Lunch at The Living Seas

Since I started in the beginning of January at Park Event Operations we have done quite a few Sustainable and Local focused events.  Having the vendors and partners to get such fresh, flavorful and responsible products is great-and important!  Anytime you can get your groceries from a local farm will not only help your community, but they are guaranteed to be a better tasting and fresher product! 

Dining Room With A View
A lot of people have been to The living Seas, but the lucky ones have been able to enjoy the tanks in their dining room! 
This was a Salad Bar filled with Goodness!
The Chefs prepared so many salads, marinated and pickled vegetables, the cheeses were amazing- and the breads…oh, the breads!

The Display of Citrus Beet Salad is Gorgeous!

 
I love the detailed knife work!

Citrus Beet Salad

 
The food is beautiful enough to stand alone, but the props and decor add so much!

Beautiful Spread!

 
Rabbit, Duck, Artisan Sausages…But the BEST was the Blue Cheese and Pecan Focaccia Bread- So good!
The guests raved about it all-

A Different Kind of Flower...

 
Love the Fireplaces!
And the hot food….Amazing…..

2012 Casseroles...

 

Shrimp and Grits Casserole

Cheers to the South Carolina!  Gotta love the Shrimp and Grits!
Florida Yardbird- Looks soo good!
I loved the shaved fried mushrooms- surprising to me as I really don’t like fungus 😦
Grilled Pork Belly
It’s hard to beat a slider for lunch- I see them as a way I can eat multiple plates!

Slider Trio

 

Duck Fat Fries- Crispy, Delicious!

 
The fish to make these sliders came from The Land- Fresh and Sustainable!
Having The Land right next door is pretty awesome!

The Waygu Beef came from Ocala, another local product!

Waygu Beef is considered to be as delicious as Kobe Beef-  Great part is it comes from this side of the world! 
Dessert on the Piano!
Well, that’s a little glimpse into an event in a park, a look at some creative, beautiful dishes and a shout out to using all the local and sustainable products you can!!
 
 
 
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