Our first meal pairing was Colonel E.H Taylor Small Batch with Ancho Coffee Rabbit Roulade served over Meyer lemon arcadian blend with honey roasted baby carrots. The rabbit pastry was delicious with just the right amount of sweetness.
Our main course featured Buffalo Trace’s Bourbon that’s made into a very fragrant old fashion that’s then paired with a Bone-in Pork Chop. Prepared by a brine, then at least 40 minutes in the smoker, then in the oven to create a beautiful browning. It was served with a cornbread puree, swiss chard, sweet potatoes fingerlings, and macintosh apple butter.
Our dessert course was definitely a fun & interactive one. Buffalo Trace’s brought us a “Throwback Thursday” with Southern Comfort 80. It was then paired with Smoked Peaches Creme Brulee that we poured alcohol over and set on fire.
In the little College Park, Outpost Neighborhood Market aims to make their guests feel welcome with southern comfort and hospitality. I was told that they do multiple dinner pairings events during the year so I’d definitely keep an eye out for the next week because they do sell out very quickly!
Outpost Neighborhood Kitchen
Address: 2603 Edgewater Dr, Orlando, FL 32804
Phone: (407) 930-6282