Join Harvest Restaurant for our first "The Book and the Cook" cookbook dinner of 2019!
On Thursday, January 31st, Chef Tyler Kinnett and Chef Josh Livsey will welcome Aaron Goldfarb, author of Hacking Whiskey. He's gathered tips, recipes, and insider secrets about the weird yet delightful ways in which whiskey is being used today. And, for this special night, we'll be making recipes from his collection of ingenious ideas and shortcuts to help you temper your whiskey to greatness!
Tickets are $75 include a short reception, 4 course dinner, a fun and vibrant Q&A with the author and chefs, and a signed copy of Hacking Whiskey.
Orange Juniper Paté du Fruit
Salmon Roe, Fingerling Potato, Red Onion, Lemon & Parsley
Gruyere Cheese Gougeres
Botanical Blend Gin & Tonic
Beet, Bourbon & Green Apple Cured Salmon with Créme Fraiche, Pumpernickel, Dill & Mint
Smoked Mint Julep, Bourbon, Smoked Mint Syrup, Mint Sprigs
Whiskey Glazed Bacon, Wheatberries, Pork Rinds & Vanilla Parsnip Purée
Benton's Bacon Fat Infused Four Roses Bourbon
Beef Brisket with Orange Vanilla Poached Dried Apricot, Swiss Chard & Confit Potato
Death & Taxes, Cigar-Infused Bourbon, Lemon Juice, Peach Syrup, Fernet Branca Rinse
Smoked Pecan Ice Cream with Butterscotch & Black Tea Wafer Cone
Uncrustable, Peanut Butter Bourbon, Baileys Irish Cream, Frangelico, Raspberry Grand Casis Glaze
PB & J Macarons
Tea-Smoked Hot Toddy, Scotch, Lemon Juice, Honey, Hot Water
About the Author:
Aaron Goldfarb is a writer and journalist. He is the author of the novels How to Fail: The Self-Hurt Guide, The Guide for a Single Man, and The Guide for a Single Woman. He writes about drinking culture for Esquire, PUNCH, VinePair, Whisky Advocate, and more. His latest book is Hacking Whiskey: Smoking, Blending, Fat Washing, and Other Whiskey Experiment (Dovetail Press). He lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn, with his wife, Betsy; daughter, Ellie; Maine Coon cat, Hops; and around 1000 bottles of whiskey, give or take.