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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Times sets farm to table dinner Oct. 19 at Historic Arkansas Musuem

Posted By on Tue, Oct 1, 2013 at 8:37 AM

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The Arkansas Times has organized another farm-to-table dinner, this one featuring Butcher and Public's Travis McConnell, former chef at the Capital Bar and Grill.

It's Oct. 19. Tickets are $95 for food and drink aplenty, plus Arkansas music. You need to reserve by Oct. 16

Menu: 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, and Loblolly Creamery Ice Cream. Champagne, red and white wine and Goose Island Beer will be served all evening. 

Call or email Kelly Lyles at 492-3979 or kellylyles@arktimes.com to reserve a seat. More contact info on Eat Arkansas, along with other food news.

CORRECTION: Ouch. I had location wrong in original headline. About three blocks off. The lamb is at HAM.


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