Thursday, September 26, 2013

Chef Travis McConnell teams with Arkansas Times on Farm to Table Dinner Party

Posted By on Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 2:44 PM

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We're excited to announce an upcoming Arkansas Times Farm to Table Dinner Party that'll be held on the Historic Arkansas Museum grounds on Saturday, Oct. 19. Chef Travis McConnell, who developed a following while running the kitchen at the Capital Bar and Grill and will soon open Butcher & Public, will do the cooking.

Tickets are $95. Call or email Kelly Lyles at 492-3979 or to reserve yours.

Reserve your seating by Oct. 16.

Here's the menu, which'll be served family-style: 

*Lamb tartare and pickled deviled eggs

*Fire-roasted lamb with chilies, herbs and olive oil

*Pumpkin and shiitake mushroom stew

*Arkansas dirty brown rice

*Local mixed greens with carrot and buttermilk and black pepper dressing,

*Miche rustic bread from Arkansas Fresh Bakery

*Loblolly Creamery Ice Cream

Plus, there'll be Champagne, red and white wine and Goose Island Beer served all night long.

Stephen Koch, host of "Arkansongs," will provide the entertainment. 

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