Fresh Food Adventure: Techniques of Food Preservation
Saturday, October 30 | 6:30 pm
Toasted Sourdough, Country Pork Terrine, Fiddlehead Ferns, Spring Ramps, Iberico Pork Lardo, Spiced Pears
Maple Leaf Duck Pastrami, Spring White Kimchi, Preserved Lemon Cream, Dehydrated Rye
Miso Pork Lomo, Pickled Gooseberries, Smoked Cauliflower, Sweet Potato Caramel
Fermented Banana Budino, Nasturtium Crème Fraiche, Kumquat Marmalade
A fun and educational dinner prepared by Chef Amber demonstrating the different techniques of food preservation.
During this four-course dinner you will experience food prepared using nine different methods of preservation including pickling, salt preservation, sugaring, fermentation, canning, smoking, curing, dehydrating and fat preservation.
Chef Amber has been preparing for this meal since February of last year, preserving items in their peak season to be enjoyed during this unique dinning experience.
Relax and enjoy this casual evening in the West Family Dwelling's cozy Winter Kitchen making new friends and enjoying great food and beverages. It's sure to be enlightening and delicious too!
Price: $89 per person
Each Fresh Food Adventure has an all-inclusive fixed dinner and spirits menu. Special dietary accommodations must be communicated in advance. Availability is limited, advanced registration and non-refundable pre-payment is required.
Fresh Food Adventures are communal dining experiences, and guests should expect to share their table with other dining enthusiasts.
Parties wishing to sit together and guests with special dietary considerations should email firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week in advance to ensure accommodations.
Please follow on-site directional signage to event location and plan on checking-in 15 minutes prior to the event start time. Event tickets will not be mailed in advance.
For additional information, please call 859.734.5411.