CANADIAN BEER NEWS and THE RUSHOLME PARK SUPPER CLUB
present A CRAFT BEER TASTING MENU
by CHEF KENDRA SIMMONDS
at THE DEPANNEUR
1033 College Street, Toronto
SUNDAY, APRIL 28th, 2013
7:30 PM – reception
8:00 PM – four course dinner with beer pairings
$40 including taxes
For this special edition of the Canadian Beer News Dinner Series, we will be partnering with The Depanneur – “a place where interesting food things happen” – to present an installment of The Rusholme Park Supper Club, a series of family style dinner parties prepared and hosted by guest chefs.
For this unique dinner, we’ve assisted chef Kendra Simmonds in selecting and obtaining several Ontario craft beers – as well as a BC craft cider – to pair with a four course dinner that will also feature the selected beers as ingredients in the dishes.
This dinner is limited to 20 guests and is already sold out – but there is talk of doing another in the future, so stay tuned…
MENU & PAIRINGS
Beer bread crostini topped with a beer-infused cheddar sauce
Great Lakes Pompous Ass
Deconstructed beer salad
Barley and rye grains, wheat grass, corn shoots with a hops and malt vinaigrette and crispy bacon
Beau’s Beaver River I.P.Eh
Drunken Pigs – pork and beer two ways
Beer brined pork loin with beer reduction, spiced hoppy lentils, and sautéed rapini
Crispy beer glazed pork belly with mushroom medley and asparagus spears with toasted almonds
Liberty Village 504 Pale Ale & Spearhead Moroccan Brown Ale
Beer batter crepes
Filled with cider flambéed apples and coffee porter-chocolate mousse
Mill Street Coffee Porter & Tree Duke’s Cider
ABOUT THE EVENT PARTNERS
The Depanneur exists to showcase culinary talent, promote innovation in the good food sector and collaborate with food entrepreneurs to expand the horizons for food in Toronto. Founded and run by Len Senater, The Dep hosts different kinds of food-related events, including Drop-In Dinners, Workshops, Supper Clubs and a lively weekend Brunch.
Kendra Simmonds learned the basics of working in a French kitchen while on a student exchange in France. When she returned to Canada, she attended culinary school at both Humber and George Brown colleges, worked in the kitchen at the Campbell House Museum, apprenticed at Jamie Kennedy Kitchens, and now runs her own catering company, Salt & Sparkles. She has previously worked with the Depanneur on a sold out dinner that recreated dishes from the last meal on the Titanic.
Canadian Beer News is a website dedicated exclusively to coverage of Canada’s beer and brewing industry. Presenting news and information with minimal editorializing, CBN features announcements of new beer releases, brewery openings and closures, news about festivals and events, and other information from breweries all across the country.