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Ad Hoc Going Whole Hog at ‘Swine and Wine’

Ad Hoc is hosting its first-ever whole hog dinner on Wed., March 25. The four-course, prix-fixe dinner dubbed “Swine and Wine” revolves around Ross Shoop pigs that are roasted Cuban Style in a Caja China.

Produce for the meal will be straight from The French Laundry garden up the street. Former TFL pastry chef Claire Clark is still around and will be creating a dessert, but it looks like this meal is her last hurrah. Bohemian Creamery will be supplying the cheese and Dave Miner of the Miner Family Vineyard is providing the wine. All food producers will be on hand to talk to guests at this event.

This special meal is $65, which includes wine and all other beverages. First seatings are at 5:30 and 6:00pm and second seatings are at 8:00 and 8:30pm. Call Ad Hoc now (707.944.2487) if you’re interested in attending because space is filling up fast.

(Picture from the Ad Hoc Web site)

2 replies on “Ad Hoc Going Whole Hog at ‘Swine and Wine’”

You have to wonder if these type of special feasts are really filling up with the state of the economy. $65 is a lot of money for a meal no matter how good it is.

If you go Arnold, please share your experience so that we can live vicariously through you.

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