Sep 28: Autumn Italian Dinner

Sep 28: Autumn Italian Dinner:  Autumn is finally here! The secret to the best cooking is sourcing the best ingredients. We believe that the fundamental truth of supporting local farming may be a panacea for many of our 21st century problems in both nutrition and regional economic development. But it is also crucial in our hedonistic search for the delicious and delightful “best place to dine.”

 

Sep 28: Autumn Italian Dinner

Sep 28: Autumn Italian Dinner: The secret to the best cooking is sourcing the best ingredients. We believe that the fundamental truth of supporting local farming may be a panacea for many of our 21st century problems in both nutrition and regional economic development. But it is also crucial in our hedonistic search for the delicious and delightful “best place to dine.” Come dine with our farmers and chefs. Dinner is $99 per person, plus tax and gratuity and includes one glass each of the suggested wines. 

Aperitif: Lamb Meat Balls with Fennel Pickle Remoulade, Glass of Beechwood Inn Wine

 Amuse: Sweet Corn-Parmigiano Budino, “Enjoy the last of our Summer Corn!” 2017 Demarie Langhe Arneis, Piedmont, Italy

Appetizer: Tomato Soup with Goat Cheese Dumplings with Fresh Herbs, 2017 Due Corti, Nebbiola d”Alba, Piedmont, Italy

Salad: House-Made Pickles, Local Micro-Greens, Gayle’s Sour Dough Boule, Spring Ridge Creamery Butter

Entrée: Chicken Saltimbocca, Grilled Last of Summer Vegetables, Roasted Baby Potatoes, 2015 Pinzale Rosso Di Montalcino, Tuscany

 Dessert: Classis Apple Tart Tatin with Vanilla Cream, Fresh Brewed Coffee

 Menu by Chef David Darugh “Best Chefs America 2019” http://www.bestchefsamerica.com

Rabun County in the North Georgia Mountains offers some of the Best Farm to Table Restaurants http://explorerabun.com/best-farm-to-table-restaurants-in-north-georgia/

Beechwood Inn offers Farm to Table Dinners and seeks to reconnect food to its origins and people to their food by serving local, seasonal, and sustainable food for breakfast, at our nightly wine-thirty, and for our Saturday Chef’s Table-Style Dinners. To further enhance our diner’s farm to table experience we operate Grow, Cook, Eat – Culinary Garden, an organic vegetable, herb and edible flower farm in Rabun County. Our Chefs may have sown the seed for your dinner back in March, observed the sprouts coming out of the ground, tended them, admired them as they pulled them from the soil, and finally they put the finishing touches on the whole project by preparing it for your plate.

Our farmers collaborate closely with the kitchen to grow heirloom and native landrace crops, expanding even more the potential for our kitchen to provide an outstanding dining experience. We proudly farm organically, and utilize a broad array of heirloom and native varieties grown in this region for centuries. These landraces create a biodiverse, sustainable and flavorful alternative to everyday foods. https://beechwoodinn.ws/local-farms-and-ingredients/