Comal Heritage Food Incubator will host their next Impact Dinner in the restaurant at TAXI (3455 Ringsby Court, Ste. #105, 80216). A limited number of general admission tickets are now on sale for $75 per person and four exclusive Chef’s Counter tickets are available for $125 per person, all-inclusive.
Buy tickets for Comal’s December 2018 Impact Dinner at https://comalimpactdinnerfeb2019.eventbrite.com.
For Comal's February 2019 Impact Dinner, Executive Chef Tim Bender will partner with guest chef Sara Nassr on a multi-course gourmet meal complete with wine and cocktail pairings. Nassr and Bender are creating a menu of modern, Middle-Eastern inspired dishes that is rooted in traditional flavors, exemplified by creative techniques.
In partnership with Friends and Family, Comal’s February 2019 Impact Dinner will raise funds for Focus Points Family Resource Center, the nonprofit behind Comal, and Slow Food Denver. Slow Food Denver is a local non-profit chapter that offers programs, events and outreach to inspire individuals and the community to create change for food that is good, clean and fair for all.
The full menu will include:
Bread & Butter: Housemade Middle Eastern-inspired breads and butters.
Starter: Cold-smoked salmon lox with citrus, mache lettuce, trout caviar, parsley cream, rice crisp, and preserved lemon.
Soup: "Harira," a tomato and chickpea-based soup garnished with egg, parsley and celery.
Main Course: Colorado lamb several ways, garnished with seasonal vegetables and basmati rice.
Dessert: Baklava with filo dough, walnuts, sugar syrup, and citrus.
The four Chef’s Counter guests will enjoy additional exclusive beverages and delicacies such as West Coast oysters, caviar and langostine, while sitting up-close-and-personal to all of the action in the kitchen.