Fork in Old City has announced they are doing a series of dinners that focus on sustainable meats and seafood, as well as local fishing outposts and farms. The kick-off Sustainability Dinner will bring Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarborough, authors of Goat: Meat, Milk, and Cheese, to the restaurant where Chef Terence Feury will whip up some tasty vittles featuring the headliner protein, which happens to be the most commonly consumed meat on the planet.
The dinner starts at 5 p.m. and tickets are $45 per person. The meal will feature three courses which highlight the use of goat's meat, milk, and cheese.
The menu is as follows:
Hand Rolled Gnocchi with Goat fricassee, House Aged Goat Cheese, English Peas and Sweet Marjoram
Grilled and Braised Baby Goat with Wilted Swiss Chard, Ratatouille
House Made Goat Yogurt Panna Cotta with Berries
We at The Feast should have seen this coming as Cheftradamus Kevin Sbraga warned us that goat was going to be the in thing this year, when he predicted the trends for 2011 in early January. [The Feast]