Thursday, June 14, 2012

Mark Your Calendar: July Farm To Table Dinner

With the success of the first Farm To Table Dinner back in May, Chef Michael Bick of Some Thing's Fishy Catering promised he would do it again. Well, I'm delighted that we didn't have to wait very long.

That's right, mark your calendars and make your reservations for the next Farm To Table Dinner at Holbrook Farm on Sunday, July 22nd.


The best part about "local eating" is that the menu is always evolving with the seasons. This one reflects the bounty of summer - tomatoes, zucchini, herbs, stone fruit. It looks like it's going to be a summer feast. Check it out:

Beverages*

Blueberry Lemonade with Young Mint
Basil Lemonade

Hors d’oeuvres

Heirloom Tomato Fritters
Basil Infused Arethusa Chevre, Caramelized Onions, Sun-Baked Tomatoes

Watermelon Gazpacho Shots

Mountain Products Caramelized Bacon
Arethusa Farm Camembert, Fig Jam, Panificio Navona Grain Bread

Plated First Course

Fennel Pollen Dusted Striped Bass
Corn Puree, Fennel and Arugula Salad, Heirloom Tomato Essence

Family Style Dinner

Slow Roasted Heritage Breed Boneless Pork Loin
Brookside Farm II Maple Syrup -Tamari Drizzle
Stone Fruit Slaw

Heirloom Tomato Salad
Ricotta Salata, Basil Chiffonade

Sweet Corn, Charred Zucchini, Sugar Peas, Shiitake Mushroom Succotash

Hand Planted and Harvested Red Rice
Sweet Baby Carrots, Caramelized Pine Nuts,
Cucumber Vinaigrette

Dessert

Mini Cobblers
Peach, Blackberry, or Blueberry
Arethusa Farm Whipped Cream

* You can bring your own beer and wine.

Here's all the "need to know" info:

Date: Sunday, July 22nd, 2012
Time: 4pm
Location: Holbrook Farm, Route 53 South, Bethel, CT
Cost: $55 per person

Contact: tara@somethingsfishycatering.com or (914) 572-5648 to make reservations


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2 comments

  1. This event sounds really cool! I wish it was closer to me. I love farm to table restaurants and dinners, especially since those who do not have much exposure to local foods are often so impressed upon their first visit to one of these tastings that they make more of an effort to "go local" in the future. Woo hoo!

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    1. Yeah, it definitely inspires people. I'm really looking forward to it.

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