The Veggie Wagon’s 2012 Holiday Menu

Written on November 15th, 2012 by april. Filed under Blog

We are rolling out our 2012 Holiday menu. This menu offer a wide variety of appetizers and desserts, and is SPECIAL ORDER. To insure the finest quality, we ask that you place your order 2 business days in advance of when you would like to pickup your orders. You may pick up your orders on any day of the week, including weekends. All Saturday and Sunday orders need to be placed by Wednesday. So for a couple of  examples: If you would like to pick up your order on Wednesday, we need to have your order by Monday or if you would like to pick up your order on Saturday or Sunday, we need to have your order on Wednesday. If something last minute comes up, do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our very best to accommodate your needs. Please email all orders to theveggiewagon@gmail.com.

Appetizers

Veggie Wagon Hummus Trio with Crackers- A trio of our housemade hummus, paired with homemade baguette chips. You may choose from any three of the following: Black Bean and Garlic Hummus, Original Hummus, Jalapeno Cilantro Hummus, and Roasted Pepper Hummus. All of our peppers are hand roasted in our market and we use certified organic beans in all of our hummus. Comes on a garnished platter, ready to be served. (serves 6-8) $24.95

Roasted Vegetable Skewers

Local, fresh vegetables diced and marinated in our homemade Herbs de Provence dressing; then skewered on 12 appetizer size skewers.  Available either roasted, to be served cold or raw to be roasted at home and served hot. (serves 6-8) $19.95

Philo Encrusted Brie

A wedge of creamy Brie, topped with a Strawberry preserves and wrapped in light and fluffy philo dough. This is a bake at home appetizer to be served warm. Baking directions will be provided. Served with our homemade baguette chips. (serves 4-6)$19.95

Veggie Wagon Pimento Trio with Crackers

A trio of our homemade pimento cheeses including original, spicy and smoked gouda cheddar served on a garnished platter with homemade baguette chips.(serves 4-6)  $28.95

Tuna Maki Rolls

We call this redneck sushi and it is always a favorite at any party. Salt and pepper seared tuna, sliced thin and rolled in flour tortillas with our homemade soy sauce cream cheese spread, roasted peppers, scallions and finely grated cabbage. Served with extra soy cream cheese and wasabi. Two rolls, about 16-18 pieces. (serves 4-6) $19.95

Local Goat Cheese Platter

Our local goat cheese served on a garnished platter with in house roasted tomatoes, fresh roasted garlic, and served with homemade baguette chips. Great served cold or slightly warmed in the oven.  $ 21.95

(serves 4-6)

Desserts

Handmade Apple Crisp

This one is a family recipe and one of the best kept secrets. Hand peeled, cored and chopped apples, topped with our crumbly butter and spice topping. Baked in the oven until golden brown and crispy, it is sure to please at any party. (serves 4-6)  $14.95

Mint Chocolate Brownie Tray

A tray of our light and fluffy mint dark chocolate brownies. Served with a homemade Bailey’s whip cream.

(serves 8-10)$15.95

Pineapple Upside Down Cake

This is one of our store specialties. This is a 2- layer, pineapple upside down cake, topped with a cream cheese, dark rum, and coconut icing. This cake is best if served slightly chilled. (serves 8-10)    $27.95

Pumpkin Dark Chocolate Brownie Tray

A tray of our light and fluffy pumpkin dark chocolate brownies. Served with a homemade Bailey’s whip cream.  (serves 8-10) $15.95

Bailey’s Brownie Pie

This one is for all the chocolate lovers out there! A chocolate cookie crumb crust, filled with our homemade dark chocolate brownie filling. This is meant to be served warm. Served with a homemade mint flavored whip cream. (serves 6-8) $16.95

Strawberry Kiwi Pie

This is definitely a lighter fare for our dessert menu. A graham cracker crust, filled with a light and fluffy vanilla flavored filling, topped with fresh strawberries and kiwi fruits. This one is meant to be served chilled.  (serves 6-8) $18.95


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