Winter Events to Warm Your Bones

As we head full steam ahead into the month of July we truly start to feel the icy embrace of Winter. But instead of lounging around at home or infront of the tv, the lovely folks have Stanford have thought of a way to warm us up. With a piping hot line-up of dinners combined with live music and dancing, you’ll be warmed up in no time.

Here’s a look at the events taking place:

Tuesday 8 July, 18h30
Spicy food and swinging 70s
The Stanford Table
Stanford’s very own, brilliant, entertaining and stylish Jazzfordians take you back to the swinging 70s
Menu: Choice of chicken and vegetable/lentil curry
Dessert: Sweetmeat dessert
Price: R180

Wednesday 9 July, 18h30
Talk: Peter Chadwick on Birding
The Stanford Table
Guest Chef: Esther & Jake Uys
Menu: Golden Chicken served with braised greens and potato gratin
Dessert: Spicy oven baked guavas served with double cream Greek yogurt
Price: R120

Friday 11 July, 18h00 – 19h00
Conversation: Vital Villages
The Stanford Table
No cost but reservation required

Friday 11 July, 19h00 
Dinner with William Carolissen
The Stanford Table
Guest Chef: William Carolissen from Mosaic Private Sanctuary
Menu: Bouillabaisse with aioli toasted Panini
Dessert: White chocolate crème brule 
Coffee & cookies
Price: R175 

Saturday, 12 July, 18:30
An evening with Violinist Ivo Ivanov
The Stanford Table
Guest Chef: Jero Revett
Menu: starters : olive & rosemary focaccia ; onion & fennel focaccia – with olive oil & balsamic
Mains : pasta ceci – creamy chickpea pasta topped with basil & parmesan
Dessert : tiramisu
Price: R125

Wednesday 16 July, 08h30-12h30
Italian Bread Workshop
The Stanford Table
Learn to make dough focaccia & ciabatta with Jero Revett
Price: R450

Wednesday 16 July, 08h30-12h30
Talk: Peter Chadwick on the wonders De Hoop
The Stanford Table
Guest chef: William, Nini & Andrew Stephens
Menu: Chicken pie and dessert
Price: R75

Thursday 17 July, 18h30
Talk: Prosperity for Predators
The Stanford Table
Cathrine Nyquist and Lizeane Cornwall
Guest Chef: Martin Sauer

Remember to book ahead to avoid disappointment. We hope to see you there!