Cunningham’s Café is kicking off their supper series with a pork tasting, a Cunningham Farms pork tasting on Saturday, January 24th at 6:30 p.m. Pork, the other white meat, is more than just bacon and Cunningham’s Executive Chef Jason Lear and Bagby Group Chef Chris Becker and Angie Law, their Executive Pastry Chef will be creating a five course dinner featuring their own heritage breed pork from Cunningham Farms in Monkton, Maryland.
As the world famous culinarian James Beard said, “If I had to narrow my choice of meats down to one for the rest of my life, I am quite certain that meat would be pork.” The ticket price is priced right for a great Saturday evening out, only $49 per person, excludes tax and gratuity but includes one alcoholic drink, the food and valet parking. Additional alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. Be advised that seating for this dinner is very limited. Stop in the café to purchase your tickets or call them at 410-339-7750.
Heritage breed pigs can be traced back to a time before industrial farming and were kept out in the pasture and foraged during all kinds of weather. Time and industrial farming diminished these heartier breeds of hogs. Some farmers held on to these breeds so they didn’t become extinct and we now call these numerous breeds “heritage.”