{ Soil Collective x Oracle :: Preservation }

Preservation

The idea of preservation is an interesting one and something necessary and vital to Oracle itself. We as animal lovers have also been focused on the idea to support local farmers, local artists, and the preservation of the natural world around us. We have been itching to show that to you in a literal sense.... in food. January 21st & the 22nd we are collaborating with local chefs to investigate this to its entirety. Welcome to our good friends, Soil Collective:

Throughout the year preservation methods are applied to all types of ingredients through a variety of processes to ensure availability of these particular items when ingredients are scarce and the land is cold. Winter is a time of year that places importance on the success of the hunt, the preserved bounty from the seasons past, and the strength of the wine to get through the frozen nights. 

Oracle is a place that is also dedicated to preservation and the beauty of decay while still celebrating life, if even through death.  Please join us for this thoughtful and original dinner on January 21. Tickets are $70 (includes food, drink pairings & taxes)

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Soil Collective is a group of like-minded chefs dedicated to researching and exploring local ingredients, helping feeding those in need, reducing food waste, and forming meaningful connections with farmers and guests to provide a unique dining experience.

Join us for the experience. For January 21st dinner tickets, please click here xx

 If you have ever watched Hannibal, there is a fine line of beauty and death - especially in food. Janice Poon made that a reality for the TV show. Her sketches are just... to die for. For more information and a peek into her brain (not to eat), check out her blog  http://janicepoonart.blogspot.co.uk/    

If you have ever watched Hannibal, there is a fine line of beauty and death - especially in food. Janice Poon made that a reality for the TV show. Her sketches are just... to die for. For more information and a peek into her brain (not to eat), check out her blog http://janicepoonart.blogspot.co.uk/