Join us on Friday, November 1 at the White Home in Old Town Rock Hill for a concert featuring Nashville singer-songwriter Jeremy Casella and a seasonal plated supper prepared by Chef Gregory Collier of The Yolk Cafe.
FRI, NOV 1 | 6:45 PM
ticket price: $50 (tickets are limited. registration below)
The White Home
258 E White St
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Course 1 Amuse-bouche: Gougere stuffed with bleu cheese mousse with plum & walnut jam
Course 2 Songs and stories by Jeremy Casella
Course 3 Wild mushroom & farro soup with toasted pickled garlic chips
Course 4 Red wine braised beef, winter greens and smoked cauliflower & sweet potato hash
Course 5 Persimmon shortcake with pear sorbet & Guinness caramel
Jeremy Casella is a Nashville based singer & songwriter who travels throughout the United States and Europe performing his original music. A skilled guitarist and singer, Casella has toured for 10 years performing in churches, colleges, theaters and coffee-houses. He has also toured with Caedmon’s Call, Phil Keaggy and has recorded with The Blind Boys of Alabama.
His newest album, “Recovery” has received wide-spread critical acclaim including a 5 out of 5 star review in Christianity Today Magazine, and was also voted #4 of the top 12 albums of 2007. Jeremy is also a member of the Indelible Grace hymns movement. His rewrite of the music for “Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah” is sung in churches all across the country.
In addition, Jeremy is active as a member at City Church of East Nashville and works to communicate Truth & Beauty in his calling as an artist.
Chef Gregory Collier was born in Memphis, TN in the summer of 1981. His first real memories of cooking were at his grandmother’s where she would be making her famous “butter rolls”. She would never reveal the recipe to him, but he knew then that someday he would try to make people feel the same way she had made him feel about the preparation of very desirable and delectable foods.
In 2012, he and his wife, Subrina, decided that the Charlotte, NC and Rock Hill, SC would be a perfect location for a diner such as theirs. After much searching, they found a location on Mt. Gallant in Rock Hill which would suit their needs as it had previously been a diner for over twenty years.
Their wish was to make their new diner a special place focused on local food resources but with a touch of contemporary flare. They both feel that they have achieved this goal.
At The Yolk, we want everyone to feel like it is their home and be treated to the best food and service every time they walk through the door.
Event Sponsored by Historic Rock Hill.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Please mark your calendar for our next dinner on February 1 at our 2014 Arts Forum.