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Chocolate-Hazelnut Cakes: Check Emails and Panic Mode

chocolate-hazelnut cakes: And then their caterer ghosted them. react-text 163 Upon arrival, guests were treated to platters of tapas and pintxos prepared by Richmond Station. /react-text Jeffrey Chan I've worked with chefs in the past and knew that a lot of them didn't check emails and preferred to keep their head down, Doss said, according to Toronto Star. But when it came down to the three and four weeks before the wedding, we were in a bit of a panic mode, he admitted. Indeed, a month before the big day, every detail was in place the remote Niagara estate was booked, the elaborate vanilla-ginger and chocolate-hazelnut cakes were ordered and the embroidered parasols from India were ready to be hung in the dining tent. Article Continued Below The first thing people said to us when we were sending invites was that the food and drinks were going to be amazing, said Katzman, 31, a senior account manager with event and marketing company Mosaic. But with the wedding less than a month away, they had no food to serve their 128 guests. react-text 182 Appetizers of pork and rabbit terrine with pistachio, sweet wine gelee and pea shoots en croute. /react-text Jeffrey Chan The anxiety was growing and I told Esther that we needed to make a drastic decision, said Doss, 39. I had people ask if they could buy a ticket to the wedding. ( As reported in the news.