Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Urban Farmer's Dinner sources food from L.A.'s gardens

Joseph Shuldiner, the multi-talented designer of Eat:Los Angeles, mustard-making maven and author of the upcoming book Pure Vegan, is launching the Institute of Domestic Technology to bring all kinds of home arts to Angelenos. In addition to Foodcrafting and Cheesemaking classes, the Institute is kicking off Saturday, August 6 with a Downtown L.A. rooftop Urban Farmer's Dinner in association with Nick Coe of Black Cat Bakery. Everything will be sourced uber-locally (well, not sure about the lamb), and the growers will be there to mingle.
Here's the menu for the $150 evening.

6 pm ~ Cocktail and hors d’oeuvres ~ 7 pm dinner
Welcome cocktail and hors d’oeuvres
Nano gazpacho
Sylvetta arugula, fig and goat cheese; wild honey vinaigrette
Spit-roasted lamb with boulangere potatoes, lemon and savory; deep summer vegetable ragout
or Uzbek-style rice pilav; roasted eggplant
Stone fruit custard tart; goat buttermilk gelato; medlar syrup
Limoncello digestif

Cost: $150 per person (wine and drinks included)

1 comment:

Winstrol Stanozolol said...

Love the post. California beers are probably the most underrated beers in the world.
Love em.