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Thursday, March 13, 2008

Muss & Turner's in battle and on the farm

Posted By on Thu, Mar 13, 2008 at 5:50 PM

Muss & Turner's is participating in some cool events in the coming months:

On Sunday, March 13 Muss & Turner's is taking part in a local chef battle between Ryan Hidinger of M & T's and Chris Hall of Canoe, to be held at Jay Swift's ( formerly of South City Kitchen) new place, 4th and Swift located in the Old Fourth Ward.

Todd Mussman and Ryan Turner will be blind tasting the two chefs on two white wines, two reds wines and two beers and the chefs will create two courses for each.

"In our opinion, this is the most genuine way for a chef to make food in symphony with drink," writes Turner. " This kind of stuff is just fun for us. Obviously the whole chef battle thing is hip right now, but our goal is to just 'throw down' with our chef buddies in a very friendly competition."

Make your reservations fast because this food fight is limited to 30 people.

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If you're looking to get a little fresh air then take a quick trip out to the farm. Muss and Turner are working with Brady Lowe from Taste Network to host a Champagne farm dinner.

On May 17, fifty guests will be loaded onto a "green" chartered bus provided by Elite Green Car, a company that refers to themselves as "eco-friendly chauffeurs," at Muss & Turner's store in Smyrna and driven to Serenbe for a tour of the development and the farm.

Everyone will be served an early, multi-course family style dinner created by Muss in conjunction with the harvest schedules of three local farms. Food will be paired with Henriot Champagne in celebration of their 200th anniversary.

Dinner will be served in a Serenbe home overlooking the farm where much of the food that will be served was actually grown.

Future details of the chef battle and farm dinner will be at www.mussandturners.com.

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