Culinary Crafts Fall Wedding Dessert
The sweetest finish to a festive, harvest dinner menu.
In case you haven’t noticed, we’ve been on a desserts kick lately. But with the holidays fast approaching and fall wedding season in full swing, can you blame for us wanting to cozy up with something sweet?
The team at Culinary Crafts satisfied our sweet-tooth cravings at their most recent pop-up restaurant. The finishing touch to the evening’s 10-course harvest feast? A comforting and delicious dessert course featuring individual Utah apple crostata and Culinary Crafts signature zabaglione gelato, paired with glasses of vintage port and mugs of locally roasted Publik coffee. If you’re looking for the perfect fall wedding dessert, look no further.
And if you really want to wow your guests, consider serving Culinary Crafts cheese course: a pairing of local cheese and Utah’s Amano chocolate, all washed down with High West Double Rye whiskey. Local cheese, chocolate, and booze? Yes, yes, and yes!
At the pop-up restaurant, the pairings included: apple smoked Beehive Cheese + Madagascar chocolate, Heber Valley orange rosemary cheese + Dios Rios chocolate, Latteria Sociale San Lucca cheese + Ocumare chocolate, and the decadent combo of Deer Valley truffle double-cream cheese + Morobe chocolate. Not only are these flavors sure to tantalize your guests’ tastebuds, the tasting provides a fun, interactive element to formal wedding dinners.