It Takes Two… to Cater

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A wedding is a very merry event; the guests come for the happy couple, but there’s no question why they stay. Sure, it may be the DJ’s mixes that get them out on the dance floor, but we all know that everyone stays for the food. Thanks to Two Fat Men Catering, your guests will leave fat and happy too!

The Two Fat Men team creates a menu that accentuates the style of the bride and groom. This is the first meal that the couple will be sharing as a union, and should be treated as such. The team’s event manager Ashley Moore explains that the first step and a couple should take would be choosing a wedding theme. “Our team blends the decor to mirror the wedding theme so the food is highlighted during the reception.  Once you have a vision, we bring it to life with vibrant colors, the freshest crops, and will leave their guests with a memorable food experience on their special day!”

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As a testimony to their personalized menus, one Wisconsin couple brought in their favorite blocks of cheese for the team to include throughout all of their dishes. The couple’s family and friends from Wisconsin loved the creative touch! “They even brought us cheese heads to use for props on our displays for decoration,” says Ashley.

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Although you may always choose your favorite carb-saturated pastas, Two Fat Men has many healthy options on the plate with choices such as grilled salmon atop a rice pilaf, smoked chicken, southern style green beans and mixed vegetables. Their plates may even be created for vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free guests.

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Chef Ed Riley grew up in Byrdstown, Tennessee. He worked closely in the kitchen with his mom and grandmother. Understanding the true “farm to table” concept, Ed strives to create new recipes with a Southern twist, known as the “Fat Man.” Two Fat Men Catering now averages over 500 events per year. With the success of the catering business, the opening of the Mo’Cara restaurant in 2012 has taken the business to a brand new level.

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