Putting a little kick in the weekly Sunday Supper menu, Chef Dean Neff welcomes Pitmaster Matthew Register of Southern Smoke BBQ of Garland, NC for a special one night dinner. The dinner on August 21 will benefit the August Sunday Supper charity—Cape Fear Volunteer Center’s Big Buddy Program and highlight regional heritage pig farmer Carolina Heritage Farms who supply pork for the restaurant.
The featured menu includes:
Ø Pimento Cheese and Bacon Jam with buttered toasts
Ø Marigold Tomatoes
Ø Smoked Ribs with Sweet Grace apple sauce and kimchi-pickles
Ø Stuffed summer squash eggplant caponata with sauce choron
Ø Crisp Flounder with preserved lemon, clams, and smoked tomato rice
Ø Sweet Potato Green hash and Garlic Seared Sweet Potato Greens
Ø Creamed pencil-cob grits
Ø Blueberry Tart with cornmeal crust and apricot sauce
The menu will be offered from 5:30 to 8:00pm and is served in a family style offering. The dinner is $35 per person and $10 for kids 3-12. There is also a special limited group seating at 6:00pm, where guests can come and dine together with a small group specifically with a representative of the charity at a special long table in the restaurant that will be served as a true family style meal. 10 percent of the proceeds from the monthly dinners will benefit Cape Fear Volunteer Center’s Big Buddy Program. To date, PinPoint Restaurant has raised over $5,000 for area charities during the Sunday Suppers.
A deep rooted passion for fine food and the outdoors motivated husband and wife duo Matthew and Jessica Register to start Southern Smoke BBQ. Nestled in the small, southeastern rural town of Garland, Southern Smoke BBQ prides itself on cooking old fashioned Eastern NC BBQ over oak wood. A champion of the farm to fork movement, Southern Smoke uses a chalkboard menu and changes their menu regularly as locally grown ingredients become available.
The Big Buddy program is a one-on-one mentoring program that matches “at risk” youth ages 5-16 in New Hanover Country with positive adult role models. The mentors spend at least two hours a week with their buddy for a year to help with school assignments, offer encouragement and support and participate in community service activities together.
To learn more about Sunday Supper at PinPoint Restaurant, visit http://pinpointrestaurant.com/new-events/ or twitter for weekly menus. To learn more about Southern Smoke BBQ, visit http://southernsmokebbqnc.com/. To learn more about Cape Fear Volunteer Center’s Big Buddy Program., visit http://www.capefearvolunteercenter.org/programs.html and to learn about Carolina Heritage Farms visit https://www.facebook.com/Carolina-Heritage-Farms-122734794419668/