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The coffee-loving couple—or a pair that's decided on a brunch wedding —might consider a signature coffee cart drink with matcha or turmeric. A latté with one of these super powders will give your guests the boost they need to party all reception long. We don't exactly condone serving mushrooms in coffees, teas, or smoothies at your wedding (even though that's what's suggested in this trends list). That said, these newly popular mushrooms are also good for mushroom broths, which can be eaten alone or used a base for rich soups—first course, anyone? The experts at your favorite organic grocer are calling for foodies to move beyond easy entry points like falafel, hummus, and pita bread to get a deeper understanding of the individual cultures of specific Middle Eastern countries. With Persian, Israeli, Moroccan, Syrian, and Lebanese cuisine cited as major influences this year, consider exploring spices like harissa, cardamom, and za’atar; and dishes like shakshuka, grilled halloumi, and lamb. For more liberal guidelines on how to get in on this trend, start with some of the most popular ingredients for cuisine from this region: pomegranate, eggplant, cucumber, parsley, mint, tahini, tomato jam, and dried fruits. Along with an overall movement to eat better comes the desire to know where our food comes from. Have this conversation early and often with your caterer—talk about serving items that are in season and can be sourced locally.
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