Heritage Turkey Dinner at Osteria Via Stato

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Caveny Farm Bourbon Red Turkeys Paired with Candid Wines

Wednesday, November 18, 2009
6:30pm

$65 per guest

Join Executive Chef David DiGregorio and Candid Wines for a sustainable and local pre-Thanksgiving celebratory dinner featuring Bourbon Red Heritage Turkeys from Caveny Farm in Monticello, Illinois.

Guests will receive recipes for preparing a Thanksgiving Day feast at home, and will have the opportunity to pre-order their own Thanksgiving Day free-range Heritage turkey.

The evening will begin at 6:30pm with a brief reception followed by a four course, family-style seated dinner with wine pairings at 7:00pm.

To make your reservations, please contact Allison Gallese at 312-642-8450.  Price excludes tax & gratuity. 

The Menu:

RECEPTION

Tray-Passed Appetizers

ANTIPASTI

Family-Style

Seasonal Greens with Apples, Pinenuts and Parmigiano Reggiano

Root Vegetable, Farro and Turkey Soup

Salumi, Cheese and Seasonal Accompaniments

PRIMI

Family-Style

Local Pumpkin Ravioli with Brown Butter and Sage

Hand-Rolled Ricotta Cavatelli with Wild Mushrooms

SECONDI

Family-Style

Braised Slagel Pork Shoulder with Tuscan Kale

Roast Heritage Turkey with Housemade Focaccia and Sausage Stuffing, Wisconsin Cranberry Relish and Giblet Gravy

Crushed Nichols Farm Butterball Potatoes

Local Brussels Sprouts with Slab Bacon & Parmesan

DOLCE

Family Style

Apple Crostata with Cinnamon Gelato

Wisconsin Pumpkin Pie

Poached Pears with Brandy Caramel Sauce

House-Made Italian Cookies

Bourbon Red Turkeys follow nature’s cycle. Eggs hatch in early April, poults grow during the summer on pasture with supplemental high protein feed and the birds mature on pasture and corn as the days grow shorter becoming naturally juicy and rich tasting. This process produces only one crop per year; harvest coincides with Thanksgiving and Christmas. Caveny Farm Bourbon Red turkeys are a natural product.

Caveny Farm raises poultry and lamb. Heritage breeds of turkeys, ducks and geese are our mainstay. Our birds are raised in pastures that grow grasses, clovers and amaranth. All of our poultry are fed custom formulated feed to compliment the nutrients found in our pastures. Corn, soybeans and soybean meal along with vitamins and minerals are the only ingredients in our feed. We are proud to be part of the Slow Food movement which believes pleasure and quality in everyday life can be achieved by slowing down and celebrating the diversity of the earth’s bounty.

Osteria Via Stato
620 North State
Chicago, Illinois 60654
www.osteriaviastato.com
312-642-8450
twitter@osteriaviastato

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