Traditional English Christmas Dinner at the Dairy Farm

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You and your loved ones are invited to our Traditional English Christmas Dinner at the Dairy Farm on the Third Sunday, December 16 at 1:30 pm.

Christmas Dinner at the Dairy Farm Menu:

  • Mulled Cider
  • Sampler Plate of Our Cheese and Chef’s Choice Appetizers
  • Smoked Duck and Walnut on Winter Greens
  • Champaign Vinaigrette
  • Herbed Yorkshire Pudding
  • Prime Rib Roast on Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Root Vegetables
  • Brussel Sprouts
  • Plum Pudding with Hard Sauce
  • Tea and Coffee
  • Christmas Cookies to Take Home

Hot Mulled Cider is heated to a temperature just below boiling with cinnamon, orange peel, nutmeg, cloves, or other spices added. After heating the drink will mulled spices, the cider is strained before it is served.

Of course we feature our Famous Celebrity Goat Cheeses on our sampler plate of cheeses. We’ll also include a selection of other tasty choice appetizers.

Yorkshire Pudding is a rich, savory roll or popover doused with gravy. Sometimes the meat’s pan drippings are mixed into the batter to enhance its meaty goodness.

Despite the name “plum pudding,” the pudding contains no actual plums. Raisins were sometimes called plums in the 19th century, but only when they were in a plum pudding or plum cake.

What’s more English than tea? Tea rooms can be found in most towns and many villages in the United Kingdom.

Traditional English Christmas cookies include biscuits, tea cakes, and short bread. We will offer a variety of festive and delicious Christmas cookies which our guests are welcome to take home with them.

After our Traditional English Dinner and before our delicious dessert, guests of the Christmas Dinner at the Dairy Farm are invited to meet our friendly Celebrity Goats. Our Celebrity Dairy Goats give us the ability to produce goat’s milk, goat cheeses, and goat soaps.

We look forward to receiving guests on this Third Sunday Dinner. A Christmas Dinner at the Dairy Farm with traditional English faire.

Why You Will Enjoy Our Thanksgiving Dinner at the Farm

thanksgiving dinner at the farm

The Inn at Celebrity Dairy and Celebrity Dairy Farm invite you to enjoy our Third Sunday Thanksgiving Dinner at the Farm.

Our Thanksgiving Dinner at the Farm Menu:

  • Sparkling Cider
  • Assorted Goat Cheese Sampler Platter
  • Chef’s Choice Appetizers
  • Creamed Shiitake Mushroom Soup
  • Turkey Roulade
  • Fall Greens with Garlic and Bell Peppers
  • Roasted Sweet Potatoes
  • Cranberry Nut Muffins with Pumpkin Butter
  • Gwen’s Apple Pie with Ginger Gelato
  • Tea and Coffee

Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November. American’s trace the holiday to a 1621 celebration at Plymouth Plantation. In 1789, after a request from Congress, the 1st United States President, George Washington, made a proclamation for the nation to celebrate Thanksgiving. It began as a harvest festival. In 1863, during Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, Thanksgiving became a federal holiday.

The Inn at Celebrity Dairy and Celebrity Dairy Farm is thankful for the people and animals who make our work possible. The people who are B&B guests at our inn, who attend our events including Open Barns and Third Sunday Dinners, those attending Farmers Markets, and for local restaurants who buy our products. Without our adorable Celebrity Dairy Goats, we could not produce our healthy goat’s milk, our award-winning goat cheese, and our goat soaps.

If you want to celebrate Thanksgiving you are invited to our Celebrity Dairy Farm! After the meal (and before Gwen’s Apple Pie and our Ginger Gelato Dessert), we allow guests to visit with our friendly Celebrity Goats. You are welcome to take pictures and, if you would like to, we even let you hold our adorable baby goats!

The Thanksgiving holiday is intended for remembering what we are thankful for and for spending time with loved ones enjoying our many blessings like delicious food. We look forward to having you dine with us at our Thanksgiving Dinner at the Farm here in Siler City, North Carolina at the Inn at Celebrity Dairy. Call (919) 742-5176 to speak with us about attending.

East Branch Ginger Thai Third Sunday Dinner

Thai Third Sunday Dinner

The Inn at Celebrity Dairy hosts Third Sunday Dinners throughout the year. Each event offers a festive new theme and a delicious new menu. On Sunday, September 16 (from 1:30 to 4:30 pm) will be the East Branch Ginger Thai Third Sunday Dinner at The Inn at Celebrity Dairy (144 Celebrity Dairy Way in Siler City, North Carolina).

Gloria, our official spokes goat, invites you to enjoy a special meal at Celebrity Dairy. Starting at 1:30 pm on Third Sundays, we share our passion for seasonal and local food with just 30 people in a sit-down three or four course meal. We always start with socializing over our award-winning goat cheese appetizers.

Guests are invited to bring their favorite wine or beer to accompany dinner. An after-dinner barn tour allows guests to meet our celebrity goats, and to let dinner settle before enjoying dessert and coffee. Our Celebrity Dairy Farm is the source for our delightful goat milk and delectable goat cheese.

This Thai Third Sunday Dinner is special.  Thai Cuisine is known for its intricacy, attention to detail, texture, color, taste, and the use of ingredients with medicinal benefits, as well as good flavor. Those preparing Thai Cuisine prefer using fresh herbs and spices rather than dried. Like most other Asian cuisines, rice is their staple grain.

Our East Branch Ginger Thai Third Sunday Dinner Menu:

  • Mango Spritzer
  • Rice Paper Wraps
  • Stuffed Eggs (Kai Kwan)
  • Mikimono Fruit & Vegetables
  • Coconut Soup
  • Apple Ginger Salad (Yam Ma Muang)
  • Pork & Crab Balls (Pratad Lom)
  • Chicken in Coconut milk (Tom Kha Kai)
  • Almond Curd with Lichee Nuts
  • Crisp Ginger Cookies
  • Hot Tea and Coffee

Dinners are normally $60/person, which includes tax & gratuity. Your advance registration and payment confirms your reservation. Prices for special menu dinners prepared by guest chefs may differ. Thai Third Sunday Dinner guests are also invited to spend the night in any of our eight available guest rooms (before and/or after the dinners).

A Christmas Carol Dinner

A Christmas Carol Dinner Show
A Christmas Carol Dinner Show

December Third Sunday Dinner

Dec. 17, 2017 1:30pm

The Inn at Celebrity Dairy along with Phoenix Theater Company will be hosting “A Christmas Carol” a dinner theater show. The Phoenix Theatre Company is a Chatham County based group. Owner and artistic director, Jessica Nunn a born and raised Silk Hope girl. Styled and aligned right with our December Third Sunday Dinner this wonderful local company will put on a display of the timeless story about scrooge between a 3 course meal. Scrooge is haunted by three ghosts and the audience gets to participate in all the fun! There’s dancing and Christmas crackers and games. A great show for all ages!

Tickets are available online or by phone. Your advance payment confirms your reservation and there is a limited number of seating. Please reserve in advance to make sure you get a spot! Call to make reservations at 919-742-5176 or through Event Brite

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-christmas-carol-dinner-show-tickets-36798583554

The Menu for Dec. 17, 2017 at 1:30pm

Mulled Cider

Assorted Goat Cheese Platter

Seasonal Appetizers

Smoked Duck & Walnuts on Winter Greens with Champagne Vinaigrette

Herbed Yorkshire Pudding

Filet Mignon with Bourbon Sauce

Garlic Mashed Potatoes,

 Roasted Root Vegetables,

& Brussels Sprouts

Plum Pudding with Hard Sauce

Tea And Coffee

Christmas Cookies to Take Home

** Dinner and show cost is $80.00

tax and gratuity Included**

Third Sunday Dinner February 2016

Belated Valentine’s Day

February 21, 2016 Menu

Pepper Jelly Chèvre
Blue Streak, Pear, Avocado Cream, and Baguette
Chicken Pate on Local Greens
Stuffed Leg of Lamb
Rice Pilaf
Roasted Cauliflower and Garlic
Spelt Rolls and Honey Butter
Chocolate Lava Cake topped with Nutmeg Vanilla Gelato
Tea and Coffee
Chèvre Truffles to take home

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Third Sunday Dinner Jan 2016

January 17, 2016 – 1:30 pm

Comfort Food
Local Farmers Provide Good Food

Imagine That Gluten Free
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East Branch Micro Greens

Black Bean and Avocado Crustini
Pumpernickel Bread with Hungarian Paprika Chevre

Crottin toasted with walnuts and thick sliced Bacon Salad

Local Pork Chops stuffed with root vegetable Medley

Brussels Sprouts with Butternut Squash and Cranberries

Fresh Coconut cake

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Third Sunday Dinner, March 2015

Our Dinner Featured in Southern Living, March 1995

Glorious Goat Cheese Platter

Savory Party Tarts

Cucumber Cups

Butternut Squash Soup topped with our “Greek” Yogurt

Imagine That Gluten-Free Toast Points

Black Eyed Pea Salad with Local Greens

Celebrity Dairy Chicken Breasts on

Basmati -Wild Rice Mix

Asparagus with Dill sauce

Roasted Sunny Slopes Tomatoes

Bourbon Poppy Seed Cake

Third Sunday Dinner, Feb 2015

February 15th, 2015- 1:30 pm

Be Our Valentine

Sparkling White Grape Juice or Prosecco

Pepper Jelly Chèvre

Blue Streak , Pear, Avocado Cream and Baguette

Chicken Pate and Chèvre Terrine, Local Greens

Graham Family London Broil with Bourbon Sauce

Colcannon with Celebrity Dairy Goat milk

Stir-Fried Kale with red bell Pepper and Garlic

“ImagineThat Guten Free” Breads

Mt Airy Souffle Cake and Raspberry Couli

Tea and Coffee

Third Sunday Dinner, August 2009

This month’s dinner is a last chance to enjoy the leisure of summer prior to the end of vacations, and the beginning of school.

Chip Smith and his wife Tina Vaughn – owners of Chapel Hill’s Bonne Soiree restaurant will be making their summer seasonal appearance at the Inn, preparing their al fesco (but air-conditioned) take on a french country picnic.

As a special treat, we’ll have Trey Stephenson from Rosenthal Wines here to discuss the wines Tina picked to complement Chip’s menu. While you’re never certain what Chip will end up cooking, Greg Cox’s Mouthful blog has a preview. Tina’s ability to complement Chip’s food with the appropriate wine is even more incredible when you realize that sometimes she only has minutes between when she finds out what a menu item is and when service begins! We’ll see what she and Trey come up with on the 16th.

The Rosenthal connection is due to cheese: Trey was interested in learning something about how cheese is made, Tina suggested he contact us, and (1) he’s going to spend a few days with us at the dairy learning about how its made, and how the flavors develop, and (2) he’ll have something more to say about the pairing of our cheeses with the FABULOUS Rosenthal wines.

A special dinner indeed. Chip & Tina will next be here in December, for a French Christmas Dinner. (Chip is already wondering what he can roast in our fireplace)