PERRY, N.Y. — When you walk into a local sugar house, the scent of maple envelops your senses, and your taste buds too. Spring is maple season, but maple isn’t just for pancakes! Maple is one of those great local natural products that lends itself well to baking and cooking, and in the expert hands of Chef Travis Barlow, foods are elevated to a new culinary level.
Savory Maple Creations – A Pairing and Maple Producers Tasting
March 28, 2019
The Hole-in-the-Wall Restaurant
7056 Standpipe Road, Perry, NY 14530
Focusing on maple producers and the versatility of their product is a natural extension of the craft food and beverage events the HW is passionate about bringing to the table.
If you love maple, you will love the creations by Chef Travis of the Hole in the Wall Restaurant in Perry, NY. Owners Jacquie and Travis believe that the best food is local and seasonal, not sourced from half a world away.
Join us for a delightful evening on March 28 at the Hole in the Wall at 6:00pm. The evening will casually begin with the HW’s signature charcuterie board and will progress to three courses with a cocktail, wine, or beer. The maple creations by Chef Barlow will include: appetizer: Miso and maple glazed broiled scallops, entrée: Maple and mustard glazed pork tenderloin and dessert: Maple and apple upside-down cake with maple ice cream and maple granola.
The HW culinary team is going to take maple to another level and give it the fine dining treatment. So bring your appetite and your curiosity to the table and let us entertain you with more of the bounty of Wyoming County agriculture. CCE Wyoming is coordinating with some local maple producers to be available for conversation.
The cost is $40 per person (plus tax and gratuity).
Reservations Recommended. Call today to make your reservation! 585-237-3003. Or for more information, contact Debra Welch at CCE Wyoming at 585-786-2251 x125 or email email@example.com
*Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by calling 585-237-3003 no later than ten days prior to the event to ensure sufficient time to make arrangements. Requests after this date will be met when possible.
–Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County
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