Cedar DC Restaurant
Hosted by Russ Crandall
Date: TBD
Location: Washington, DC

Russ-Crandall

A new downtown restaurant experience that recreates fresh-air feeling from enjoying nature’s wild beauty. “‘Field and stream’ in a polished urban style.” Serving up a contemporary take on country fare: roasts, game, sausages, salmon, trout, forest forage-berries, mushrooms, herbs, greens, and smoke. Using the freshest of seasonal ingredients prepared thoughtfully and with great care, to remind us of the bounty of the great outdoors.

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All menu items will be free of dairy, grains, gluten, soy, corn,
sugar (cane) and legumes

All food & beverages will be locally sourced

Menu options selected by Primal Docs Resource Member Russ Crandall

You’ll receive a goody bag with paleo & primal treats and discount coupons for select products ($100 value)

- The Menu -

 

• First Course •

TBD

• Second Course •

TBD

 • Third Course •

TBD

- More About Russ -

Hi, my name is Russ Crandall, and I am the author of The Domestic Man. I started the site in early 2010 with the idea that we as humans have become domesticated, and we have lost touch with our lineage. So I wanted to reconnect with nature by chronicling my gardening and cooking adventures. Later that year I discovered and adopted a new dietary lifestyle modeled after the Paleo diet, which focuses on natural, unprocessed foods. Conveniently enough, this new dietary template further supported my desire to be less…well, domestic.

Once I started trying to write recipes that were in line with my new way of eating, I discovered a trend: there are a ton of delicious, healthy dishes out there, nestled in the pages of history. I didn’t really need to invent new meals to stay compliant with my diet, but instead I could just look back one, two, or nine hundred years into our past to find dishes that are naturally nutritious. Because they were developed in a time before processed foods. Since then, I’ve adjusted this site to focus on fundamental, traditional dishes that are historically relevant.

I currently live in the Baltimore/DC area, but I’m originally from Washington state, and I spent most of my adult life in Hawaii. I’ve also spent a good amount of time traveling the world, which has definitely influenced my view on cuisine. I spent a few of my younger years working as a chef in small restaurants, where I learned some cooking fundamentals. Since then, I’ve just been figuring out everything else as I go.

- More About Cedar -

Cedar

A new downtown restaurant experience that recreates fresh-air feeling from enjoying nature’s wild beauty. “‘Field and stream’ in a polished urban style.” Serving up a contemporary take on country fare: roasts, game, sausages, salmon, trout, forest forage-berries, mushrooms, herbs, greens, and smoke. Using the freshest of seasonal ingredients prepared thoughtfully and with great care, to remind us of the bounty of the great outdoors.

- Event Partners -

We’re excited to partner with Sophia’s Survival Food, Paleo Magazine, and PaleoFX to bring you this event. Check out their sites for some truly great products, services, or events.

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Paleo Magazine
PaleoFX

Due to the nature of these events, we are unable to make substitutions. The menu is free of dairy, grains, gluten, soy, corn, sugar (cane) and legumes. While we are not able to refund tickets, you are welcome to gift them to a friend. Menu is subject to change. Primal Supper reserves the right to cancel event due to lack of interest (in this case, all tickets sold would be refunded in full). 

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