I was almost going to come up with some cutesy peach reference for this post but instead opted for a double entendre.
One of the best parts of summer is biting into a fresh, local peach & feeling the juice run down my chin. However, with such an abundance of peaches its also very cool to see what chefs end up doing with them.
This Saturday August 21st the Inn at Hunt Phelan is hosting "Peach Jubilee". Chef Kjeld Petersen will be using the freshest most delicious peaches from Jones Orchard to craft some delectable dishes.
Appetizers & wines from Cornerstone Cellars will be served out on the lush patio (& it should be cool enough to enjoy) at 6:30 p.m. & a family style dinner will be served under the trees at 7 p.m. From the sound of it this will be a meal that no one should miss.
Excellent food using local ingredients crafted by a talented chef & it benefits the Cooper Young Community Farmers Market! Cost to attend is $60 plus tax & tip. Reservations are strongly recommended as this will more than likely sell out. Call the Inn at Hunt Phelan 901.525.8225.
Seriously. Call now.
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