Springtime Celebration Luncheon Menu

Springtime Celebration Luncheon Menu

Recipe and Photos by Ellen Easton © 2020- All Rights Reserved

Ellen Easton shares with us her Springtime Celebration Luncheon menu, including recipes and photos of place settings.  A lovely three course meal featuring a soup entree, fish entree and finishing off with desserts and tea.  Hosting a luncheon is a great excuse to get dressed up and have friends over for delightful conversation and catch up on the latest news and happenings.

This Springtime Celebration luncheon menu features foods and colors that welcome in early spring where the weather can still be a little wet and chilly yet signs of greenery and flowers are starting to peek out all around us.

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1st Course: Soup Course

Roasted, Salted Cashew Nuts

Fennel Olive Bread with Rose Shaped Butter

White and Yellow Corn Chowder with Rosemary Croutons

springtime celebration Soup Course collage

Place Setting for Soup Course

Soup Course Place Setting

2nd Course: Main Fish Course

Colossal Shrimp with Quinoa Pesto Salad
A bed of greens topped with quinoa and arranged with roasted asparagus, endives, marinated beets, red bell pepper flowers, tomatoes and hearts of palm sprinkled will grated dill coddled egg yolk.  Shrimp and mandarin Orange slices are nestled into the quinoa and served with Reva Paul’s Vinaigrette

springtime celebration Fish Course collage

 Place setting for main fish course

Main Fish Course Place Setting and fruit bowl

3rd Course: Dessert Course

Dark Chocolate Mousse with Bourbon Vanilla Chantilly Creme

Reva Paul’s Pink Rose Gold Almonds, White Chocolate Mints & Scalloped Sugar Cubes

Laduree’s Meringue Rose Petal & Coconut Kisses

Lemon, Orange Blossom, Pistachio and Rose Macarons

Green Mint Chai Tea

Springtime Celebration Dessert Course collage

Place Setting for Dessert Course

Dessert Course Place Setting

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