Tuesday nights at Eight Row Flint give Agricole Hospitality staff the opportunity to cook the food that personally inspires them. They grill, cook with live fire and step outside the daily menus of Revival Market, Coltivare, Eight Row Flint and Night Heron. The series shines a spotlight on the rising stars within Agricole, and for the month of April, the series will feature the front-of-the-house women of Agricole Hospitality and their Louisiana roots.
Food is served 5pm until sold out, and each plate is $15.
Glazed Pork Chop w/ Fried Shallots and Dirty Rice
Revival Market general manager Layne Cruz is a proud Nola girl, born and raised. Dishes like Jambalaya and dirty rice were frequent dishes on the dinner table when she was growing up, along with something grilled.
"Who doesn't love a bourbon glazed pork chop?! Cooking for large crowds doesn't make me nervous. The amazing chefs that have participated in this cooking series over the past two years have set the bar high. A lot of them are people that I have worked with side by side, people I look up to in the industry. Filling those shoes for a night is a challenge that I am both nervous and excited to accept."