Wednesday, May 29, 6 pm

Please join Slow Food Corvallis in collaboration with JC Mersmann to celebrate the terroir and cuisine of Switzerland. Agriculture and food culture reflect both history and geography; the cuisine of Switzerland is no exception.The steep slopes and deep valleys of this mountainside garden have shaped its products and traditions. Swiss food products and culinary traditions have developed to transform its “constraints” into “resources”, offering unique and characteristic foods beloved by both local and international consumers, with strong ties to the land. Learn about these connections and enjoy a taste of Swiss terroir guided by chef JC Mersmann and visiting scholar Dr. Patrick Mundler at a dinner at the Dizzy Hen Restaurant in downtown Philomath. The dinner will feature an illustrated discussion of the land and cuisine of Switzerland by Dr. Mundler and a four course menu of Swiss specialties accompanied by two glasses of wine.

 MENU
Hors D’oeuvre:
Swiss Chard Tart
Accompanying glass of wine
First Course:
Malakoff with cornichon, mustard and dressed greens
(a crisp-fried cheese specialty)
Main Course:
Papet Vaudois
(A traditional Swiss dish featuring Vaudois-style sausage, leeks, potatoes and cream)
Accompanying glass of wine
Dessert:
Rhubarb Compote with Semolina Pudding

WHAT:  Swiss dinner
WHEN:  Wednesday, May 29, 6 pm
WHERE: The Dizzy Hen Restaurant, 1247 Main St., Philomath (MAP)
TICKETS:  $48 or $40 without wine. Available at Brown Paper Tickets.(BUY TICKETS)

Service charges and gratuity not included. Additional wine will be available for purchase by the glass. In order to make best use of the limited space available and maximum conviviality, seating will be family style with smaller parties combined at tables of various sizes.

Questions? Email slowfoodcorvallis@gmail.com

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