The NeighborHerd pasture raises two breeds of cattle at a farm in Kinderhook, NY:
Black Angus, which originated in Scotland in the 1800’s, and Red Devon, native to southwest England, also known as the Devon Ruby for their rich red coats. These cattle are fed an exclusive diet of forages – grasses and legumes – which is what their digestive system was designed to thrive on. A forage based diet results in a healthier animal, and a much more complex, better tasting and healthier meat.
The NeighborHerd is a not-for-profit initiative established by Christopher Hayden to manage the production and delivery of healthy, responsibly produced beef to schools, including Yorktown's, and to provide educational programs related to sustainable food production.
Standing Hors d'Oeuvres
Filet Mignon Carpaccio
Small Heritage prosciutto Charcuterie Display
Beef Satay, spicy peanut sauce
Braised Shortrib Ragout
Wild Hive Polenta
Steak aux poivre
Ribeye Roulade foie Graz mushroom duxelles.
House Made Sorbet
Wines will be served with Dinner
$65 per person, tax and tip not included