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Sample Menus

Paul Routhier

Here are a few menus for recent caterings to give you an idea of what's on offer:

First Course

 

Pan Roasted Scallops with Morel Mushrooms and Asparagus

 

Second Course

 

Goat Cheese Salad with Beets, Fennel and a Citrus Vinaigrette

Sorbet

Main Course

 

Dried Fruit Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Potatoes, Radicchio and a Bacon-Sherry Vinaigrette

Dessert

 

Individual Molten Chocolate Cakes with Coffee Ice Cream

 

 

 

First Course

 

Seared Scallops with Bacon Jam and Creamed Russian Kale

Sorbet

Main Course

 

Braised Lamb Shank with Roasted Root Vegetables and Creamy Polenta

Dessert

 

Chocolate Pot de Crème

 

 

 

I JUST BOUGHT SOME BACON JAM... NOW WHAT?!

Paul Routhier

Not sure what to do with your newly purchased bacon jam? Here are some suggestions.

·         Bacon Jam is excellent on toasted bread. Slice some baguette, toast it in the oven until crispy and then spread some warmed bacon love onto it!

·         Wanna kick that up a notch? Spread some cream cheese on the toasted baguette first. Sinful!

·         How about this? Make your standard grilled cheese sandwich, but spread some Bacon Jam on the inside of one of the slices of bread before you grill it.

·         Stir in some Bacon Jam into leftover tomato sauce or cream based sauce and toss with some pasta for bacony goodness.

·         Love BLTs? Make this classic sandwich but substitute Bacon Jam for the strips of bacon

·         Bacon Jam is awesome on a burger. Spread on a toasted bun, add your homemade burger and cheese, and top with a little arugula or lettuce.

·         Add it to steamed Swiss chard…because Swiss chard is healthy!

·         Mix it with ground meat for an amazing meatloaf.

·         Stir it in with scrambled eggs for a ready-made bacon and eggs.

·         Top some seared scallops with it. Bacon and scallops?!?! That’s crazy talk.

·         How about roasted halibut topped with Bacon Jam?

·         Stir it into sour cream and use it as a dip.

·         Spread it on baked chicken breasts—add it during the last 15 minutes of cooking.

·         Add it to roasted Brussels sprouts to take the lowly vegetable to new heights.

 

How's that for a start!

IF YOU HAVE ANY MORE SUGGESTIONS, LET US KNOW IN THE COMMENTS!!