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Monday, December 06, 2010

Dining

In addition to the light lunches served from Wednesday to Sunday (12 Noon to 1:30pm), when you drop in to the Homestead, we also offer delightful meal packages for groups of between 25 and 40 people. Tea Room is closed to the public, Mondays and Tuesdays and on Sundays at Macphails event dates.  Please see below for more information on Fall Flavours, etc. 

A reminder, that we accept cash only.

SUNDAYS AT MACPHAILS – Join us for a wonderful Island Traditional  Sunday Brunch – by reservation only (902 651-2789 – macphailhomestead@pei.aibn.com).

This is a great opportunity to dine in a unique heritage home, enjoy the ambiance, gather with a group of friends for a family reunion, a community gathering or a workplace get-together. We would be pleased to host for wedding rehearsal dinners or any other social event.

Fall Flavours Event at the Homestead, Friday, Sept. 12th 6:30 – 9:30:  SEE MENU BELOW-

The Master’s Wife invites you to join us at the Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead’s Fall Flavours Heritage Dinner, Friday, September 12th. Starting at 6:30 pm.

The chef behind last year’s popular Roma at Three Rivers, Fall Flavour’s event, renowned, Chef Joel Short, will be creating a mouth-watering meal to celebrate the Scottish Canadian heritage preserved at the Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead.

The Homestead Players, Melissa Mullen and Rob MacLean will portray the Master’s Wife and the Master. They will present a number of vignettes from The Master’s Wife: A Theatrical Celebration. This successful play was presented to full-house audiences during the summer months at the Orwell Corner Historic Village. We will also enjoy visits from a number of the local Women’s Institute Members who will share stories of long ago in Orwell. Our Master of Ceremonies, well-known, storyteller, Alan Buchanan will ensure that our event will run smoothly and everyone will have an enjoyable evening.

We are especially pleased to be working with Red Seal Chef, Joel Short. He has extensive experience both as a culinary teacher and a Chef. Joel’s Scottish heritage will blend well with his creations from our Organic Garden and local meats and seafood suppliers.

The Master’s Wife Heritage Dinner
“Traditional Scottish Dinner with some Maritime and modern twists”
Presented by
Chef Joel Short

MENU

Starting with Roast Beet Salad with Scotch Egg, Smoked Mackerel Quenelle and Walnut Vinaigrette. (Beets and Lettuce from the Macphail Homestead Garden).

Partan Bree Soup, a Belle River Crab Bisque

Selection of two Entrees to include:

Venison Wellington with Clapshot, Macphail Garden Vegetables and a Wild Thyme and Blueberry Sauce
or
Pan Roasted Atlantic Salmon Filet with Clapshot, Macphail Garden Vegetables and Myriad View Whiskey Cream Sauce

Vegetarian Option: Ratatouille and Feta Stuffed Crepe with Tomato Sauce and Pesto Puree

For Dessert:

Apple Crumble with Toasted Oats and Whisky Toffee Ice Cream

& Post Dessert:

Gaelic Coffee with Shortbread Cookie and Scottish Tablet.

Tickets are $70 plus HST. They may be purchased online: www.fallflavours.ca, or 1 866.960.9912 or by calling the Homestead at 902 651-2789 or 902 838-4791 (Home office).

Tickets purchased through the Homestead are HST exempt. We accept cash only.

Hope to see you on Friday, September 12th!

 

Christmas and Thanksgiving schedules are already being booked. (see activities page)

 

Call Mary Elliott: 902 651-2789 or 902 838-4791 to make a reservation or please e-mail:  macphailhomestead@pei.aibn.com

 


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