Friday, May 21, 2010

what the indians ate............

black bear . moose . deer . duck . trout . steelhead

On May 29th and 30th at 6pm Chef Sebastian Carosi, founder of The New England Farm 2 Fork Project will bring you '.....what the indians ate.....' an eco-gastronomic tasting tour of what some of the earlier 'local' inhabitants may have dined on throughout the year, while utilizing some of maine's premeir sustainably raised farm products.

*the evenings menu will feature:

maine raised red deer . perkins cove juniper berries . heirloom appaloosa beans . american snapping turtle . foraged wild greens . steelhead . wild ramps . red alder smoked maine sea salt . ossipee mountain cherrywood . mountain trout . black bear . sinzibukwud cured duck . suppawn . heirloom crane-berries . pickled sunflowerseeds . swamp cabbage . rhubarb . fry bread . corn smut . misickquatash . abenaki indian pudding . bond mountain spring water

cuisine by- chef sebastian carosi

$45 per/person ( plus tax and gratuity )

The 8 course feast will reflect the influence of an early farming society that supplemented with huntin and gathering... Brought to you by The New England Farm 2 Fork Project, an organization bent on raising local food supply awareness and reviving old world foodways and the traditions and histories that surround the american table...

call the field phone direct for reservations 207 . 459 . 4271

'....what the indians ate....' dinner will be held at host farm-
raven hill orchard- 255 ossipee hill road . east waterboro, me 04030

*full menu @