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Prudhomme's Lost Cajun Kitchen Presents The Vineyard at Hershey Winemaker Dinner
Friday, March 9, 2012 at 6:30 PM (EST)
Friday, March 9, 2012
Lost Cajun Kitchen Presents The Vineyard at Hershey Winemaker Dinner
50 Lancaster Avenue
Not burned, not over the top "spicy hot"! Blackening is a method of cooking at 500-550 degrees - searing the seasoning and meat with frequent turning. Celebrating 22 years, Prudhomme's Lost Cajun Kitchen continues to create fun and tasty adventures in a dining "polished casual" atmosphere with live music every week!
Space is limited and advance tickets are required
Standard Ticket: $45 Per Person
Tickets are all-inclusive and include dinner and selected wines as well as tax and gratuity. Advance tickets are required and space is limited.
Blackened shrimp in a cloud - Blackened butterflied shirmp set in a small "cloud" of gourmet mashed potatoes with frizzled onions and scallions.
Wine Selection: A glass of Seyval Blanc
Crisp walnut apple craison garden salad with raspberry vinaigrette along with a spilling basket of jalapeno and onion rolls.
Wine Selection: A glass of Niagara
Roast Long Isl. Duck with apricot brandied pear reduction served with seasoned rice and zucchini/yellow squash medley.
Wine Selection: Paired with Pink Catawba
Crust less lemon pie with marinated berries and chantilly cream.
Wine Selection: A glass of Sweet Riesling (Which the dessert will be made with, as well).
Call 1-888-858-YORK or visit www.MasonDixonWineTrail.com
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Mason-Dixon Wine Trail
The year-round Mason-Dixon Wine Trail, a multi-state wine region featuring 25 family owned wineries and one distillery is managed by the York County Convention and Visitors Bureau (YCCVB). The Mason-Dixon Wine Trail provides an expanded visitor experience, while featuring favorite events (Tour de Tanks and Wine Just Off the Vine) visitors have grown to love. Intertwining through the Susquehanna Valley in Pennsylvania to just south of the historic Mason-Dixon Line in Maryland, you’ll encounter a French-style chateau, sprawling vineyards, boutique tasting rooms and welcoming winemakers. Conveniently located within an hour’s drive of the historic Mason-Dixon Line, the 25 family-owned wineries and one distillery of the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail invite you to discover the art of winemaking as you travel the trail!