Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Slow Food Brunch @ Lola's on harrison 3/21/10

Slow Sunday Brunch
Honoring Special Guest Poppy Tooker

                                                 poppy tooker


Datil Pepper Bloody Mary

Strawberry - Swank Farms Mint Sangria

Varrigreen Farm Carrot, Orange-Ginger Saketini


Plantain Muffins
Spiced Local Honey Butter

Hani's Mediterranean Organics Goat Cheese Blintzes
Local Florida Strawberry Sauce

Wild Ocean Rock Shrimp Burgers
Swank Farms Bibb Lettuce, Florida Tomatoes. Swank Farms Micro Purple Basil, Amarillo Pepper Mayonnaise

Banana Stuffed French Toast
With a Cinnamon- Oat Streusal Topping

Rock Lobster Frittata
Deep Creek Ranch Shortrib Benedict,
Swank Farms Spinach, Cheddar Cheese Biscuits, Lake Meadow Naturals Poached Egg,
Swank Farms Mixed Herb Béarnaise Sauce


Spiced Local Honey Bacon
Swank Farms Spring Onion- Potato Hash
Palmetto Creek Farms Sausage

Come join Slow Food Glades to Coast as Guest of Honor, Poppy Tooker, creates one of her famous New Orleans dishes and speaks about her work saving local food traditions, her TV series Eat It to Save It & Edible Schoolyard.

Chef Michael Wagner has sourced some amazing local products to create a Florida grown family style brunch.  Lola's Mixologist Jennifer Lancaster has also created some local libations to help us toast the morning and celebrate the wonderful bounty our region has to offer.  Proceeds from the brunch will be benefitting the Slow Foods Glades to Coast convivium.
A limited number of Poppy's new cookbook, 
Crescent ty Farmers Market Cookbook will be on sale and available for signing during the event. For re information visit

Sunday March 21st, 2010 10:30 am - 1:00pm

$35.95 Slow Food members
$39.95 non members



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