Monday, June 22, 2009

Urban beekeeper cooks at Canele next Tuesday

Amy Seidenwurm, who was featured in the L.A. Times story on Urban Beekeepers back in March, is cooking at Canelé restaurant in Atwater through the "friends cook" program on Tuesday, June 30.
"I'm going to prepare a 3-course menu featuring honey from different apiaries (bee hives) from our LA beekeeping group," says Amy.
The subject-to-change menu includes:
  • Mixed green salad with roasted beets, Gorgonzola and honey-roasted walnuts. Honey-champagne vinaigrette.
  • Honey-glazed pork tenderloin with Maker's Mark reduction. Corn cakes. Buttered young carrots.
  • Goat cheese and nectarine tart with raw honey drizzle. Honey ice cream.
Dinner will cost around $30. Vegetarians will be accommodated. And there's no reservations at Canele, so as usual, it's first come, first served.


anna b said...

oh my god YES! I'll be the one outside the door before they even open!

SinoSoul said...

pork, honey + bourbon? can anyone NOT enjoy this? until we see the wait, of course...

david john said...

this sounds so goood~!~

Anonymous said...

damn that sounds tasty - i am so there!