Victorian Feast – The Snow Supper Club

Food & Drink
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It’s a sunny evening and I walk off the street to enter a vintage store in N Portland. I make new acquaintances over a meal thoughtfully prepared by Heather and Remy. I seek them out because they are professionals. They create a memorable experience and a meal with a concept. Tonight’s is a Victorian Feast, incorporating posh food from the manor and street food from the urban working class.

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The meringue dessert is pictured above, with rose cream, a citrus chip, and rose hip conserve. Also included in the dish is rice pudding with condensed and evaporated milks, bay, rum raisins, lime and basil syrup, banana powder, and wild plum.

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The venue has character: Palace of Industry, a vintage store in NE Portland named after a Victorian textile mill (5426 N. Gay).

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See Also:

Planetary Supper by Special Snowflake Supper Club & Din Din Supper Club

One Response to “Victorian Feast – The Snow Supper Club”

  1. Jo says:

    This is a really lovely blog – just came across it accidentally. Palace of Industry is great – I totally agree.

    Take care,
    jo
    Take care.

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