Buttermilk Road Sunday Supper Returns to Barista Parlor


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If you haven't heard about Lisa Donovan's popular Buttermilk Road Sunday Supper series yet, you've probably had you're head in the ground or you just don't hang out with the right culinary crowd. I've not attended one yet, but many of my friends say the former pastry chef from Margot and City House has put on some really entertaining, delicious events.

As with most semi-underground suppers clubs, you need to be in the know to find out when and where the next event will be in time to make reservations. If you'd like to get on the list, sign up at the website or like Buttermilk Road Sunday Suppers on Facebook. For her next trick, Donovan is returning to Andy Mumma's Barista Parlor in East Nashville on Sunday, Nov. 18.

As usual, the fabulous Robin Riddell will choose the wine pairings to accompany Donovan's thematic menu. the Nov. 18 dinner has a "back to nature" theme and is completely vegetarian. If you are thinking of cutting back on your meat intake ahead of the Thanksgiving food orgy, check out this tantalizing menu:

Buttermilk Road Sunday Supper, Sunday, Nov. 18

Cocktails and Beverages

Hot Apple Cider with Lairds Apply Jack Brandy and Prichard’s Tennessee Whisky

Mulled Wine


Crostini with Eggplant Caponata and Fried Cippolini Onions

Wild Mushroom Pate w. Cumin Marinated Olives and Pain de Campagne

Cheese Selection w. Fresh Figs and Quince

First Course

Warm Asparagus Salad w. Arugula, Walnut Vinaigrette and Poached Farm Fresh Egg

Second Course:

Buckwheat Crepe w. Housemade Ricotta, Roasted Fennel and Leeks w. Romesco Sauce and Fried Green Spanish Olives

Third Course:

Artichoke, Pepper and Chickpea Tagine

w. Preserved Lemon, Chermoula and Housemade Harissa

Bread Offerings: Pain Brie Normandie

Fourth Course:

Drew’s Brew Coffee Service

Maple Cream Panna Cotta w. Caramelized Pears and Oatmeal Crumble

Attendees are asked to make a suggested $80 donation when they reserve their spot at the table here. "Suggested," as in if you don't chip in, Lisa won't tell you when dinner starts or where the next one will be. From all I've heard, you might even want to exceed the suggested amount considering the quality of the food.


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