Harvest is inviting those who want the experience of a farm-to-fork meal—without the garden cultivation, kitchen preparation and post cleanup—to sit at their table November 26, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., for a three-course meal that reflects its organic farm’s seasonal bounty.
Harvest Executive Chef Carlos Garcia says the special menu will include Southern dishes traditionally served on Thanksgiving, with Italian touches incorporated throughout.
Guests will begin their Thanksgiving dinner with a choice between a savory butternut squash and apple bisque born of fall flavors, or a pear and parsnip salad highlighted by roasted pears, parsnips and cambozola cheese.
Entree choices include classic turkey prepared two ways—a roasted breast or a leg stuffed with focaccia filling—and herb-roasted lamb. Side dishes will be aplenty, and range from roasted root vegetables selected from the Homestead farm to whipped potatoes with rosemary and gorgonzola, focaccia stuffing, sweet potato pecan casserole, haricot verts green beans, and freshly made cranberry and orange sauce. The capstone of the dining experience will be diners’ choice of pecan pie (a Marshall family favorite) or Homestead’s classic pumpkin bread pudding.
The cost is $40 per person and $15 for children 12 and under, and includes soup or salad, an entree, three sides, dessert and a non-alcoholic beverage.
Harvest at Homestead Manor is located at 4683 Columbia Pike in Thompson’s Station. For more information on the restaurant, visit www.homesteadmanor.com.
More About Homestead Manor
Situation on 50 acres of land steeped in local history, the ca. 1819 Homestead Manor property offers a wealth of dining, entertainment and educational opportunities to the Williamson County community. With both Tuscan and Tennessee influences, the property’s restaurant, Harvest at Homestead, rotates menu flavors to bring plates to life through fresh produce that the on-site orchard and organic farm yield. To learn more, go to www.homesteadmanor.com or f