Let There Be Truffles: Wine & Dine for a Good Cause11 Apr 2015, by Company News in
America’s leading truffle expert and developer of the country’s largest truffle orchard, Susan Alexander, is joining Sussex County’s most knowledgeable group of food professionals, SoDel Concepts, for Let There Be Truffles: a 3-night event celebrating unique truffle dishes and mighty fine wines. The best part? It’s all for Meals on Wheels Lewes-Rehoboth, a non-profit organisation committed to helping homebound seniors maintain healthy, independent lives by providing them 2 deliciously nutritious meals a day, 365 days each year.
Donating their time and mad skills to serve up multicourse truffle menus for the event are three SoDel Concepts chefs: Chef Jason Dietterick for Bluecoast on the 21st, Chef Chris Parks for Lupo di Mare on the 22nd, and Chef Maurice Catlett for Fish On on the 23rd; and lending a hand at all three restaurants is their corporate chef himself, Chef Doug Ruley, who has received many awards, including those for menu creation and meal preparation at the James Beard House.
What’s In Store For You
1st Night: April 21 – Bluecoast Seafood Grill + Raw Bar
Menu: Truffled Steak Frites, Popcorn Grits – Truffle Poutine, Octopus Carpaccio, Cockle Truffle Chowder, and Plums with Truffle Honey
For tickets, contact Shannon Colburn at 302.537.0100 or email@example.com.
2nd Night: April 22 – Lupo Italian Kitchen
Menu: Black Truffle Arancini, Mushroom Risotto with Truffle Jus, OC Tuna Crudo with Truffle Vinaigrette, Truffle-Stuffed Guinea Hen, and Olive Oil Cake with Truffle Gelato
For tickets, contact Alexis Schreiber at 302.226.2240 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
3rd Night: April 23 – Fish On: Seafood Grill & Bar
Menu: Fried Sweetbreads with Truffle Honey, Bacon & Egg Pincho, Lobster Dumplings with Truffle Cream, Dayboat Scallop in Truffle Broth, and Sweet Corn Ice Cream with Truffle Popcorn
For tickets, contact Lisa Wheeler at 302.645.9790 or email@example.com.
And as diners experience the wonders of truffles, Susan Alexander will be joining the chefs in discussing the courses further and demystifying the diamonds of the gourmet world in hopes of making them more approachable and less intimidating to cook at home.
Tickets for each venue are $75, and all proceeds will benefit MoW L-R and go towards providing even more meal services to local homebound residents. Reception starts at 6PM, and dinner at 7PM. Tickets are going real fast and seating is limited, so book your table today! Follow Susan Alexander on Facebook and join her on Twitter (#LTBT) for the latest updates.