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Farmhouse Pop-Up Continues With 32-Course Feast and Comfort Food

Tickets are available for a couple of upcoming events.

Matt Cunningham
Matt Cunningham

Farmhouse, a pop-up that launched earlier this month in a blaze of pig's brain glory, has a couple events on the calendar for January, including a 32-course dinner on January 10 in celebration of the new year and of founder Matt Cunningham's 32nd birthday. He promises an "explosion of awesomeness," including birthday hats, coloring pages, and more. As for food, prepare for combinations like course #10, salted fish skin with toasted nori and aged parm; course #17, chicken heart with honey barbecue; course #20, rare beef with fermented red curry and Chinese celery; and seven courses of dessert, including a choco-chip cookie with bacon Fluff. A few tickets remain for $110, and it'll take place at an undisclosed location.

After recovering for a week, Cunningham is taking it down a notch on January 17, serving up "comfort food favorites — revamped Farmhouse style, of course!" Think XO mac and cheese with dried mushrooms and pork floss; green bean casserole with cured tuna and anadama crust; and taleggio grilled cheese with truffled tomato, local honey, and Japanese milk bread. Tickets for this five-course event are $60.

Cunningham is an alum of The Sinclair, Strip-T's, and UpStairs on the Square, and Farmhouse focuses on "fermentation, aging, science, and fun," featuring a rotating array of guest chefs and bartenders and taking place at different locations.

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