WEDDINGS may have changed lately but there’s usually one thing you can bank on – a slap up meal.
A free bar and a buffet or a three-course are the perks of making it onto the guestlist, which is why people were horrified to be served a dish of eggs – and peanut butter.
Devilled eggs wouldn’t be out of place at a wedding spread, but guests were less than impressed to find they’d been stuffed with jam and the nutty spread.
The caterer’s dish was branded ‘disgusting’, after a snap of the bizarre meal ended up on Facebook – which was also served on a paper plate.
Seemingly proud of their creation, the chef said: “Eggs filled with peanut butter and jam.
“Great for kids birthdays, can do 12 for $20 …. can also do weddings,” 7News reported.
That is just disgusting
But the meal was slammed online, with people calling it ‘disgusting’, while the presentation was also questioned.
One person wrote: “This just gave me morning sickness. And I’m not pregnant.”
Another said: “The audacity to charge $20 for something this gross … I can’t even.”
A third commented: “I’ve never been more glad to have a peanut allergy in my life.”
This person thought: “That is just disgusting. I think I need to go lie down now.”
Someone else pointed out: “I love the small traces of yolk next to the jam. Aesthetically pleasing for sure.”
While this person added: “I’m mostly disappointed in the presentation. You could have at least tried to make this look prettier.”
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