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Month: October, 2015

Wild Game Tamales 

Being from Southern California, Mexican dishes influence almost every aspect of our daily meal plans. Being an hour away from Mexico the flavors are at our finger tips. On every corner there is a mom & pop restaurants that has amazing Mexican cuisine. So taking this influence that surrounds me, I decided to try my hand at my favorite of these dishes… Tamales.

Here is what I came up with. They are a huge hit and will defentaly be added to the monthly rotation of dinners and lunches.

Wild Game Tamales
From Field To Plate

Ingredients: Filling
3 pounds wild game. Any game from ducks to elk will work
1 large onion, sliced thinly
1 teaspoon cumin
1 teaspoon cracked pepper
½ teaspoon salt
1 can green chilies
(Or any fresh, dried or caned pepper/ chili you prefer. The spice is up to you.)
3 cloves garlic, minced
2 cups…

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rösti with pulled beef brisket, spinach, poached egg & sriracha hollandaise

table twenty eight

rosti with pulled beef brisket, spinach, poached egg & sriracha hollandaise | table twenty eight

This dish is an attempted replication of the spectacular, life-changing breakfast I tasted a couple of weeks ago at Gill Street Cafe in Mosman Park.

Sometimes when dining out, something amazing happens – a dish arrives at the table that not only demands visual appreciation of its composition, but upon that first tantalizing mouthful and exploratory mingling of all those components together, you come to the conclusion that even Marco Pierre White himself could not improve the dish in front of you.

It was that good. Life-changing.

(I just wish I was the one who’d ordered it.)

So when staying with friends in Narrogin last week, I set about recreating Gill Street’s rösti with pulled beef brisket, spinach, poached egg perched on top and a generous dollop of sriracha hollandaise – the brunch equivalent of the Sistine Chapel masterpiece.

rosti with pulled beef brisket, spinach, poached egg & sriracha hollandaise | table twenty eight

The first element requiring attention was the beef brisket, the…

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