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Culinary Creatives: In the Kitchen with Oklahoma Wedding Caterer Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse

In the latest issue of Brides of Oklahoma, we were thrilled to give our readers a peek inside the kitchen with the top Oklahoma wedding caterers! Captured by Picturesque Photos by Amanda, this inside look at the amazingly talented chefs and the delicious dishes they prepare is such a treat and will definitely leave your mouths watering! We’re super excited to continue sharing profile two of three today with a spotlight on Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse executive chef Juan Torres! Stay tuned as we feature more from Oklahoma caterers featured in the pages of Brides of Oklahoma.

The Style

I enjoy working most on dishes that reflect American, Southern or Spanish styles.

The Dish

36oz smoked tomahawk grilled heirloom tomatoes boursin and roasted fennel cream sauce – black peppercorns ghost pepper sea salt – charcoal smoked pearl onions

Tasty Tips

What is your signature dish? Cedar plank scallops with a crab and artichoke, lemon buerre blanc served with lobster risotto.

Do you specialize in certain cuisines? I enjoy working most on dishes that reflect American, Southern or Spanish styles.

What advice do you have for brides who are trying decide between a sit-down vs. buffet style meal? Consider the size of your party and the type of menu you want to offer. For a more intimate style setting, choose a set menu with items that reflect your tastes. Buffet style meals seem to be a more suitable option for larger groups, but it doesn’t mean you have to limit your options. Have fun with it by creating a themed menu that showcases your style and the wedding’s theme.

Do you offer menu tastings? Yes, you may book by appointment with our banquet manager.

Do you have a set menu or do you offer custom menus? We offer several set menus ranging from $59 up to $100+ per person and welcome the opportunity to create a custom menu that best suits your tastes. We are also happy to cater your event large or small.

What advice do you have to offer brides and grooms? Try not to stress and have fun! Allow others to help you and handle any surprises that may occur on your special day so you can have time to enjoy each other and the festivities.


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