Chef Kim Saunders has just announced her menu for the Windjammer's popular New Year's Eve dinner. It is sounding delightful – so far, the following selections are included.
Amuse Bouche to Whet the Appetite
Baked Malpeque Oysters with Spinach, Pancetta and Gruyere
Oxtail & Onion Soup with Blue Haze Croutons
Roast Supreme of Pheasant, Wassail Jus
Atlantic Lobster & Scallop Risotto
Beef tenderloin with Green Peppercorn Cognac Sauce
Our local brewery is making it easy to combine enjoyment of a festive pint (their new Cranberry Pilsner
) with giving to the St. Thomas-Elgin United Way Campaign
. Railway City Brewery will donate 50 cents from every bottle of the seasonal beer sold during the holiday season.
Railway City’s Paul Corriveau enthuses “This is an exciting release for us as it is a very fresh crisp pilsner using only the finest freshest cranberries from Bala, in Muskoka plus proceeds are going to support the local United Way Campaign.” Local United Way Executive Director Paul Shaffer notes that the organization is very pleased to have the support of Railway City Brewing Company and their customers. Holiday Open House
during the weekend of December 17th-18th
will feature brewery tours and free samples. Then, probably late Tuesday, Railway City will release their Black Coal Stout
, (something to share with your naughty friends?)
The brewery continues to make their good tastes more widely available. The new Tall Boy
cans (Iron Spike Blonde & Dead Elephant) are now being shipped to LCBO outlets. You can enjoy a pint of the Cranberry Pilsner on tap at Kenny Iguana’s
in St. Thomas and ME & Suzie’s
and The Wharf
in Port Stanley. Visit Railway City Brewing Company at 68 Curtis Street, to pick up some brews to share with friends over the holidays (or some cool branded shirts, hats, etc). For more information call 519-631-1881 or visit www.railwaycitybrewing.com.
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