There's something wonderful about Sundays. For many, it's a last day off before the work week revs up again. For myself and my family, it's a day of leisure and good, slow food.
I've often thought about hosting a Sunday dinner at my house, inviting family and friends over to our place for a casual meal. We'd start the meal early, just to make sure that there was plenty of time to talk with one another, relax and, of course, eat.
So when The Perennial asked me to be a guest chef for their Sunday Supper on June 4, I just couldn't say no. And now that the theme and menu have been set, I'm so happy to share the news with you all.
I hope that you'll come and join us for this Scandinavian-inspired dinner. We'll open early, already at 4pm, in case you feel a little lazy and don't want to rush things (or if you just happened to come from a performance of Hamilton)!
The dinner's 3-course menu is created in the spirit of Kantine, and it features three essential Scandinavian ingredients - Rye, Pork, and Milk.
Small Plates (served at once)
Pork sausage, sorrel, pickled mustard seed
Herb and little gem salad, Grandma’s dressing
Rye and whey porridge, straw-smoked fresh cheese, heart, sorrel
Pork shoulder roll, rosehips, fennel
Buttermilk cotta, cherries and green almond shortbread
Reservations are encouraged. To book a table, click here.