Supper Speakeasy – Down on the Farm

Posted by chaska on September 6, 2009

art by kent whitaker

art by kent whitaker

Enjoy a delicious farm fresh meal all in the beauty of a field of veggies and herbs
WHEN: Thursday, September 17, 2009   6:30pm
WHERE: Louisville
SPOTS: 20 spots available
COST: $75 per person all inclusive (five courses, wine, welcome cocktail, entertainment, tax and gratuity)
RSVP:  502-287.2772 to save on transaction fees or use the button below to securely purchase online

Join us as we dine and delight on5 farm fresh dishes, all prepared by Chef Timothy Tucker (as seen here in USA Today recently) and his band of chefs in training from the Salvation Army Culinary Training Program. We will enjoy several wines as well as fresh non-alcoholic beverages that enhance the overall experience. We’ll enjoy a cocktail hour starting at 6:30 with live music performed by one of Louisville’s best bluegrass bands, Relic, then move into a delightful dinner at 7:30. As always, our BVS members will enjoy a special treat.

Menu:

IVOR’S FRESH VEGETABLE TOWER WITH BASIL OIL
oven roasted tomatoes, capriole goat cheese, caramelized onions, herbed baked eggplant

LOCAL PRAWN TACO’S WITH  YELLOW TOMATO SALSA AND JICAMA SALAD
local prawns, kenny’s white cheddar, rainbow swiss chard)

KENTUCKY RABBIT STEW with country ham and green tomatoes
rabbit, garlic, beer, green tomatoes, country ham, okra, tomatoes, herbs

ASIAN STYLE SHORT RIBS BRAISED IN BOURBON
with a coconut rice cake and mixed greens

CHOCOLATE SIN CAKE WITH A RASPBERRY SAUCE AND FRESH BERRIES


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