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Wild Game Dinner at University Club of Phoenix (They're Lettin' In The Non-Members!)

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Epazote tempura frog legs, javelina and antelope chili, wild boar -- they're just a few of the untamed dishes being served up at the Annual Wild Game Dinner at the University Club of Phoenix, the private club located in a 1940′s home near downtown's Heard Museum. And for this event, they're letting the non-members in.

At 6 p.m., Friday, November 18, the evening of field and forest begins with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres followed by a dinner buffet at 7 p.m.

Keep reading for the full menu and to find out how to make your reservation.

Menu

Hors D'oeuvres Grilled Sausage Skewers Epazote Tempura Frog legs Wild Mushroom Ravioli with 3 Chili Sauce Fresh Oysters Imported Cheese Display

Soup Roasted Corn & Squash

Salads Field Green Salad with Cactus Pear Dressing Smoked Pheasant and Apple Salad with Jamaica Vinaigrette Papago Cactus Epazote Salad

Entrées Javelina and Antelope Chili Portobello Venison Puttanesca Rabbit Á la Provençal Roasted Wild Duck with Cactus Pearfruit Sauce Mixed Seafood Gumbo

Carving Station Wild Boar Loin Pibil Yucatan Style Sautéed Ostrich Medallions with Bob Lynch's Famous Cranberry Sauce

Accompaniments Medley of Squashes Fingerling Potatoes Wild Rice with Shitake Mushrooms & Pinenuts

Desserts Pumpkin Pie Mincemeat Pie Blackberry Cobbler Apple Crisp Brownies

The Annual Wild Game Dinner at the University Club of Phoenix is $50 per person. Reservations can be made by calling 602-254-5408 or sending an email to uclubphx@qwestoffice.net.

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