Pre-Industrial Pig Dinners
As the dark and cold of winter sets in, and eating locally seems near impossible, Underground Food Collective invites you to celebrate the bounty of winter with a Pre-Industrial Pig dinner.
As you feast on 8 courses of succulent heritage breed pork youll hear from farmer Henry Morren about raising the Red Wattle pigs under Sumac and Apple trees on his family farm. Listen to Underground Food Collective members, brothers Jonny and Ben Hunter and Kris Noren speak about their dedication to serving good, clean and fair food to all as you enjoy their delicious transformations of rich, earthy vegetables.
Besides the pigs raised at Morren Fruits and Vegetables, Jonny, Ben and Kris will be bringing along a few Wisconsin delights including award-winning Wisconsin cheese, thirst-quenching Wisconsin beer, sweet winter spinach from Snug Haven Farm, and perhaps a surprise or two! Produce from local, sustainable farms will round out the meal.
There will be plenty of food for all, but we unfortunately cannot accommodate specific dietary requests.
Here is a sample of the type of food you can expect to eat:
Tartlet with pork belly, parsnips and apple cider
Liver sausage, pears, celeriac, and toast
Rillettes with carrots and salad turnips
Pickles, mustard and fresh bread.
Musque de Provence winter squash, smoked sweet sausage, sprouted lentils, mayonnaise
Taylor horticultural beans, caramelized parsnip root and pork ear
Rolled pork shoulder, with sauerkraut, apples braised in milk, smoked pork loin, and braised fennel
Broccoli rabe greens, smoked jowl, pears
Apple tarts with apple ice cream, apple caramel
Johnny's House - January 11
Winnie's House - January 15
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