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Summer Mixed Grill

Summer Mixed GrillOne of our favorite types of dishes to prepare in the summer months is the mixed grill.  It allows us to play with culinary themes and flavors and utilize several varieties of local meats at once.  Tonight, Chef Arthur has put together a particularly delicious one that harnesses some classic summer grill flavors.

Summer Mixed Grill
Pat & April’s Country Pork Ribs, chipotle rub, honey-chive glaze.
Fresh Rosemary Grilled Shrimp
Peach Barbecue Glazed Chicken Breast
Bavarian potato salad, North Country Grown vegetables.

Bon Appetite!  Chef Brian

Pan Roasted Duck Salad

Pan Roasted Long Island Duck SaladWarm summer evenings call for fresh salads…..
For this evenings feature, Chef Arthur has prepared a wonderful composite salad that’s a perfect summer meal.

Pan Roasted Long Island Duck Salad
Black tea-Squeak Creek honey glaze, Sweet Core Farm shaved beets, greens, and crisp spring potato croutons, garlic-fresh herb chevre, citrus vinaigrette.

Bon Appetite!  Chef Brian

Spring Mixed Grill

Spring has finally sprung here in northern NY (although we are not planting our beds until after Memorial Day…just in case!)  The array of local food is expanding weekly.  For today’s feature, we have brought together many local ingredients.

Spring-Mixed-Grill-300x300Spring Mix Grill

Black Angus tenderloin skewer with bourbon-peppercorn sauce.
Chicken breast with wild leek pesto sauce.
Local Sweet Italian sausage with Worcestershire. caramelized onions.

Drumlins End Farm German butter ball salt potatoes and Raquette River fiddle heads.

 

 

Hickory Smoked Pork Tenderloin

Today we used some beautiful pork tenderloins from Pat and April’s Pork to create this Southern/South Western Smoked-Pork-Tenderloin-300x300influenced dish. We used our signature dry rub on the pork, then slow smoked it at a low temperature. The result is moist and delicious pork. It is complemented with a slow simmered molasses BBQ sauce, black eyed pea & rice cake, crispy Tabasco fried onions, and Raquette River fiddle heads.

Bon Appetite!  Chef Brian