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2024 Jamaican Dinner, Cider, and Live Music

2024 Jamaican Dinner, Cider, and Live Music

Join us Sunday, August 4th as we welcome special guest Chefs Natalie Evans and Carlington Noble to the Finnriver Kitchen! They will be preparing a special Jamaican dish of curry goat for Jamaican Independence Day, which coincides with our annual Orchard Vibrations celebration. Come join us for this special dinner, with live reggae music by Lion of Judah band. 

TICKETS

Purchasing your event ticket in advance is strongly recommended, as we sold out in minutes last year! Limited quantities may available on the evening, however we expect to sell out.

Tickets are available for $29 and this includes the goat dinner, a glass of Finnriver cider or a non-alcoholic beverage from our selection, as well as covering the cost of the suggested music cover charge.

Meals are available for pre-sale with staggered service times: 5pm, 5:20, 5:40, 6pm, 6:20, 6:40. Please select your pick-up time with your ticket purchase below.

Curry Goat Chef Notes: 
The curry goat dish is made with fresh goat meat from a farm in Olympia, WA.  It was butchered by Natalie's good friend and Jamaican native Tevin Campbell who owns a food truck called Jerk N Tingz in Olympia, WA. The goat is seasoned and marinated overnight in a curry blend of turmeric, allspice, paprika, cardamom, garlic, fenugreek, black pepper, along with thyme, onions, and scallions. It is then prepared using the braising technique, where it is cooked to a low simmer until the meat is tender and soaking in its own delicious gravy.

The curry goat will be served with coconut rice and peas, a fresh Caribbean style cabbage slaw and fried sweet plantains. Suggested Cider Pairing: Enjoy the heat of Finnriver's Habanero Cider with this flavorful dish, or try our Tideline for a milder pairing.

A little history:
Curry goat is Jamaica's most popular dish. While the origins of curry goat is unknown, it is assumed that the East Indians who came to the island as indentured workers from 1842 onwards first used this method to produce a delish dish out of what was considered by some a rather inferior meat. 

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