Enjoy the fall flavors by the Reedy River, at the beautiful location of The Lazy Goat.
On the menu, well again folks, we are talking about very small producers, with limited quantities. Chef Rodney Freidank will prepare for you beef, pork, lamb, poultry, and maybe some others, but above all it will be very good, very clean, very fair.
Don't expect a steak and baked potato. Instead, discover the melt in your mouth flavors of deliciously nutty meats, unadulterated and simply prepared. You won't believe what is raised nearly in your own backyard! Understand why an animal raised under real sun, eating real grass, with real wind blowing through the Southern sky makes a difference in the taste on your plate.
Slow Food Upstate Meat Tasting
October 17, 2010 at The Lazy Goat
Wild American Shrimp "Corn Dogs," Chipotle Aioli
Ginger Poached Pear "Sodas"
Split Creek Farm Goat Cheese on Carolina Gold Rice Cracker Green Tomato Chutney
Side Dishes: (Family Style)
Curried Israeli Cous Cous with Acorn Squash and Fennel
Sweet & Sour Braised Escarole
End of the Season Tomato Pie
Roasted Sweet Corn, Butternut Squash and Sea Island Red Pea Succotash
Brussels Sprouts in Pecan Cream
Condiments: (On Table)
Jalapeno Mint Pepper Jelly
Meats: (Butler Served At table)
Slow Roasted Red Waddle Pork, Brick House Farms, Gaffney, SC
Slow Roasted Berkshire Pork, Brick House Farms, Gaffney, SC
Braised Boer Goat, Billy's Boer Goat Farm, Westminster, SC
Braised Lamb, Bethel Trails Farm, Woodruff, SC
Roasted Angus Beef, Brick House Farms, Gaffney, SC
Roasted Devon Beef, High Farms, Landrum, SC
Pecan Pie Cheesecake
It all starts on the farm with farmers who care about their products, who grant good animal welfare towards their livestock, resulting in a low-stress environment where cows, pigs, sheep and poultry grow at a natural pace, so much so that there is no need for antibiotics, steroids, hormones or other drugs. These farmers understand the enormous benefits to grass raised live stock make in your health.
The great difference in taste is also due to careful attention and respect to animals in butchering practices, where there is no stress on the animal, creating a delicious meat, free of sour or acidic flavors.
"Sensational" meats, the second in a series of tastings presented by Slow Food Upstate, and sponsored by OrangeCoat gourmet web design, and local farms takes a leisurely stroll through the world of distinct tastes to delight and educate your sophisticated palette. More Details on our calendar, as they become available. www.slowfoodupstate.com
The Lazy Goat
170 River St.
Greenville, SC 29615
|Minimum Age: 0|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|