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All peaches, all night

August 15th 01:08pm, 2009

“Movin’ to the country, gonna eat a lot of peaches,” a band called the Presidents of the United States of America famously promised in 1995. Well, Lauren Pusczek and Amanda Jerauld, aka Roaming Revelry catering, are up to the task. The newly formed dinner-party specialists will introduce fresh, organic ideas at their Peachy Keen Dinner Party on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the swank penthouse of the Paul Brown Building downtown.

The menu includes peach and garden salsa; peach pizzetta with roasted peaches, goat cheese and prosciutto; jerked pork loin with peach glaze; shrimp and peach skewer with balsamic drizzle; roasted vegetable and peach couscous; bean, tomato and pumpkin-seed salad; and champagne-peach trifle for dessert. The deeply orange-colored meal is $15 a person or $25 a couple. E-mail for more information: inquiries@roamingrevelry.com.

What’s the secret to Roaming Revelry’s beautiful food? Pusczek’s dad, Greg, farms at Nature’s Way Gardens in Marine, Ill. The ladies get a good deal on fresh produce and herbs. Of course the partners’ curricula vitae don’t hurt either. Pusczek has toiled at The Dubliner, The Scottish Arms, The Shaved Duck, Remy’s Kitchen & Wine Bar, and Lumen. Jerauld has put in time at The Dubliner, Blue Water Grill and Wm. Shakespeare’s Gastropub.

– Byron Kerman

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