Third Time’s the Charm: Announcing June’s Farm-to-Table Dinner Menu in Grand Cayman!

Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink in Camana Bay is proud to partner with Slow Food South Sound for a third season of dinners celebrating local farmers and fisherman and their fresh, simple and pure bounty!  Saturday, June 15 at 7:00 p.m., Executive Chef Thomas Tennant rolls out a three course, family-style menu with summer written all over it!  It’s exciting to have accumulated and supported a great core group of farmers over the three years we’ve been on the island, and to see their operations branch out from backyard gardens and produce, to growing businesses with diversified products including meat, poultry and dairy.  We still relish the occasional freelancers through our back door with their home-grown specialities like amazing mangos, which are in full force right now on Grand Cayman like they are here in Miami!

“The mangos are a collection from Plantation House’s Joel Walton, a freelance gardner with whom we’ve become acquainted named Roger, and Harvey Stephenson,” Thomas explains. “I’m using East End Garden eggs from Patrick Panton’s chickens. Hamlin Stephenson’s goats…”

Book your reservation now by emailing reservationsgcm@michaelsgenuine.com or call 345.640.6433.  CI $55 (CI $50 for Slow Food members,) includes a welcome cocktail, passed snacks, and three courses served family-style including dessert, as well as gratuity. A beverage pairing option is available for an additional CI $40.

Farm-to-Table Dinner Series: Season 3: June Menu

-Welcome Cocktail-

Honeybee
spring 44 honey vodka, local mango

-Passed-

Smoked Mahi Tacos
sofrito, arugula

Compressed Watermelon
citrus, purslane

Spanish Tortilla
sweet potato, scallion

-First-

Grilled Mahi
wilted swiss chard, dried tomato tapenade

Wood Roasted Baby Carrots
arugula, Caybrew pretzel croutons, basil, sunflower seeds, spicy carrot vinaigrette

-Second-

Slow Roasted Pork Shoulder
Seven Fathoms rum mojo

Wood Oven Roasted Goat Leg
fennel & greek yogurt marinade

Sauteed Bok Choy
farro, roasted plantains, dried season pepper flakes

-Dessert-

Local Mango-Lime Semifredo
coconut cake, fruit salsa

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