There is still time to get your tickets for the upcoming Farm to Table on Friday October 22, 2010. Buy your tickets here.
This farm to table dinner will feature an early fall harvest dinner under the stars and the full moon with a bonfire and live music from Ian Thomas. Once again all the ingredients will be sourced and grown in Jefferson county and prepared by Jennifer Niceley and Anna Niceley Barreiro.
The evening will begin at 6:30 with a fall cocktail of Prichardâ€™s Rum, a Tennessee produced rum and Riverplains whole spelt Bruschetta with handmade cheese spreads and pickled root vegetables.
Dinner will be served at 7:30 and accompanied by local home brew beer. We will start with Texas Indian Muscata squash and fire-roasted bell pepper soup in a chicken stock base, with hints of freshly ground coriander and thyme. For the main course we will have A mixture of 100% grass-fed Senepol Beef marinated in blackberry vinegar, blackberry cordial and pickling spice berries, slow cooked and drizzled with gravy, served with Shitake mushrooms and caramelized onions and mixed fall greens, braised in olive oil. Accompanied by baskets of Rosemary-Garlic Hickory Cane Corn Muffins and an assortment of Muscadine and Hot Pepper Jellies and handmade cowâ€™s milk butter. Dessert will be iron skillet corn-flour apple cobbler topped with freshly whipped cream. and accompanied by local home brew beer.
Riverplains has been a working farm for many years and part of the Niceley family since the early 1940â€²s. The farm is located in Jefferson County and surrounded on two sides by the Holston river. For decades the farm was an active dairy and recently Jennifer Niceley and her family began producing dairy products, vegetables, and spelt flour for friends and family. Everything on this menu will come from the farm and Jefferson County except for the spices!