Beauty & Balance (Hózhó) Dinner & Cocktails

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Beauty & Balance (Hózhó) Dinner & Cocktails

Join us for dinner and cocktails with Danielle Goldtooth, owner of Dii IINÀ- (This Life), Food from Start to Finish.

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Garden Bar Phx 822 North 6th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85003

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No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Hózhó ... roughly translated, means beauty, balance, peace and harmony. One of the most important words in the Dinè language. Danielle Goldtooth is a mixologist, farmer, forager, and co-owner of Dii IINÀ- Food from Start to Finish.

She is joined in her passion about Food Sovereignty and connecting the community through self-sustaining practices by her husband, Chef Alan Moore. Together they created a menu with ingredients sourced from Local or Indigenous Farms and Ranches in a special collaboration to showcase how Community Food Sovereignty can work. How to care for the land and having compassion for one another creates a community with the most Love.

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welcome cocktail: plush port punch (english milk punch)

first course: seared lamb loin medallions with arugula, seasonal fresh farm veg, goat cheese, juniper/sumac vinaigrette

cocktail: "Wine down the Canyon": arizona white wine, citrus shrub

second course: braised rabbit with red chili wojapi, mashed cassava, roasted seasonal farm veg

cocktail: "The Baaad Chili"; dark rum, red chili and steamed corn steeped in sweetened goats milk

third course: roasted squash on a bed of fried greens, seasonal berry gastrique, roasted carrot/garlic puree, micro greens (vegan, gluten friendly)

cocktail: sumac sour: gin, sumac syrup(NAPI), arizona lemon juice. sugar, lemon zest rim

fourth course: sweet potato cake with butterscotch, herbed creme anglaise, fresh berries topped with pinion pralines.

cocktail: mezcal monsoon- mezcal, house-made AZ citrus cordial, bitters, lime peel, creosote branch.

Featured Ranchers and Farms:

* Hostile Hare (teaching people how to raise rabbits as an economical, sustainable meat source)

* Sweet Meat

* Lambs Market

* Tiger Mountain Foundation

* Summers Fruit Barn

* Crow's Dairy

* NAPI (Navajo Agricultural Products Industry)

* Yo Bro Farms

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