From their website:
Eat Together is a secret dinner for nine aimed at bringing together people for a good time and highlighting locally sourced organic ingredients harvested only a few hours before they're served. Hosted in Tin Can Studio, dinners are popping up all over the city, dedicated to being a summer hideaway serving delicious seasonal suppers monthly.
To find out when and where, a mail out is sent to notify people a week ahead of the night of the dinner. Sometimes it is mentioned on their blog or sometimes it gets mentioned in Scout magazine. It's a first come first serve basis.
If this sounds like something you'd like to experience, contact Ken & Ellen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are a few images and descriptions from July's dinner to give you a sense of their culinary and aesthetic creativity. The beautiful prose courtesy of Ellen.
|We used your rhubarb to make a rhubarb lime granita - the amuse bouche for the night. It was sweet, but still sour enough that it made your mouth pucker, woke up the palate a bit and made you hungry for dinner!|
|Roasted beets in a rye dirt with whole pistachios, goat cheese, and a reduced balsamic glaze. This dish is a playful one - it would be like if you were to encounter beets in the ground and would be able to eat everything around it!|
|We used the blueberries and rhubarb to make two compotes: one rhubarb only and one blueberry and rosemary. Then we mixed these into freshly whipped cream and also put in crushed meringues. So good!|