Swine & Sons, La Femme du Fromage and Central 28 team up for a Taste of Summer


Maybe it’s due to the fact that so many culinary staples are in season, or maybe it’s because it’s too hot to do much else, but food season kicks into high gear in the summer and doesn’t really stop for … well, ever, really. This week, three local food and drink purveyors team up in that spirit for a collaborative dinner. La Femme du Fromage and Swine & Sons Provisions craft a four-course meal featuring dishes like Cajun prawns with feta and charred corn salsa, or smoked pork belly with red-eye braised greens and peanut-cocoa nib agradolce, then pair those courses with beers from DeBary’s Central 28 Beer Co. Summer’s here, and – to paraphrase David Bowie and Mick Jagger’s bastardization of “Dancing in the Street” by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas – ”It’s an invitation, across the nation, a chance for folks to eat.”

7-10 p.m. Friday, June 30 | Swine & Sons, 595 W. Fairbanks Ave. | 407-636-7601 | swineandsons.com | $65


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