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Trinity Farm Shop & Café

Awsworth Lane

Cossall

NG16 2RZ

United Kingdom

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8 Course Tasting menu and music – A showcase of foraged foods, organic produce techniques by Samuel (head chef at Trinity Farm)

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The evening will consist of an eight-course taster menu with showcasing foods foraged from the organic farm, along with other organic produce prepared using a unique blend of classic and modern techniques.

The evening will be sat outside on Trinity Farm's beuatiful lawn (see the picture at the top) and will be accompanied by live music.

It is bring your own alcohol (BYOB), organic soft drinks will be sold from the Farm Shop.

The dinner starts at 6.15pm, so please arrive by 6.00pm.

Only 30 places available each evening

Recurring event with the first on Thursday 8th July

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First Course – Devilled Tea Egg in Olde English spice with hand picked Trinity farm grown salad

Tea eggs are a Chinese delicacy but chef is using black English tea and old English herbs and spices and devilling the yolk with cayenne to create a one of a kind flavour experience. The eggs are from our biodynamic hens here on the farm.

Contains – Egg, Mustard

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Second Course – A confit garlic crostini with crispy mushroom and sage.

Welbeck bakehouse provide the artisan sourdough for our chef to build on, Hot crispy buttered mushrooms in sage and a low slow roasted sweet garlic confit make sure this dish packs a satisfying savoury punch

Contains – Wheat gluten, Dairy

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Third Course – A palette cleansing granita of mint and lime to refresh

Granita is an elegant sort of sorbet, that freezes hard and chef shaves into fluffy clouds of ice shavings. Refreshing and tart this course is designed to clear away the depth from the confit garlic and leave your senses ready for the fish and meat course ahead

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Fourth Course – Fish course – Salmon cured in gin with sweet pickled fennel

This dish is designed to work around the fennel – The gin cure strips some of the greasiness from the salmon and imparts wonderful botanical and delicate notes, whilst the sweet pickled fennel gives a fresh sharp burst of sweetness and aniseed. The fennel is foraged from the farm and the salmon is ethically sourced and cured for 48hrs prior to rinsing, slicing and plating.

Contains – Fish, Sulphites,

Vegetarian alternative – Saute asparagus with almond in white wine and soft herbs

Asparagus is one of the finest culinary delights at this time of year. The chef selects tender tips, flashes them through a hot pan with butter and sea salt, and finishes with almond, white wine, and soft herbs from the farm to glaze

Contains – Dairy, sulphites

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Fifth Course – Meat Course - Rare wild boar with a cherry jam and smoky paprika homefry potato

A homemade cherry jam is the perfect counterpart for black and blue delicate ribbons of wild boar, rich dark and gamey. The chef has paired these two with a smoky style of roast potato – Meat and potatoes taken to new heights indeed!

Contains – Meat, Dairy

Vegetarian course – Aubergine fritter in organic IPA with a red onion and balsamic marmalade

This is a dish taught to the chef by Lewis, the owner at trinity Farm – who used to feed these fritters to his kids when they were young - they are crispy meaty and moreish. Chef has elevated them with the use of organic todd’s light IPA, and has paired them with his own homemade red onion and balsamic marmalade.

Contains – Wheat gluten, Sulphites,

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Sixth Course – A bistorta and dandelion herb pudding – The chefs take on a recipe from 6000BC using a wide range of foraged herbs and leaves, pearl barley and our own biodynamic eggs! Served with macerated strawberry to balance the natural bitter delicate flavour of this pudding.

Contains- Egg, Dairy, Barley

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Seventh Course – Flower Power

Viola petals suspended in a foraged sweet cicely jelly made with our own honey, served alongside sour cherries and an almond crumb

Contains- Honey, Gelatin

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Eigth Course - Selection of handmade truffles

As a finishing touch, the Chef has used his experience working as a pastry chef to create a selection of chocolate truffles to leave you with a sweet memory of the meal

Contains- dairy


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Trinity Farm Shop & Café

Awsworth Lane

Cossall

NG16 2RZ

United Kingdom

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Refund policy

No Refunds

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