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Off the Menu: The Flavors of Autumn (Slow Food/The Refectory)

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    Slow Food Columbus announces…

    Off the Menu: The Flavors of Autumn

    The Refectory

    1092 Bethel Road, Columbus

    Tuesday, November 15, 6:30 p.m.

    $75 member / $85 nonmember (all-inclusive) + $1.99 ticketing fee

    Our Off the Menu series recognizes the fact that consumers bear some responsibility for what ends up on the plate at restaurants. We offer chefs an audience for the food that they’re most passionate about—whether it’s ultra-traditional, experimental, cutting-edge, or just the sort of thing that lights up a food geek’s eyes.

    We are very excited to announce our next Off the Menu event, the Flavors of Autumn Dinner at the Refectory. Chef Richard Blondin, chef of The Refectory and a native of Lyon, France, who studied under chefs Pierre Orsi and Paul Bocuse, and Kamal Boulos, the Refectory’s owner, will delight us with a unique menu featuring autumn flavors, including wild game paired with regional French wines. Chef Blondin’s passion and culinary expertise—his French country-style game recipes have been collected in a cookbook entitled The Hunter’s Table—are the inspiration for the menu.

    The full, rich flavor of the field-harvested meats that comprise the menu underscore Slow Food’s central message: ethics, sustainability, and pleasure go hand in hand. Please join us.

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    Considering The Refectory is one of my favorite restaurants in Cbus, this is definitely on my To Do list.

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    Quick bump: This is coming up, and there are still seats left. It’s really a unique opportunity, one that I don’t imagine I’ll see again any time soon.

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