Here at The Broadmoor, we’re always looking for ways to incorporate fresh, local ingredients into our dishes as much as possible. When wedding parties request locally-sourced dishes we’re more than happy to accommodate because it means we get to show off all the great resources Colorado has to offer.
Here are a few delicious Colorado dishes that we’ve added to our wedding menus recently.
The “Broadmoor Duet” uses all Colorado ingredients – Filet Mignon of Beef with a Haystack Mountain Goat Cheese Crust and Colorado Mountain Trout, accompanied by Palisade Peach Chutney, Klondike Potato Pave, Sutcliffe Field Blend Red Wine Sauce.
The Broadmoor Duet
Other recent entree options include:
Colorado Lamb Loin with Cumin Scented Bulgar Wheat and Mint Jus
Colorado Venison Loin with Green Corn Masa and Oaxan Mole Sauce
Colorado Red Trout with San Luis Valley Quinoa Pilaf
Appetizers are not to be ignored. We’ve introduced Emma Farms Certified Colorado Wagyu Beef sliders and Braised Colorado Veal Canelloni into our menu.
Our Wagyu Beef sliders appetizer is a miniture version of Summit’s Wagyu Beef burger.
In the summer (prime wedding season!), the Arkansas Valley and Western Slope of Colorado yield delicious produce. We incorporate these crops into dishes like our Colorado Sweet Corn Panna Cotta and Compressed Arkansas Valley Melons with White Chocolate and Pistachio Biscotti Crisps appetizers.
Arkansas Valley Growers are currently featuring micro greens.
Our chefs are excited to present these offerings to you and we’re hoping to continue using locally-sourced ingredients more and more.