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   Blog   August 11, 2011  Comments Off on Farm 2 Fork

Meat Lover or Vegan Option  $22

Meat Lover Option

—First Course—

Prosciutto and Goat Cheese Bruschetta

Thinly sliced prosciutto ham and creamy goat cheese on crostinis made from our house made beer bread, topped with fresh marinated tomatoes

Goat Cheese—Dancing Goat Creamery, Byron Center

Heirloom Tomatoes—Our Root Nursery, Hastings

and Scobey’s Produce, Wayland

Cherry Tomatoes—J & N Fresh Produce, Hastings

—Second Course—

Marinated Blueberry Salad

Fresh blueberries marinated in balsamic vinaigrette

and oil, served on a bed of mixed greens with fresh roasted shallots

Blueberries—Square Nail Farm, Allegan

Greens—Our Root Nursery, Hastings

Shallots—Scobey’s Produce, Wayland

—Third Course—

Turkey Tender

Pan seared with caramelized peach chutney, maple crème fraiche and toasted pecans, served with roasted veggies and fingerling potato medley

Turkey—Tom Otto Turkey Farm, Middleville

Peaches—Cotant’s Farm Market, Hastings

Maple Syrup—One Man in the Wood, Dowling

Eggs—Cedar Hill Farm, Nashville

Vegetables— Our Root Nursery, Hastings

and Scobey’s Produce, Wayland

Fingerlings—Our Root Nursery, Hastings

—Fourth Course—

Kentucky Pan Fried Peaches

Fresh peaches sautéed in Kentucky bourbon and brown sugar, served over a scoop of vanilla ice cream 

 Peaches—Cotant’s Farm Market, Hastings

Ice Cream—MOOville Quality Creamery, Nashville

Vegan Option

—First Course—

Portobello and Almond “Cream” Bruschetta

Grilled portobello mushroom and almond “cream” on crostinis made from our house made beer bread, topped with fresh marinated tomatoes

Heirloom Tomatoes—Our Root Nursery, Hastings

and Scobey’s Produce, Wayland

Cherry Tomatoes—J & N Fresh Produce, Hasting

—Second Course—

Marinated Blueberry Salad

Fresh blueberries marinated in balsamic vinaigrette

and oil, served on a bed of mixed greens with fresh roasted shallots

Blueberries—Square Nail Farm, Allegan

Greens—Our Root Nursery, Hastings

Shallots—Scobey’s Produce, Wayland

—Third Course—

Seared Tempe

Pan seared with caramelized peach chutney, vegan style maple crème fraiche and toasted pecans, served with roasted veggies and fingerling potato medley

Peaches—Cotants Farm Market, Hastings

Maple Syrup—One Man in the Wood, Dowling

Eggs—Cedar Hill Farm, Nashville

Vegetables—Our Root Nursery, Hastings

and Scobey’s Produce, Wayland

Fingerlings—Our Root Nursery, Hastings

—Fourth Course—

Kentucky Pan Fried Peaches

Fresh peaches sautéed with Kentucky bourbon and brown sugar

 Peaches—Cotant’s Farm Market, Hastings

County Seat Lounge is committed to buy local and believes in simple local flavors done well.  Local food tastes better and has more nutritional benefits.  Studies show that the distance food travels from farm to table affects attributes like taste and nutrition.  It’s not only good for you; but, good for our local economy, too.

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