Chef Bobby Moore of Barking Frog at Culinary Communion tonight at 6:30

Thinking about tonight’s dinner? You might be interested in this announcement which was forwarded to us earlier today. I’m posting it in its entirety so I can get this online for you as soon as possible, since I wasn’t here to post it earlier:

Dear Foodies:

Tonight: “Surf and Turf” is a classic combination of flavors but what happens when seafood and meat are in the adept hands of one of our favorite local chefs? Find out when you join us for a purely delicious meal from renowned local chef Bobby Moore of Barking Frog. Succulent, sweet Dungeness crab is in his lineup as well as tender and flavorful Kurobuta pork. Though our mothers tried to raise us here at Vagabond with polite table manners, we can’t guarantee she’ll be proud as we gather around for this menu…

  • Warm Dungeness Crab Salad
    Roasted Apple, Braised Leeks, Apple Cider Gastrique, Candied Walnuts
  • Braised Kurobuta Pork Shank
    Controne Beans, Swinery Bacon, Laccinato Kale
  • Artisan Cheese
    Oregon Blue Cheese Souffle, Fig Jam, Marcona Almonds

Invite friends and neighbors to join you to celebrate winter’s delicious bounty at its best and receive recipes to re-create the feast at home. Vagabond is the best deal in town especially this month!

Chef Bobby’s Vagabond dinner takes place tonight at 6:30pm and will be held at the CC House at Beacon Hill. Cost for our Vagabond demonstration class is $45 per person. Wines by the glass can be purchased at the event. Register now!

Thanks and see you soon!
The Culinary Communion Team

Culinary Communion, LLC
2524 Beacon Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144

One thought on “Chef Bobby Moore of Barking Frog at Culinary Communion tonight at 6:30”

  1. I am not saying that the pork is not wonderful but it isn’t Kurobuta pork.
    The only REAL Kurobata Pork is from pigs raised in Japan. There’s a complete breeding, feeding and management system that has to go with it. The pigs must be certified purebred, under Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) rules passed January 2000, if the meat is to be sold under the Kurobata classification.

    Pork being sold as Kurobuta outside Japan is just Berkshire pigs not real Kurobuta. All Kurobuta pork comes from Berkshire pigs. That does not mean that meat from all Berkshire pigs is Kurobuta pork.

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