Tuesday, July 17, 2012

CIVIC charcuterie nights at The Spotted Trotter

Posted By on Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 1:37 PM

Chef Kevin Ouzts and wife Megan
  • Chef Kevin Ouzts and wife Megan

On July 27, The Spotted Trotter charcuterie shop in Kirkwood will host the first installment of CIVIC, a night of music, and exclusive charcuterie on their porch. On the last Friday of every month, guests who reserve a spot will be able to choose from three different price points of charcuterie plates to share among their group. Owner Kevn Ouzts hopes the event will be an opportunity to give back to the community of people who have supported The Spotted Trotter from the beginning, as well as a chance to work with local beer makers and farmers who will contribute to future events.

After selecting a price point, guests have a choice between two seatings for the evening (8 or 10 p.m.), and need only specify the number of people in each party when making a reservation. CIVIC events are BYOB, but prior to the event, guests will receive an email including suggested wine pairings, picked exclusively by Ian Mendelsohn, whose resume includes the likes of H&F Bottle Shop, Avant Partir, and the St. Regis Hotel. Along with the names of the wines, Mendelsohn will also include where to find his suggestions at retail stores around town.

A look at the menu for CIVIC's inaugural event and few particulars after the jump.

To reserve your place, email Megan (megan@thespottedtrotter.com) no later than Friday, July 20th with the following information:

(1) Your charcuterie plate selection including whether you are adding on the foie gras torchon.
(2) Which seating you would like to attend
(3) The number of people in your party
Please note: If you choose the third selection, specify between chicken liver pate, rabbit pate, or the rillette.

Let Them Eat Meat ($25):
Basket of house-made sweet, cayenne chicharrones
H&F fresh baked bread (1), and confiture
One local cheese, one salami, one cured whole muscle
One peppered pork rillete with herb butter

Cuisine Bourgeoise ($35):
Basket of house-made sweet, cayenne chicharrones
H&F fresh baked bread (2), and confiture
Citrus-pickled fennel fronds
One local cheese, two salamis, one cured whole muscle
One peppered rabbit pate with spiced mayhaw aspic
One terrine '

Le Cours de Kirkwood Kings ($55):
Basket of house made sweet, cayenne chicharrones with sorghum tobacco pipette
H&F fresh baked bread (3), and confiture
Citrus-pickled fennel fronds, and spicy pickled antones carrots
Two local cheeses, two salamis, two cured whole muscles
One plate (Chicken or rabbit) or one rillette with herb butter
Crispy pork roulade

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