Thursday, Nov. 6 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Winston’s, 3101 Bardstown Rd. on the Sullivan University campus will host a dinner featuring dishes from the food traditions of six countries.
The $50 “boarding pass” (which is partially tax deductible) will allow guests to roam through six rooms, each devoted to the cuisine of nations such as Portugal, Italy and France. Admission includes a bourbon cocktail, wines, and more than a dozen tastings by Sullivan chefs and culinary students.
Check-in: Cheddar biscuits with Meacham country ham; Old Fashioned cocktail with Old Forester bourbon
Terminal A: Wine flights: Passed hors d’oeuvres including Gougerés pastries; Choose from 16 international and domestic wines for a flight of five
Terminal B: South Africa and Italy: Antipasti buffet including crostini with pesto aioli, marinated mushrooms and olives; 2012 Van Loveren Chenin Blanc No. 5, South Africa; 2012 Mad Hatters’ Barbera, Italy
Terminal C: Portugal: Chorizo soup, kale and Portuguese potatoes; 2010 Doural Red Tinto, Portugal
Terminal D: Paris: Éclairs and citron tarts; Pour-over coffee and espresso from Royal Cup Coffee
Terminal E: Australia (VIP only): Smoked salmon on quenelle of seasoned rice; Dried fig compote over Chevré; rosemary and garlic-roasted almonds; Penfolds Club Tawny Port, NV, South Australia and Prosecco
The evening of international food and wine pairings will benefit Junior Achievement of Kenuckiana. Kentucky author and Sullivan professor Albert Schmid will also be available to sell and sign his book “The Old Fashioned.”
To purchase tickets call (502) 456-0980 or go to winstonsoflouisville.com.