The Baltimore Station Presents: A Patriotic Inspired All-American Wine Supper

By Anna McCoy On Monday, July 20 th, 2015 · no Comments · In Uncategorized

This All American dinner was designed by Chef Jerry Edwards CPCE to not only pair perfectly with these All American Wines, but also to create a menu that honors American Traditional foods done in our cutting edge fashion and style. 

 

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ABOUT CHARITY

 

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All-American Wine Supper Menu

BUTLER PASSED HORS D’OEUVRES
Atlantic Coast Angry Shrimp
Florida Orange and Chili Glaze


Verdant Valley Bacon Crostini
Tomato Jalapeno Jam
2013 David Hill Estate Pinot Gris

ALL AMERICAN SEATED SUPPER
America’s Past Time
New England Hot Dog
(Scallop, Shrimp and Crab Sausage)
Adorned with Handmade Hawaiian Pineapple Apple Relish
Warm Buttered Bun
2012 Crosby Roamann Sauvignon Blanc
Southern Style
World Spiced Country Free Range Fried Chicken
Wild Porcini and Truffle Cream Gravy
Salty Maryland Kale Chips
2012 Crosby Roamann Carneros Chardonnay

Pork and Beans
Spiced and Seared Crispy Pork Belly from Verdant Valley Farm
Black Bean Sauce
Creamy Corn Bread
2012 Fritz Pinot Noir


Mom’s Pot Roast
Yankee Gunpowder Bison Pot Roast
Sweet Salsify, Earthy Beets and Local Carrots
Fennel Streusel Topping
2011 Crosby Roamann Mt. Veeder Cabernet


Norman Rockwell Ice Cream Parlor Days
Dark Chocolate Brownie
Pure Cream Vanilla Ice Cream
Handmade Hot Fudge
Roasted Fresh California Mission Figs- Zinfandel Drizzle
2012 Pezzi King Zinfandel

 

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We are also thrilled that Julliana McBride, Co-Owner and Co-Founder of Crosby Roamann Winery will be here to discuss the wines and tell us her
“All American Wine Making Success Story”

Crosby Roamann is a collaboration of the husband and wife team of Juliana and Sean W. McBride. We both came to wine from wildly different paths. Juliana studied Art History and Italian in college, then worked in publishing for a decade. She fell in love with the world of wine when she lived abroad in Italy for a year. Sean started out at a wine and cheese store in Ann Arbor, Michigan, but he too ended up working in Manhattan for a number of a years, which is where we met. We started making wine slowly, and with great hesitation. We never had plans to start a winery, we were just doing what we loved for the love of it. (read more)

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ABOUT THE BALTIMORE STATION

The Baltimore Station is an innovative therapeutic residential treatment program supporting veterans and others who are transitioning through the cycle of poverty, addiction, and homelessness to self-sufficiency… learn more.

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