July 20 Traditional Southern Summer Dinner

July 20 Traditional Southern Summer Dinner: My grandmother was a wonderful Southern Cook in Mountain View Arkansas. My father and mother owned and operated a restaurant in Sonoma, California. where I grew-up. With this heritage I enjoy menus that fuse traditional Southern Cuisine with California Fresh. I trust you will enjoy these updated Southern recipes.

July 20 Traditional Southern Summer Dinner

July 20 Traditional Southern Summer Dinner: My grandparents had a large garden and my grandmother also foraged for wild edibles. In the summer they enjoyed fresh tomatoes, corn, green beans, squash and fresh peaches from their orchard. We have taken some of my grandmother’s recipes jazzed them-up a little and offer you a wonderful Southern–Style Summer Dinner. Dinner is $99 per person, plus tax and gratuity and includes one glass each of the suggested wines; additional wine is available from our wine list. For reservations contact the Beechwood Inn at (706) 782-5485. Mentioned wines are suggested pairings, actual pairings depend on availability. Please let us know of dietary restrictions at least 48 hours in advance.

 

Aperitif: Fried Green Tomatoes with House-Made Gingered Tomato Marmalade, Glass of Beechwood Inn Chardonnay

Amuse: Edisto Beach Pickled Shrimp with Mild and Hot Peppers and Corriander, Glass of Dry Rosé

Appetizer: Benton’s Smoked Bacon and Caramelized Onion Tart, Glass of Light Red Wine

Salad: Fresh Local Greens, Maytag Blue Cheese, Candied Pecans and Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing, Gayle’s Sour Dough Boule with Spring Ridge Creamery Butter

Entrée: Local Pastured Pork Tenderloin with Basil Pesto, Smoked Tomatoes, Local Baby Roasted Potatoes, Steamed Summer Vegetables, Glass of Wine

Dessert: Fresh Georgia Peach Crisp with House-Made Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Fresh Brewed Coffee and Herb Teas

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We’ve gone to our grandmother’s old Southern Cookbook and dug out some of our favorites from our childhood – and then jazzed them up just a little bit. We’ve paired them to some wonderful wines to ensure an elegant “New American Southern Dinner.”

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