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Dinner Tomorrow? Short term notice … Long term appreciation

HOPPIN’ JOHN’S LOW COUNTRY DINNER and COOKBOOK SIGNING

Featuring author, John Martin Taylor

Langermann’s
Canton

Dust jacketOK, there's not a whole lot of time to get a seat at this special night of food history, great stories and a mighty-fine meal … all at the same time. Bring a friend or two and you have the makings for a special Thursday night in Baltimore with chef Neal Langermann, author John MArtin Taylor and a Southern inspired,
Lowcountry dinner.

Don't get confused … it's for Thursday,
October 18 at Langermann's at 2400
Boston Street in the
Can Company. You will also celebrate
the 20th anniversary of John Martin Taylor’s “Hoppin’ John’s Lowcountry
CooKing” Cookbook — widely considered the best regional cookbook of its time.

You will also meet author John Martin Taylor who was not only a witness to Charleston’s culinary
renaissance but as a historian and preservationist, he was one of its driving
forces. Many recognize the publication of his book, “Hoppin’ John’s Lowcountry
Cooking,” in 1992 as a milestone. You can receive a copy of the new, 20th anniversary
edition cookbook, a bag of Hoppin’ John’s famous Stone Ground Grits and a
4-course dinner.

Open
reservations between 5- 10 p.m.

Call 410
534-3287

Langermann’s.com

MENU

AMUSE
BOUCHE

Shrimp
Paste on Crostini

STARTERS
(choice of one)

Pimineto
Cheese with Celery Stalks, Crostini, and Romaine

Cape
Fear Scallops Over Creamy grits with Bacon Studded Butter Sauce

ENTREES
(choice of one)

Carolina
Shrimp and Grits with Andouille in a Buttery Clam Broth

Charleston
Perlau with Andouille, and Shrimp in Spicy Red Rice

Country
Captain Chicken with Curry Sauce over Rice

DESSERTS
(choice of one)

Rice
Pudding with Cranberry-Orange Puree

Campfire
Cobbler with Hard Sauce

Huguenots
Torte – a simple apple and nut cake(Charleston's most famous dessert)

 $85 per person includes a 4-course dinner, an autographed copy of the 20th
anniversary edition of “Hoppin’ John’s Lowcountry Cooking Cookbook," a bag of Hoppin’
John’s Stone Ground Grits, marvels and sugar sookies. It's $140 per couple. 

About the Author

Michael Birchenall is Editor and Publisher of Foodservice Monthly, a regional trade publication covering the foodservice industry of the Mid-Atlantic (DE, DC, MD, VA). Foodservice Monthly has been recognized as the Restaurant Association of Maryland's Allied Industry Member of the Year and by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington as the Joan Hisaoka Associate Member of the Year.

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