Beet & Goat Cheese Salad Delicious, simple and sustainable is how I would describe this salad. This salad is perfect for the spring. Quick to make and will really impress. The goat cheese pairs well with the beets. This festive party like salad is great for all types of events. This impressive salad is easy … Continue reading Beet & Goat Cheese Salad
Rabbit Ravioli After we broke down the rabbit, we need something to make with it. I decided to do something elegant and out of the ordinary. Rabbit Ravioli! I finished this off with grape tomatoes and caramelized onions. Whipped up a quick brown butter sauce and threw in some baby kale. This dish will turn … Continue reading Rabbit Ravioli!
The Changing Of The Seasons Comes A Changing Of The Menus With the changing of the seasons comes a changing of the menus. It takes a lot of hard work to create unique menus every few months. As springtime approaches I always start to feel the pressure of running a farm to table restaurant. Produce … Continue reading The Changing Of The Seasons Comes A Changing Of The Menus
Everyone has an opinions, a different idea of what perfect taste is. There are many ways of cooking to getting the job done, maybe you learned at home like me. People say different things to us, trends change and dietary restrictions. Everyone seems to have a problem with gluten but imagine you are a baker … Continue reading Gluten Free Opinion… Making & Baking Donuts
While Max and I were building the collard green and ham hock wontons we were left with all these wonton wrappers. Now that I know that I can use wonton wrappers in many and delicious ways. The fryer oil was already piping hot and I was outta potato chips. Max and myself love the flavor … Continue reading Wonton Chips
What’s that flavor in soda? Is it some word you cannot pronounce? Or perhaps it’s a color? To Max and myself it’s none of these things. It is the real juice produce by real fruit, that’s true flavor. It’s created by a technique called juicing and infusing. Fruit has liquid inside of it and natural … Continue reading Homemade Soda
Spätzle With Lamb & Apple Braised Cabbage Spatzle is a soft egg noodle found in the cuisines of German, Austria & Hungary dishes. The geographic origin of spätzle is not precisely known; various regions claim to be the originators of this noodle. Spätzle has been found in documents dating from 1725. When I learned to make … Continue reading Spätzle With Lamb & Apple Braised Cabbage