An Epic Salut! Celebration

Thursday, November 08, 2012

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Salut! continued its Cater-In Week last Saturday with a stylish dinner party at the upper St Andrew residence of Jamaica Observer contributor Angelie Martin- Spencer. The guest list of 12 included Justice Ingrid Mangatal and Patrick Hylton, group president and CEO of the National Commercial Bank Group, who came out to celebrate the birthdays of Spencer, her sister Arlene Martin, and Olympian Brigitte Foster-Hylton. Salut! caterer Christian Sweeney and his Epic Eats team prepared the evening's delish Jamaican fusion cuisine, paired with specially selected wines courtesy of Caribbean Producers of Jamaica. Thursday Life shares scenes.


Menu


Appetisers


Shrimp/Smoked Marlin and Goat Cheese Flat Bread


(Paired with Martini and Rossi Sparkling Rose)


Creamy Black Bean Soup served with Crème Fraîche Corn Tortilla Crispers fresh Cilantro, Flour Tortilla Dippers


(Paired with Fantinel Pinot Grigio)


Smoked Marlin Avocado Watermelon Salad, served with a Mint and Pepper Jelly Vinaigrette


(Paired with Louis Latour Chablis Chardonnay)


Entrées


Grilled Pork Tenderloin, topped with Citrus Apple Janga Salad, served with a hot shot of Janga Soup, Sweet Potato Purée, Micro Greens and Spicy Mango Currant Sauce


(Paired with Wente Pinot Noir)


Deconstructed Lamb Gyro with Baby Spinach, Thin Flat Bread, Cucumber Taziki and Feta Cheese


(Paired with Colores del Sol Malbec)


Dessert


Classic Napoleon Chocolate Ganache served with Fresh Fruit Whipped Cream


(Paired with Movendo Moscato IGT by Ruinite)


    

  

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