Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting's mouth-watering wedding menu has been unveiled by chef Meg Hall.
Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting's wedding guests were treated to a gourmet buffet at their wedding reception.
The 'Big Bang Theory' actress and her tennis player beau gave party-goers the VIP treatment with a mouth-watering menu from celebrity chef Meg Hall when they tied the knot at Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Southern California on New Year's Eve (31.12.13).
According to E! News, the dinner included Moroccan spiced roasted chicken, fire cracker rock shrimp served on whole wheat linguine, and stuffed beef tenderloin with sautéed spinach and mushrooms.
Meanwhile, vegetarians tucked into Provencal stuffed courgette served with Tahitian vanilla bean sweet potatoes, roasted butternut squash with toasted walnuts, shaved parmesan and truffle oil.
Guests with a sweet tooth were able to indulge in a full-on sugar experience thanks to a s'mores station, candy buffet and sundae bar. The 150-strong wedding party also sipped on custom-made cocktails, white cosmopolitans and Razzle Dazzles.
Kaley and her pals even visited the kitchen to pay their compliments to the chef.
Meg enthused to E!: ''To see her dress and feel the excitement, just magic. I don't usually get to see the bride until after the ceremony.''
The couple's friends and family were then treated to an extravagant brunch the next day to help cure their hangovers.
The feast, also cooked by Meg, included a sweet and savory crepe station, French toast and leek, fontina and sun dried tomato frittatas.
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