Main Dishes

Bolognese light

Pasta Bolognese, Two Ways

Toss bolognese with pappardelle, baby kale, basil and cherry tomatoes. Garnish with freshly shaved parmesan reggiano or Toss bolognese with pappardelle and baby kale. Garnish with grated parmesan reggiano and a quenelle of chevre or fresh ricotta.

Seared Sea Scallops with Snap Pea Risotto and Infused Olive Oil

This elegant, gluten-free dish is perfect spring fare. Fresh pea vines add a beautiful and crisp touch to this classic risotto. This recipe should feed six to eight people.


Braised Pork Belly with Raspberry Jam

This is a great dish to enjoy the sumptuous summer harvest. We have a braised pork belly from Ten Folds Farms, great salad greens from Cloud Mountain Farms, a big leaf maple (Valley Farmstead) lemon vinaigrette, house raspberry jam, Twin Sisters Creamery Whatcom Blue Cheese, and finally some fresh lovage from Blanchard Mountain Farm.

Short Rib Tagine Ravioli with Apricot Tapenade and Mint

A true partnership of a budding Mediterranean spring and the deep, complex spices of Morocco, this dish is a satisfying marriage of depth and vibrancy.

Cider Pork Tenderloin with Apples & Onions

Slice pork on a bias and serve with jus from the pan and caramelized vegetables.

Whole-Wheat Spaghetti with Buttery Leeks, Lemon, and Crème Fraîche

Spoon pasta into bowls and top each with more cheese, a dollop of crème fraîche, and a drizzle of olive oil.

Skillet Chicken Thighs with Caramelized Leeks, Preserved Lemon, and White Wine

Serve with plenty of crusty bread or roasted potatoes to mop up the sauce. Yum!

Coq Au Vin 

A classic French stew. Bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs are king in this version. The sauce that’s created while the chicken cooks is incredible.

Celery Root Hash with Smoked Salmon and Fried Eggs

Celery root has a velvety texture and subtle flavor that’s hard not to love if you give it a chance.

Roasted Chicken with Turnips and Grapes

Grapes add an unexpected burst of sweetness that serves as the perfect foil to fall brassicas like turnips.

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