Lewis & Clark Wild Game Dinner –November

Historic Seaview, Washington’s
The DEPOT Restaurant
and
Patterson Cellars

LEWIS & CLARK WILD GAME DINNER

Inspired by the Corps of Discovery Diaries

Friday, November 2, 2018, 7:30 PM

–2019 Event TBA–

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GREETINGS WINE

Patterson Cellars

“Will you call on Doctr. Bollman & pay him for some wine sent me? It will be about 12 Doll.”  Jefferson to Lewis April 20 1800

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GREAT PLAINS COURSE

Venison & Pheasant Raclette on Honey Black Walnut Bread

Patterson Cellars

“We have venison and beaver tales when we wish them, elk and goat are less esteemed…”   Lewis May 5 1805

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DIPLOMACY COURSE

House Made Gnocchi withBraised Elk inRed Wine and Pearl Onions

Patterson Cellars

“I prosue’d a gang of elk through bogs, in maney places I sunk into themud andwater up to my hips without finding any bottom on the trale of those elk….” Clark, Dec 8, 1805.

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BITTERROOT COURSE

Cassoulet with Wild Boar Bacon, House made Venison Sausage and White Beans

Patterson Cellars

“….Dear Brother, we met with a great many Showonee and traded with them for Biar, Venison, Ducs, Tongues and Beaver Tales….”  Dec 18, 1805

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“O’CIAN IN VIEW” COURSE

Blackberry Bread Pudding drizzled with Pecan Caramel Sauce

Patterson Cellars

“…we found a large quantity of Graze the Buff. or Rabit Berryes of which we eat freely, they are a small red berry, Sower & Good to taste. we have seen them pleanty in this Country…”
Lewis, Aug 15, 1805

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Food Journal of Lewis& Clark: Mary Gunderson;
Jefferson & Wine: R.de Treville Lawrence