JULY DINNER SHOW 2012-
5:00 pm - 7:45 pm
Our monthly DINNER SHOW MENUS reflect local seasonal ingredients that are designed to give guests three new complete menus and one fabulous dessert to do at home. All courses prepared with a lively exchange of food talk and then you savor all four courses! A relaxing two and half hours later you leave satisfied and excited to try the new recipes and ideas you learned. Cost inclusive of wines. Menus are subject to availability and may change without notice.
Summer Ratatouille over creamy Provolone Picante polenta
WINE PAIRING: Zerba 2011 Wild White
Hot smoked brined wild king salmon with blackberry ketchup; jalapeno skillet cornbread with honey butter; mustard seed cabbage kale slaw
WINE PAIRING: Angel Vine 2009 Columbia Valley Zinfandel
INTRODUCTIONS & Q&A with Bob & Lenore
Roasted strip loin with rosemary shoots, Armenian noodle bulgar pilaf; oven roasted cherry & mint
WINE PAIRING: Gilstrap Brothers 2009 Syrah
Chocolate cake, sour cherry sauce, Marshmallow ice cream; coconut brittle
COFFEE: Caffe Umbria Mezzanotte Decaf
Printed recipes will not be included during our show. That way you may focus on techniques. We believe by learning “methods,” recipes easily adapt for every season with ingredients that are available.
Tonight’s cooking methods include making polenta; brining/smoking salmon; blanching vegetables; pan-searing; the pilaf method; using spice/herbs; whipping cream; sweet/savory fruit; brittle; wine as a food rather than a beverage
ARMENIAN PILAF (aka NOODLE BULGUR PILAF)
BEEF TENDERLOIN STEAK, SPICE RUBBED
BLACKBERRY KETCHUP (pomegranate ketchup)
BOB'S BLEND for FLAVORS OF MIDDLE EAST
CHOCOLATE CAKE WITH SOUR CREAM
COCONUT SLICED ALMOND BRITTLE
FLAVORS OF THE MIDDLE EAST, one of our signature blends
ICE CREAM, MARSHMALLOW SWIRL
KEEPING FOOD SAFE & WHOLESOME
MISE EN PLACE (say, meeze on plause)
SALMON, NATIVE BRINED AND GRILLED
SKILLET CORNBREAD (first inspired by Cook's Illustrated)
To book call
1-877-436-EVOO (3866) and speak with an EVOO representative.
All reservations require payment in full at time of booking and all sales are final.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you a restaurant?
Why must I pay in advance for reservations at EVOO?
Is tip included?
What is your cancellation policy?
Can you recommend lodging?
Guide to Cannon Beach at www.cannon-beach.net
May we bring our own wine to a dinner show?
Why am I asked to give you my food allergies and diet restrictions?
Is there an EVOO experience good for somebody who is already a really good cook?
I have heard about your European Cheese Boards; when do you serve them and what do they cost?
Summer and early fall on our porch is the best place to enjoy a simple picnic repast. Enjoy the chef's choice Euro plate (starts $25 ) that serves 1-3 people; or pick out your own cheeses, etc. from our deli case, priced as marked for a custom Euro Plate for a small additional set-up fee ($5). Add wine, beer or soft beverage and your picnic is complete.
What about seating? Should I come early for a good seat?
What about private events?
What other activities do you recommend in Cannon Beach?
- CB Theatre Always a treat for a very reasonable price!
- Galleries of Primary Elements, Northwest By Northwest, Jeffrey Hull Gallery, Ice Fire Glassworks and many more are available almost every day, making our town one of the best art destinations in the US.
- NW Women's Surf Camps If you want to learn this invigorating sport, start here. Lexie brings such passion to the art of surfing that you leave with much more than a great day at the beach.
- For nostalgic history, follow the S-curves on Hemlock Street south to end of our little town, called Tolovana Park. Here you find "The Lost Art of Nursing Museum." Open Saturdays 1-4 pm, and by appointment; you are guided by Melodie, nurse, proprietor, and curator of this historic, fun and uplifting place.