Last week, I mentioned the upcoming reading by visiting speaker Hank Shaw. We’re very much looking forward to hearing him speak at:
Hunter, Gatherer, Conservationist: Finding the Forgotten Feast
Book Reading and Discussion
Author Hank Shaw
Monday, November 14, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
282 Lillis Hall, University of Oregon, Eugene ~ free and open to all
We now have details about Marché’s prix fixe menu for the dinner honoring Shaw on Sat., 11/2, at 6:30!
I’m so impressed. The sous chef at Marché, Crystal Platt, has pulled together a menu influenced by wild foods and her interest in molecular gastronomy. I suspect you’ve never seen anything like this at Marché. If you like Castagna and The Rabbit, or have been meaning to try MG, this is the dinner for you.
Only twenty spots at $65 apiece (and an exceedingly fair price for such labor-intensive and creative dishes), so contact Marché right away if you’d like to reserve: firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-683-2260 ext. 106.
Hank has traveled around the country during his book tour sharing his knowledge on foraging hikes and wild food dinners. We’re so happy to have him here in Eugene! I attended the dinner in his honor at Portland’s Castagna restaurant in July, and had a blast. I expect similarly great things from Chef Platt and the team at Marché!