Celebrate the ageless tradition of gathering in the fall harvest at an evening of dining delights paired with seasonal beers in the beautiful setting of Heritage Hill State Historical Park. Special hosts for this evening will be “John and Mary Cotton,” original owners of the Cotton House, who will reveal the workings of their simple farm and share family stories. Chef Chris will entertain as he tantalizes your taste buds with his delicious cuisine. Don’t miss the opportunity to bid on a private dinner catered by Chef Chris.
Who: Heritage Hill Foundation and Skaliwags of Algoma
When: Thursday, October 27, 2016 6:00-9:00 pm
6:00-7:00pm Cocktail hour with assorted artisan cheese and breads. Cash bar available.
7:00-9:00pm Dinner & Entertainment
What: An evening of delicious food and beer pairings
Where: Heritage Hill State Historical Park
2640 S. Webster Ave
Menu: Dinner by Skaliwags, Beer pairings by Ahnapee Brewery
First Course: Fall harvest soup with a duck bacon fly-in. A creation straight from Chef Chris & Ellie's kitchen. A medley of roasted fall root vegetables. Caramelized onions, nuts, organic heavy cream and of course Wisconsin butter.
Second Course: Heritage heirloom wedge salad - Chef Chris' take on one of history's greatest salads. Wisconsin blue cheese, a trio of the Badger State’s best bacons, green house grown heirloom tomatoes.
Third Course: Live-fire braised boneless pork shank that's been finished over peach wood smoke. Served over smoked garlic & garden fresh chive mashed potatoes with a Door County cherry Bordeaux demi-glaze.
Fourth Course: Carmel Dutch apple pie
Reservations must be made by October 21 at (http://heritagehillgb.org/foundation/fundraising-events/or by calling 920-435-2244. Sponsored by Heritage Hill Foundation with proceeds benefitting educational programming at Heritage Hill State Historical Park.