3rd Annual Harvest Dinner a Wonderful Success

Thanks to everyone who joined us last weekend for our 3rd annual harvest dinner at Parigi with Wrath Wines.  40ish guests filled the room of Parigi celebrating sustainability, farm to table and seasonal ingredients prepared by owner/chef Janice Provost and her new addition to the kitchen, Chef Jed Smith, with proceeds going to Cafe Momentum, started by Chef Janice with her former partner Chef Chad Houser, and The Stewpot, helping the homeless in Dallas.  From seared scallops in a to die for VooDoo sauce to 10 hour braised lamb neck….yep, falling off the bone, incredibly rich lamb neck, and a beautiful Amaretto liqueur filled tart, each paired perfectly with wines from Wrath Wines with special guest Claire Marlin on hand to guide guests through the tasting.

Lobster BLT Sandwiches

10 Hour Braised Lamb on GristMill Grits

As guests toasted and mingled special events occurred, including an impromptu fundraiser for The Stewpot, above and beyond our donation, ensuring many families will be fed through this holiday season.

Thank you to all of those who joined us, and for making it such a special evening.  Please keep an eye out for our next events and, if you have the time, consider donating to The Stewpot.  They do incredible work and every dollar they receive in donation or hour they receive in volunteer work is much needed and appreciated.

One Comment on “3rd Annual Harvest Dinner a Wonderful Success

  1. This event was simply fantastic. The Parigi Team was flawless–Food, Service, Wine, all excellent. We met some old and new friends and contributed to a great cause. Thanks Janice, Jed and to the whole Parigi Team!


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