march din dins
Don’t be chicken!
Sunday 29th cooking class and Dinner with Boondockers Farm
tend to duck things we fear. We dismiss chicken as boring, but maybe
that's because we don't know what to do with something as principal as a
March’s din dins, Saturday March 28th and Sunday, March 29th, aim to redefine our relationship with the bird.
One weekend each month, they host a public supper club at din din’s home at 920 NE Glisan Street.
It’s like a dinner party, but with strangers! Everyone arrives at the same time and is served the same menu. Enjoy conscientiously sourcing local ingredients which allows us them to
write harmonious, composed menus in the French tradition with which they
pair wine and spirits. What
din din loves about food is its role in gathering everyone in celebration.
They want to welcome you to a true occasion which they endeavor to with a
hosting style somewhere between elegant and tongue-in-cheek.
don’t be chicken! :
whole chicken cooking class with Boondockers Farm
SUNDAY, MARCH 29
2 to 5pm
$150 for hands on cooking class and six course supper with wine
$180 with a whole chicken to take home
Sunday afternoon, we’ll teach you how to make this meal from a whole chicken.
We will teach you about the various heritages and ages of chickens.
we’ll step into the Din Din kitchen and learn how to butcher a chicken,
and how to perfectly cook a chicken breast and thigh. We’ll
then sit to a Sunday supper and enjoy what we’ve cooked.
class is for both kinds of students—grab an apron and a knife and help
us prepare the meal or tip a glass of wine and spectate. You can opt
to purchase a whole chicken to take with you, and if you’d like to
butcher it while you’re here, we’ll walk you through it.
to make your rezzo, contact Din Din at 971.544.1350
or email@example.com (please include your phone number)
pastis chicken salad in endive leaf
pain d’épices with chicken liver mousse & brandied cherry
onion soup with hazelnut Dijon pistou
chicken à blanc with liver cream, poached pear, and fennel salmon salad
chicken confit with beurre cassis, cracklins and late treviso
white balsamic dressed heirloom greens
hazelnut panna cotta with Pinot Noir cherries
Don't be chicken-- join us!