A Celebration of Thanksgiving

November 26, 2010 — 11am—8pm

Thanksgiving is our favorite holiday. It’s a perfect metaphor for how we like to cook and entertain, with our feet on the ground and surrounded by friends and family, and an opportunity to share in the spirit of the harvest feast celebrated in Plymouth, Massachusetts in1621 and continued through generations to us today.  Our goal is to make your Thanksgiving feast a memorable one, and to maintain an approachable price for this family-centered holiday.

Relish Tray
Pimiento Cheese , Assortment of House Pickles, Spiced Olives, Sally Lunn, Home Made Sweet Cream Butter, Tolman Sweeting Apple Butter

choice of Appetizer

Sweet Potato Gnocchi,  Roasted Cippolini Onions, Fried Sage & Pecans, Satsuma Gastrique

Cajun Pork Boudin Fritters, Frisee, Cayenne Mayonnaise, Piccalilli

Charleston She-Crab Soup, Pearls of Charleston Madeira

Cajun Beef & Collard Gumbo, Duck Cracklin’s, Popcorn Rice

Salads, Served Family Style
Waldorf: Mutsu Apples, Celery, Walnuts, Grapes, Hoophouse Lettuces, Green Goddess

Puna Gardens Hearts of Palm, Pickled Shrimp, Butter Lettuce Hearts, Creamy Smoked Tomato & Horseradish Dressing

choice of Entrée
Deep-fried Gunthorp Farm Turkey
Deviled Niman Ranch Sirloin
Skillet-roasted Carolina Wreckfish
Autumn Vegetable Crostada

Sides served family-style: Apple-sage dressing, Mashed potatoes with giblet gravy, Braised Brussels Sprouts with Parsnips, Green Beans with Mushrooms, Cranberry Sauce. Oyster dressing available upon request, $8

choice of Dessert
Sweet Potato Pie,   Benne Praline, Whipped Cream

Coconut Cream Cake,   Bitter Chocolate Sauce, Pineapple Conserves, Toasted Coconut

Bourbon Bread Pudding,   Molasses Cookie Crumble, Apple Compote, Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Forty-six dollars per person, twenty per person under age twelve