Monday, March 14, 2011

What Vegan Ireland Tastes Like.

Or so imagined by Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby of vegan mecca Horizons...Available Tuesday, March 15 - Thursday, March 17.

Probably the best thing you could do to your body in celebration of St. Patrick's Day. 

Horizons Emerald Isle Tasting Menu
3/15 - 3/17
5 courses
$45
Beer pairing
$20
We request that the entire table participate

Coal Roasted Leek and Salsify Puree 
braised barley and pickled rutabaga
Righteous Rye Pale Ale, Sixpoint, Brooklyn, NY
 

Emerald Salad 
baby farm leaves and herbs, capers, cucumbers, english peas,smoked tofu, brown bread croutons & walnut-onion dressing
*Ballast Point Big Eye IPA, San Diego, CA

Variation on Colcannon beer battered potato-turnip fritters, wilted kales and cabbages, smoked grain mustard sauce
Kelpie Seaweed Ale, Heather Brewing, Scotland 

Seitan, Porcini & Ale Pie roots and branches, truffled celery root crust
Satin Solstice Imperial Stout, Central Waters, WI 

Sticky Toffee Pudding vanilla bean ice cream, salted brown caramel
Housemade Jameson Irish Coffee



*Ed. Note: Ballast Point is in the process of eliminating gelatin from their beer, and may or may not be vegan as of this time. Thanks to reader Kevin Mudrick for the heads up. If anyone has any updates, please let me know. Details from Barnivore.com: http://www.barnivore.com/beer/1189/Ballast-Point-Brewing-Distilling?keyword=ballast

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