond cake will prove irresistible. The chocoholics will go nuts for chocolate fudge cheesecake, chocolate truffle cheesecake, and snowy chocolate baby cakes. If you want to prevent a nut-vs-chocolate war, give chocolate velvet cake with coconut-pecan frosting a go. If you want to floor your guests with layers of fruit and cake, go with the red berry pavlova tower!

The options are nearly limitless when it comes to planning your holiday meal – and you can certainly make it one to remember! Don’t forget to contact us here at Saint Germain Catering if you need a little help from a corporate caterer to ensure maximum holiday cheer.

What are your favorite holiday dishes?

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