Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Another Weekend, Another Pop-Up Dinner at Yemans Street

Fall is the perfect time to stuff yourself with Polish staples like kraut, stuffed cabbage, and beet soup. There is something very comforting about this type of cuisine. Luckily, Yemans Street is hosting a pop-up Polish themed dinner this Saturday, October 17th so you will have a chance to get your fix. This is a once in a lifetime chance to try Polish with a unique twist. Hamtramck is known for its Polish food,  but this meal isn't going to be your typical Polish Village eats. 
Detroit based chefs Jason Osburn, Brandon O'Sullican, and Ricky McCormick from Gold Cash Gold have teamed to cook up an interesting menu that includes:

A chefs board with smoked salmon and farmers cheese canape, handmade kabanosy (Polish hunter sausage) and kiszca (blood sausage) with sour cherry jam, various house made pickles, kraut, and fresh crackers.

The First Course: Beet soup, celery heart, toasted cashew, fennel, carrot creme fraiche.

The Second Course: Golabki (stuffed cabbage) fermented whole cabbage leaf stuffed with wild boar & buckwheat, tomato, sorghum, kombucha vinegar, dill oil.

The Third Course: Rye SpƤtzle, rabbit sausage, mushroom, mustard greens, sauce chasseur.

The Fourth Course: Zucchini pancake on green apple, pickled watermelon rind & absinthe puree with smoked yogurt and horseradish chips.

Dessert:  Plum ice cream, dark chocolate shell, ginger poppy cake.
Tickets to attend the meal are $65 per person, you can purchase them here. You must puirchase tickets to attend dinners at Yemans Street, you cant just walk in the door. Seating is first come first serve, so the larger your party is, the earlier you will want to get there. Seating starts at 7 p.m. and the first course will be served at 7:15. Make sure you are there on time because if you miss a course, you miss it! 

Yemans Street is located at 2995 Yemans Street in Hamtramck. Make sure to follow them to keep up with their events, there is always something special going on at Yemans Street!


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