On Saturday July 25th Chef Jason Goodenough will delve deep into the Delta as the guest culinary artist of “the inaugural Deer Creek Mingle.” Everything and everyone comes together in what promises to be an enchanted evening at the historic Thompson House in Leland, Mississippi. The event is playfully, and perhaps aptly named, “The Deer Creek Mingle” and brings together with no exception all that is legendary about Southern culture: art, music, and food.

Chef Jason and his wife, a native of Leland, are thrilled to be included in the festivities and eager to unveil a five-course menu crafted and inspired by Leland—commingling the very best of Louisiana and Mississippi recipes and famed fare. In addition to the supper, the Deer Creek Mingle will showcase the work of Leland farmer and painter Harry “Bub” Branton as well as talented Greenville recording artist, Bronwynne Brent. Longtime and passionate supporter of New Orleans musicians and artists, Chef Jason is honored to be a part of such a special evening to celebrate local art and culture, and toast the Delta’s rich artistic heritage.

Exquisite Food. Thoughtfully Sourced. Expertly Prepared. As with every creative and culinary endeavor, Chef Jason and Carrollton Market are understandably excited, humbled and most of all delighted to be included in such a personal and meaningful event. We look forward to making the most of an extraordinary evening in the Delta. Check out the menu and look for our updates on Facebook and Instagram.


Thompson House Dinner
Saturday July 25th, 2015

Verlasso Salmon Crudo
Soy, Sesame, Radish, Crisped Rice.

Seared Gulf Yellowfin Tuna
Wakame Salad, Crispy Shallots, Sweet Cilantro Vinaigrette.

Crawfish Boil “Pot Pie”
Louisiana Crawfish Tails, Smoked Sausage, Potato.

Grilled Mississippi Quail
Warmed Frisee, Pain Perdu, Bacon-Pepper Jelly Vinaigrette.

Buttermilk Panna Cotta
Ponachatoula Strawberry Compote, Pecan Brittle.


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by Carrollton Market