The holiday season is nearly upon us, and all around people are talking about pumpkin pie and cornbread
stuffing, green bean casserole and bread pudding — but not you. Whether by choice or by circumstance, your Thanksgiving meal must be gluten-free.
Bummer, right? Wrong.
If you think you can’t have a holiday dinner that is both completely gluten-free and down right delicious, think again. Whether you’re looking for inspiration, or hoping to have Silver Spoon Caterers do the cooking for you this feasting season, know that gluten-free doesn’t have to be synonymous with tasteless.
Tuscan Chicken Kabob
(served with a rosemary, lemon & olive oil sauce, skewered with cherry tomato)
Champagne Chicken Skewer
(served with a champagne vinegar, Dijon & maple sauce)
Duck-Bacon Wrapped Dates
(applewood smoked, filled with Brie — can be made with traditional pork bacon)
Sriracha Shrimp Cocktail
Ahi Tuna Skewer
(crusted with black and white sesame seeds, served with red chili aioli)
Rosemary Thyme Chicken
(served with champagne & shallot sauce, with two sides)
Grilled Hanger Steak
(with a Dijon rub, pinot noir sauce, and two sides)
Carved Prime Rib
(premium Angus rib roast, with two sides)
Cracked Pepper Beef Tenderloin
(seared, with two sides)
Spiral Smoked Ham
(honey-smoked ham with a brown sugar glaze and two sides)
Pan Seared Halibut
(with Saffron Lemon Butter and two sides)
Butternut Squash & Green Bean Medley
Roasted Kale & Yukon Gold Potatoes
Roasted Winter Root Vegetables
Corn on the Cob with Spanish Butter
Classic Mashed Potatoes
Silver Spoon Mac & Cheese
Mashed Maple Sweet Potatoes
Traditional Stuffing (YES, it’s gluten-free!)
Rosemary Cardamom Basmati Rice
Kale Caesar Salad
Winter Farro Salad
Goat Cheese, Roasted Gala Apple & Cranberry Chopped Salad
Minted Fruit Salad
(fresh fruit salad with a touch of mint; served with whipped cream)
Call Silver Spoon Caterers well in advance of your event, and have some idea in mind of what you’d like to serve. Maybe even bring a few recipe suggestions of your own. Your preparedness will help us ensure that your next gluten-free event is a huge success.
And this, we can’t say enough: Be flexible. While we welcome, and encourage your participation in the menu design (It is your event after all.), we can’t always replicate certain food items identically. But if you keep an open mind, we just might come up with something even more nutritious and delicious.