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(Not So) Home Style

A chuck roast is a classic American dish and perfect for this time of year. Naturally I wanted to do my own spin on it but I also wanted it to be similar to what you'd normally get, i.e. good ol' meat 'n' potatoes. So...

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Nashville Style

I take inspiration from anywhere I can get it, so naturally I peruse anything food related. I came across a post for Nashville-style fried chicken and thought that I'd give it a go. I marinated boneless, skinless chicken thighs in a combination of buttermilk, our...

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The Great Pumpkin

Since pumpkin is a relatively short season I decided to get right to utilizing it in my specials. This week I'm making dumplings out of them, but they aren't the traditional batter variety; more like gnocchi. We roasted sugar pie pumpkins and mixed the meat...

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Blending

This week I came up with a dish that is a perfect blend of summer and fall. It still needs to be a lighter dish so I went with sliders served with a jicama slaw consisting of jalapeno, cilantro, red bell pepper and scallions dressed in...

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The End of Summer

Believe it or not we are nearing the end of summer, so I felt that I should be getting out the lighter-style specials while I still can. This week's dish features some beautiful Northwest caught albacore tuna. Since it is a very subtle fish I...

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Home-cooked Idea

Lately I've been using the great cherry tomatoes for my dinner at home in the form of a quick pasta "sauce" by cooking shallots and garlic in oil and adding sliced tomatoes, white wine and stewing them down. I figured why should I have all...

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A Bowl of Flavor

I miss using my new white bowls so I thought that it was time to offer something brothy. I started with the broth by reducing chicken stock with pureed tomato and fennel then finished it with sherry wine and black garlic for an added depth of...

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A New Tradition

For the past several years I have been offering an heirloom tomato plates during the summer but in reality they're just an appetizer instead of an entree. This year I decided to change that. I laid out slices of beautiful heirloom tomatoes and topped it...

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Sweet as a Peach

Fruit is often paired with pork so I thought that I'd use peaches that are oh so good this late in the summer. I grilled thick slices of peach lightly to caramelize the sugars without making them bitter and topped them . For my starch I went with...

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