The occasion was the Independence Day Feast organized by Noshable, a pop-up dinner which took place on the 4th of July.
The 3-course meal featured American classics made with the finest Cornish ingredients, supplied by Cornish Grill.
On arrival, the guests were greeted with a glass of house cocktail and a packet of Billy Franks jerky.
The starter was Rare-breed Pulled Pork, Corn Dogs with atomic peppers and a coffee-infused barbecue sauce dip. The sauce was amazing and enhanced the pork and pepper’s flavours.
The main course was Slow-cooked dry-aged Cornish Beef Brisket in a French Dip sandwich w with sweet potato ‘tater tots’ and slaw. Now, those tater tots were a true discovery, lighter than fries but equally satisfying!
Cornish ice-cream floats were also served as dessert, while Picklebacks were available to order at the bar – not advisable if you’re there to work as a photographer and need to stay sharp! ;)
It was a busy evening with two sold out sittings, lots of tasty food and drinks, on a warm and miraculously dry summer day!
I will be on the look out for more events by Noshable and Cornish Grill – there are exciting things in the pipeline from this duo! Stay tuned!
You can also find a selection of my photos on the Ben’s Canteen website.