Hog Roast Nairn catering can ensure that your guests are all well-fed with tasty, homemade food made out of fresh, high-quality, local ingredients, and that includes the meat that we source locally from trusted suppliers like butchers and farmers. Our expert chefs and assistants work hard to not only meet your catering expectations but surpass them, and one of the ways we do that is by offering plenty of options to please all kinds of personal tastes, special diets and varying appetites.
You may want us to cook you our signature Hog Roast Nairn hog roast, to either serve as a plated meal with seasonal vegetables, potatoes, gravy and the trimmings you know and love, or as pigs in buns, where we add the meat, crackling, apple sauce and sage and onion stuffing to fresh bread rolls and wraps. Nevertheless, you may want additional food to be served, like starters or desserts, hot or cold sides or a combination of both, or handmade canapés and drinks. Instead of a hog roast main course, you may decide on a different meat, like barbecued, marinated or spit-roasted, or you might want this in addition to a hog. Whatever you’re thinking of for your next special occasion, we can make that happen.
Hog Roast Nairn is often asked to cater wedding receptions and we recently provided delicious food for Sally and Brent’s big day. Months in advance, we worked together with the couple to help create their menu, which consisted of both meat and non-meat options. We regularly cater for vegetarians and for this meal, we were asked to come up with suitable choices of a starter, main and dessert, and the starter and dessert they decided on would actually be suitable for all the guests (tomato soup with crusty bread rolls and profiteroles). In terms of the main course, the carnivores would enjoy a plated hog roast meal, with carrots, sprouts, green beans and potatoes, and with the latter being cooked separate to the meat, the vegetarians could also eat them with their nut roast.
On the day of Sally and Brent’s nuptials, our team cooked up a storm and satisfied everyone’s hunger with lovely, fresh food that made sure everyone invited could eat.