TL:DR – Gastro Non Grata, Triple Rock Social Club, April 20th. Many good things, including Dustan Pinlac from Levain, Christian Aldrich from Haute Dish, Michelle Gayer from Salty Tart Bakery, Corey Shoevin from Hohenstein’s with Lagunitas and beer in hand, and music from Cactus Blossoms, Heavy Deeds and Little Dog on Top of a Big Dog as well as other good things.
Tickets are $8 in advanced or $12 at the door. Cheers!
Greetings Gastronauts. It’s time once again to celebrate separating your trash, riding your bike and winter that feels like late fall. She must be warming up to us and it’s time to say thanks to Mother Earth. Our April 20 Pre
Earth Day Confection Carousel comes with a WARNING…
This is a rare Friday night show and no restaurant in their right mind would give us their chef. So we’re setting savory to the side on this one and are bringing in 3 of the most talented pastry chefs in town. So Please, make sure you eat dinner before the show because you will be receiving 3 dessert courses.
stan Pinlac of Levain will be the first to establish the base of your sugar rush. Christian Aldrich of Haute Dish will bring the sucrose to the second course and put your taste hairs on edge. James Beard Nominee Michelle Gayer of Salty Tart Bakery will be the one to glaze you off this candy cliff into the abyss of ethereal dulcification.
Each course will be paired with a sample of the bubbly brown stuff from Lagunitas Brewery, there’s even word that we’re going to get one of the few elusive kegs of Waldo’s Ale, an ultra rare Imperial/Double IPA that has only been
available in California until now. Corey Shovein of Hohenstein Distributing will be on hand for quality control and Lagunitas craft beer dorkspeak.
The honeyed vocal styling of the Cactus Blossoms will start the night off right on the waltz tip. Heavy Deeds will be bringing their laid back grooves and harmony ambrosia on a journey between your ears to help your second course settle and Michael Gaughan will be performing as Little Dog on Top of a Big Dog to bring your saccharin soaked journey to a close with a dose of perma grin.
As always, Clancey’s Meat and Fish in Linden Hills will be providing carcass for our Dead Meat Door Prize.
Local Author Matte Resist will be on hand to answer any gardening or bike repair questions. He will also be selling and signing copies of his book How and Why : A Do It Yourself Guide.
Tickets are $8 in advance here or you can buy them at the door for $12
Gastro Non Grata is a labor of love brought to you by Craig Drehmel and Jeff Mitchell.
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To hear an audio recipe from the Hollywood Gourmand, go to Gastronongrata.blogspot.com