A Feast for the Senses
Food is inherently sensory. It engages our senses every step of the way—we procure, prepare, salivate, and savor. But more importantly, food is social. It connects us to the people who provide for us, for whom we cook, and who eat with us at the same table.
Join us at the table as we take you on an exploration of all the senses during this pop-up dinner served up by chef Carrie Eagle. Partners include SCA Contempory Art, Farm & Table, Sol Harvest Farm, Milagro Vineyards, and Zendo.
Wine & Apps
Spring Pea Soup with Buttermilk Panna Cotta
Grilled Halibut Steak
chive israeli couscous | mustard-glazed radicchio | grapefruit beurre blanc
Huckleberry Turnovers with Chantilly Cream
Chef Carrie Eagle
Farm & Table welcomed a new executive chef to their team in June 2015: Chef Carrie Eagle.
Chef Carrie comes to us from Colorado, where she relocated from Albuquerque to head up the renowned Dunton Hot Springs Resort. While she was there, Chef Carrie received numerous awards and accolades from her cuisine, including the “It List,” for Travel and Leisure Magazine 2014, Conde Nast Traveler’s Top 40 Resorts in the World for 2014, and Bon Apetit’s #4 Best Food Lover’s Hotel in America for 2012.
Returning to Albuquerque is also a return to her roots; Chef Carrie is also a well-known face in Albuquerque foodie circles. Before moving to Colorado, she made her mark working all over the city for a decade, and opening many city favorites both past and present – Chef Carrie was the creative force behind Desert Fish; Taste, the catering arm of Zinc, Seasons and Savoy; and the beloved JC’s NYPD.
About Sol Harvest
Sol Harvest Farm is an urban farm growing organic vegetables, herbs and flowers in the beautiful North Valley of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Farmer Ric Murphy follows sustainable growing practices and offers the freshest seasonal produce, year-round. Sol Harvest is proud to be the on-site farm for Farm & Table Restaurant, and sister store La Parada Mercantile, providing fresh produce to the restaurant and an on-site farm stand.
Farmer Ric and his wife Aimee are committed to being stewards of the land and building community around food. More than just a farm, Sol Harvest supports the community in many ways; selling fresh produce at area farmer’s markets, teaching local school groups about how food grows, offering workshops and yoga classes at the farm and providing Farm & Table with produce that travels only 200 feet from field to kitchen!
Eating fresh, seasonal produce is good for your health and buying local is good for the community. Look for Sol Harvest vegetables, herbs, and flowers at the Downtown Grower’s Market, our on-site Sunday Farm Stand and featured at Farm & Table Restaurant!
SHOP local at La Parada Mercantile. DINE local at Farm & Table Restaurant. GROW local with Sol Harvest Farm. Together we are building a community around family, food and a farm. Join us!
About Milagro Vineyards
Milagro Vineyards and Winery create wines in Northern New Mexico from vineyards located in and around the picturesque village of Corrales. Believing that wine is made mostly in the vineyard, Milagro raises all the grapes used to make its wines. Wines are handcrafted in an old world style using time honored techniques including aging in fine French Oak barrels to honor the land/place the grapes come from. The wines are truly “Handcrafted from Vine to Wine”
Milagro has produced wines from vinifera grapes since the vineyards were planted in 1985 and currently produces red & white table wines – Corrales White and Corrales Red – and varietal wines of Chardonnay, Semillon, Riesling, Rose, Zinfandel, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.