Updated: Amazing Dinner at Tullibee

Posted on Jun 30, 2017 by Jack McCann
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Tullibee and TC Farm Present: Butcher's Dinner

July 16th 6-9pm at Tullibee in the North Loop

Those of you who have been members for a while know how much we love our special Forest Hogs. The once a year offering for our CSA members always sells out quickly to rave reviews.  I have been hoping to organize a Forest Hog event for a while and I finally found the right team to pull it off.


I can't believe how good this menu looks.  This will be the best dinner of the year:

  • fermented ginger maple salami
  • foraged chanterelle country pate
  • elderflower rillettes
  • pork liver mousse
  • baconed carpaccio broccoli salad with cherry chutney and sunflower seed
  • pork heart satay
  • fire roasted side of pork with wild berry glaze
  • summer herb salsa verde, MN rye lard buns
  • maple panna cotta with candied bacon
  • lard shortbread cookies - oregano and sea salt
  • cherry marscapone tar

Unlimited samples of selected wines ($20/person). 

Basically, this is an intimate, private dinner party with some really unique and special food.  

Join us for a strolling dinner celebrating the uniqueness of the rare heritage breed American Guinea Hog, aka "the Forest Hog". We raise these slow growing swine with care by in open pasture.  They are never fed corn or soy and are known for their dark, richly flavored meat and delicious fat.

The team at Tullibee will be preparing charcuterie, roasts, pastries, and desserts showcasing the pristine protein versatility of this amazing pig. While large format roasts cook over the open hearth, guests will have the opportunity to engage with the chefs, farmer and butcher and will learn about the breed, what it takes to raise great pork and how it's skillfully prepared.

There will be an optional unlimited tasting wine glass for $20! 

Hope to see you and your friends there!

Tickets are $55 and will sell out quickly.  Click here for tickets.

(thanks to Justin Velzke from Tullibee for the delicious photo at top of the article)

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