Real New England Clam Chowder, With Bacon, Potato, Thyme, Celery, Onions, Chives, and Heavy Cream
Maryland Jonah Crab Cake, Classic Remoulade
A Petite Warm Lobster Roll from Maine, Tarragon Butter, Sweet House Baked Challah Bun
Pistachio Crusted Atlantic Halibut, Sweet Potato Puree, Huckleberry Compote, Winter Vegetables
Wild New England Blueberry Crisp, Crème Anglaise
$60.00 per person
An array of wonderful American White Wines will be offered at retail to accompany this dinner
Why New England?
New England is a glorious segment of the United States. Like California and New Orleans, previous Journeys our culinary travels have taken it, it has its own cuisine of regional favorites. The United States is blessed to have so many regional cultures to celebrate and devour! Each relies on the bounty of the land, rivers and other waters that compose it. Most have a deep heritage where mostly poor immigrants and natives lived from what the land and water would give them and, while one can get nearly any food product one wants today, the culture of local cuisine is engrained and passed on from generation to generation. That is why, when traveling, one of the foremost desires of most is to experience the heritage of local cooking developed over hundreds of years. New England has many unique dishes in its culture and, as one might expect, most are derived from the Atlantic whose gifts are unsurpassed in the world. Our partner in this dinner is Foley’s- the greatest fish house in the United States and, perhaps, the world. This family-owned operation, founded in 1906 by an Irish immigrant, is now in its 4th generation.
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