Cherry Street Farmers’ Market Dinner 2016

By on October 24, 2016

Last week a group of local Tulsa chefs who are committed to using sustainable practices in their restaurants came together to offer a seven course special dinner with ingredients sourced from the Cherry Street Farmer’s Market. The result was an unforgettable dinner at Redberry Farm prepared by this A list of culinary superstars:

 

Eli Huff of Salt Food Group
Taelor Barton of The Vault
Erik Reynolds of SMOKE. on Cherry Street
Amara Gray of Antoinette Baking Co.
Trey Winkle of R Bar & Grill
Hope Egan of Red Thistle Catering Co.
Marc Lane and Joe Hamilton of The Silo Event Center

 

Following is a gallery to wet your appetite so you are ready for the next farmers market dinner!

 

The Venue:
The Silo Center at Redberry Farm

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First Course
Joe Hamilton & Marc Lane (The Silo)

Smoked Cauliflower Soup
Pecan cream, Butternut Squash & Apple Chutney, Smoked Pecan, Squash Gaufrette, Pecan Oil

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Second Course
Erik Reynolds (Smoke. on Cherry Street)

Ancho and Orange Braised Goat
Goats’ Cheese Gnocchi & Roasted Farmers Market Vegetables

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Third Course 

Amara Gray (Antoinette’s Baking Co.)

Black Pepper & Pistachio Tart
Goat cheese, Roasted beets
Beet Green / Micro Herb Salad  w/Herb Pistou Vinaigrette

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Fourth Course
Eli Huff (Salt Food Group)

 Prairie Chicken Roulade
Crispy Honey Kissed Polenta, Smoked Peperonata, Shiitake MushroomDemi,
Broccoli Sprouts, Micro Greens
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Fifth Course
Hope Egan (Red Thistle Catering Co.)

Roasted Pork Shoulder
Preserved Peach adobo,  Cider Pan Jus, Pickled Watermelon
Savory Yam Pudding, Market Greens

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Dessert Course
Trey Winkle (R Bar & Grill)

Pumpkin, Creme Fraiche, Apple, Herbs, Honeycomb

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