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Shango offers locally-centered dinner for Slow Food chapter May 29

BY ANDREW Z. GALARNEAU

Chef-owner Jim Guarino, of the Main Street Cajun-inflected Shango Bistro, (3260 Main St., shangobistro.com) will offer a menu of local-centric dishes May 29 as a fundraiser for Slow Food Buffalo Niagara.

His menu:

“SALAD - Poached Duck Egg, local greens with pork belly & pickled ramps

II. APPETIZER - Grilled Painted Meadow Quail with Andouille & green onion stuffing, spring pea mashed potatoes & a local fruit mustardo

III. ENTREE - Roasted Rack of Lamb with minted lentils, Oles Farm asparagus & lamb jus

IV. CHEESE COURSE with Blackman Farms preserves

V. DESSERT - Rhubarb Crisp with Ginger Basil Ice Cream”

It’s $65, including tax, tip and $5 to support the work of Slow Food Buffalo Niagara. 6 p.m. cash bar, 7 p.m. dinner. For reservations call 837-2326.

The local chapter of an international food lovers’ organization, Slow Food Buffalo Niagara aims to not only celebrate local food, but strengthen connections between farmers and their customers. 

email: agalarneau@buffnews.com

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