Harvest is inviting those who want the experience of a locally-grown meal—without the garden cultivation, kitchen preparation and post cleanup—to sit at our table November 24, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for a three-course meal that reflects our organic farm and others’ seasonal bounty.
Harvest Executive Chef Corey King says the special menu will include Southern dishes traditionally served on Thanksgiving, with elevated touches incorporated throughout.
Guests will begin their Thanksgiving dinner with a choice between a savory winter squash bisque born of fall flavors, or a garden salad highlighted by Harvest vegetables and superfoods, topped off with a champagne vinaigrette.
Entrees, served family-style, include classic turkey from local farm Hippo Hollow prepared two ways—a smoked and roasted breast or a pulled leg and thigh—baked ham from Katharos Farm, or smoked brisket from Southern Natural. Side dishes will be served family-style as well, and range from charred carrots selected from the Homestead farm to baked sweet potato mash with sage marshmallow, Harvest beans prepared with sea salt and almonds, chorizo stuffing and giblet gravy. To finish off the dining experience, guests will get to choose from Harvest’s seasonal cheesecake, a fresh apple galette or chocolate mousse.
The cost is $42 per person and $15 for children 12 and under, and includes soup or salad, family-style entrees and sides, dessert and a non-alcoholic beverage.
Thanksgiving reservations are encouraged, and can be made through Homestead’s website at www.homesteadmanor.com or by calling 615-538-6113.