Buy Local, Eat Local, Dine Local, Sail Local

| July 16, 2012
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We all love to support local businesses and eat locally. But, have you ever done them both while sailing the Chesapeake Bay on the beautiful Schooner Woodwind?

While sailing around the Chesapeake Bay, Chef Amy Daniels from Palate Pleasers will lead you through an amazing dinner featuring everything local. She will lead discussions about what to look for when buying or growing local, where to find great, local food, preparation techniques and recipes for everything we will enjoy. Regionally themed mixed drinks, beer and wine will accompany the delicious food.

A representative from Black Ankle Winery and Catoctin Creek Spirits will also be aboard to discuss how they produce their local liquid libations.

Depart Annapolis at 6:30 pm, return to the dock at 9:00pm. Includes dinner, 3 drink vouchers, soda and water.

$99 per person, maximum 35 guests. 

Appetizers:
Chilled White Corn and Golden Beet Soup w/ fresh mint infused oil
Deviled Blue Crab

Dinner:
Smoked Paprika Rubbed Rockfish on sweet onion relish
Golden Stuffed Chicken Breast w/ salty ham, Hummingbird
Farms oven roasted tomatoes, fresh basil and Allegheny Chèvre Firefly Cheese
Quinoa Tabbouleh w/ heirloom tomatoes
Summer Squash Fritatta
Country Biscuits w/ Mountain Top Blue Cheese

Dessert:
Summer Peach and Blackberry Crisp w/ shortbread crumble

Beverages:
Local Microbrewed Beers from Heavy Seas and Flying Dog Breweries
Local Whiskey Distiller, Catoctin Creek, showcased by a Lemon Maple Chiller Cocktail
Local Maryland Winery, Black Ankle, Rolling Hills (red) & Viognier (white)We have specially picked out these beverages, because these are not only local, but the best that Maryland & Virginia have to offer!

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