NMU’s Legacy Dinner to showcase fine dining

By Journal Staff

MARQUETTE — A seven-course fine dining experience will be held 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 19 in Northern Michigan University’s teaching kitchen, North Fork.

While hosted by the university’s hospitality management program, NMU’s ceramics program will provide the event with the first pieces of the North Fork’s custom tableware series.

The Legacy Dinner will showcase the works of student-elected Executive Chef Trixie Maguran Jacobson, who is seeking certification through the American Culinary Federation and Sous Chef Orion Ingmire of the events management course.

The tentative primary menu features an apple dumpling amuse bouche, a Japgokbap stack appetizer, blood orange and beets salad, red snapper in chraime entree, evercrisp sorbet intermezzo, beef Wellington entree and carrot halwa dessert.

A secondary menu option aims to meet dietary and allergen needs. Non alcoholic beverage service and pairings will accompany the food.

The event is limited to 36 tickets, which can be purchased for $125 on the NMU ticketing website.

This event is part of a series held by the Hospitality Leadership Department. All events in the course are student-led and planned, from menu creation and cooking to decor and entertainment components.


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