Sunday, December 12, 2010
We’d like to take a moment to thank you all for your support of the Remington Lodge, and for your patience in awaiting news of our reopening. We were so excited to get the lodge up and running last year, with the anticipation of providing amazing local food and a gathering space for our community. What we did not expect was the gratification and magic of seeing friends and families gather, enjoying themselves over good food, conversation, and lots of laughter.
However, there was another unexpected factor we had to acknowledge, which was that, as much as we loved cooking for everyone, it was simply too exhausting for two people with full-time jobs. After having taken the summer to settle back into our regular lives and evaluate where we’d like to go from here, we’ve decided not to reopen the lodge for regular dinners. If anything changes in the future, and we decide to start serving again, you’ll be the first to know!
We’re exploring all the possibilities for how to use the lodge, including potentially renting part of it out for studio or living space. If you have ideas or suggestions for us, feel free to send us an email. We’d love to hear your thoughts! In the meantime, we have plenty of projects to keep us busy: starting new gardens, painting, and making other improvements to the building.
Thank you again, and best wishes to you.
We’ve enjoyed cooking for you!
Cathy and Carleen
**We know that there are still a few gift certificates in circulation. If you happen to have one, please send us an email. Thank you!
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Monday, April 26, 2010
So, on to May! Here's what we've got for you:
Sunday, May 9th Mother's Day Brunch
11am to 2pm
$20 per person
Fresh fruit plate
Freshly baked muffins and breads
Eggs Florentine with home fries
Juice, coffee, and tea
and . . . spring posies for all the mothers!
Friday, May 21st Soup, Salad, and Song with Sarah Stockwell Arthen
dinner at 7pm
music at 8pm
$20 per person
Come share an evening of delicious spring soups, fresh salad, home-baked bread and cookies, followed by a house concert with the marvelous songstress, Sarah Stockwell Arthen (www.sarahstockwell.com). Josh Wachtel, of Radio Free Earth, may stop in for a set, also!
Friday, February 19, 2010
March 6th Golden Curry
Cardamom pickled vegetables ~ red-lentil soup served with cucumber-mint raita ~ fresh naan ~ golden chicken curry served over basmati rice with carrots, tomatoes, and chopped cilantro ~ chai custard
March 19th Soup, Salad, and Song
A special Friday-evening concert with Josh Wachtel from Radio Free Earth! Soup, salad, bread, and cookies at 7pm, followed by music at 8pm. $20 per person.
March 20th Lasagna Sampler
Italian giardiniera pickles ~ pesto bruschetta ~ Caesar salad with homemade dressing ~ white lasagna with parmesan bechamel, three-cheese lasagna with Italian sausage, and spinach-mushroom lasagna ~ cookie platter
March 27th Maple Madness
House pickle ~ fresh bread with homemade butter ~ mesclun salad with maple-balsamic vinaigrette ~ maple-cider glazed ham ~ cheddar scalloped potatoes ~ lightly steamed fresh spring spinach ~ maple-nut cake with cinnamon streusel
April 10th Pasta Puttanesca
House pickle ~ fresh bread with homemade butter ~ Tuscan vegetable soup ~ green beans with shaved onion, fried almonds, and parmesan ~ pasta puttanesca ~ orange panna cotta with shaved dark chocolate
April 17th Mediterranean Mezze
Pickled spring turnips and carrots ~ beet tzatziki ~ flatbread with za'atar ~ chickpea and potato terrine, stuffed with onions, spinach, and tahini ~ tamarind braised short ribs ~ palace pilaf ~ black walnut baklava
April 24th Out of Winter . . . SPRING!
Guest chef: David Greeman
Root vegetable bisque with fines herbes ~ mixed green salad with shallot and garlic vinaigrette ~ roast leg of lamb, stuffed with tomato, garlic, rosemary, and mushrooms, served with Cabernet jus ~ flageolets, Hadley asparagus, and potatoes Boulanger ~ fruit cobbler with maple chantilly