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Secret Supper in Review: January 2017

Secret Supper in Review: January 2017

course by course: cheese & mushroom tortellini in a mushroom & butternut squash broth   house porter sausage with smoked cauliflower puree, brussels sprouts & bread & butter cauliflower  ...

October’s Secret Supper in Review

October’s Secret Supper in Review

As always, our Secret Supper menu focused heavily on local and seasonal ingredients. It doesn’t get any more autumnal than squash, sage, apple cider and pumpkin. October’s menu: garlic bread...

September’s Secret Supper in Review

September’s Secret Supper in Review

This month, we’re letting the food speak for itself! Amuse bouche: parsnip fritter with smoked maple syrup   Mini bialy with smoked salmon, our spiced cranberry marmalade & fresh horseradish...

August’s Secret Supper in Review

August’s Secret Supper in Review

Have you been to Secret Supper at Southport Grocery? If not, think of it as an underground dinner – it’s a new menu every month, completely separate from our usual...

April’s Secret Supper in review

April’s Secret Supper in review

We had a blast at this month’s Secret Supper. Our chefs, Tanner and Bill, got super creative in the kitchen, cooking up all sorts of new and exciting dishes, including...

A Valentine’s Secret Supper

This past Secret Supper we wanted to do a little something extra special, we couldn’t help but plan it on Valentine’s Day. It was also so special we wanted to...

Chef Derrick at Green City Market

Local food sources, when given proper respect, can be the lifeblood of a community.  In fact, the earliest days of “city planning” was merely a collection of people that gathered...

Strawberry Secret Supper

Summertime = Strawberries It’s a simple equation that many “add up” this time each year, so we thought, “Why fight it?”, and focus our June Secret Supper on the season’s...

Southport Garden on the terrace..

A few years ago we decided to have-a-go at growing some of our favorite seedlings behind-the-scenes.  We’ve enjoyed a few small harvested treats, and we hope this year is no...

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