02-DSC_0287scan0002We couldn’t have asked for a nicer evening for last week’s final Dinner in the Field for the season. The sky was perfect, the temp just a little more than warm, and the humidity of a few weeks ago was a distant memory.

This menu was really spectacular as well, with much thanks to the products and help from New England Charcuterie of Waltham and Coastal Vineyards of South Dartmouth.

 

If you attended any of our dinners this summer, thank you so much, we really appreciate the support and hope you enjoyed yourselves. If like so many people, you didn’t make it off the waitlist this year, we hope you’ll be able to join us next season.

 

Don’t forget we usually release dates and tickets in early May and those of you on the email list will be the first to know!01-DSC_0285

 

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New England Charcuterie’s mobile smoker kept the Wagyu brisket going all afternoon and added a nice bit of flair to the decoration.

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Pickled Homegrown vegetables abound on our chacuterie side plate. Cucumbers are joined by a host of flavors: radish, kohlrabi, squash and more! House made nasturtium mustard and sage flower jelly complete the platter.

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Moody’s New England Charcuterie Platter included a velvety foie gras as well as some delectable salamis.

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An appetizer trio for the next course offered some very unique tastes, including a pork pop-tart, a rueben fritter and a corn cake with jalapeno sausage and peach mostarda.

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Coastal Vineyards Cranberry Sunset, a true New England rose.

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The last hour of Moody’s 52 hour brisket turning in the smoker.

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Corn & Bean salad with Thai basil dressing.

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Mixed lettuce with homemade peperonata vinaigrette and Nasturtium blossoms

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Classic heirloom tomatoes with mozzarella, on a bed of arugula and purslane

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Double ricotta stuffed Kale Pasta with caponata

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Wagyu Brisket served over southern style vegetables

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Chocolate and red beet velvet cake with goat cream cheese frosting and candied chioggia beets.

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Thanks again to our local partners who made this dinner possible: NewEngland Charcuterie/ Moody’s Deli, SunnyCrest Orchards, Four Star Farm, Carr’s Ciderhouse, We Grow Microgreens, & Coastal Vineyards.

See you next year!