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2015 Farm-to-Trumbull Dinner Series Kick-off w/ Connecticut Farm Table Cookbook Authors @ Parallel Post

16 Jun

Although the farm and the love of all things local has never left Parallel Post in Trumbull, it’s been a while since they have had their Farm-to-Trumbull event. This year actually marks the third year that this awesome celebration of local food has taken place and this year it’s going to be even more amazing.

The first intimate event (only 30 attendees) will be held on June 25 and starts at 7 pm with tickets costing $110 per person or $200 per couple (tax and tip included). While that price might seem high, you’ll be getting plenty of great things:

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Farm to Table Dining Sprouts up in Trumbull with Parallel Post, a Dean James Max Restaurant

24 Oct

James Beard nominated chef, Dean James Max knows a few things about running successful restaurants that people can’t get enough of.  We’re talking 3030 Ocean in Fort Lauderdale, Amp 150 in Cleveland, Asador in Dallas, Brassiere in the Grand Caymans, Latitude 41 in Columbus, and the newly opened Parallel Post in Trumbull, CT.  That’s quite an impressive portfolio, but we’re definitely excited about what this means for Connecticut and Trumbull.  You’ll be able to find Parallel Post where J. Porter’s used to be at the Trumbull Marriott Merritt Parkway right at this very moment.

The focus of Max’s new Parallel Post is on farm-to-table dining, taking in various sources from nearby farms and food producers.  More specifically, the menu focuses on Modern American cuisine, highlighted by seasonal and regional food.  Seafood comes from Norwalk’s own Norm Bloom & Sons and Foley Fish of Boston; they source meat from Ox Hollow Farm in Roxbury, CT; they bring in great cheese from Coach Farms in Pine Plains, NY and Beltane Farms in Lebanon, CT; and they have lots of greens from Gilbertie’s Herb Gardens in Westport, CT.

Using these local ingredients, you can look forward to dishes such as:

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