A Farmhaus Dinner Menu

If you’re thinking of going out for dinner this weekend, and you’re jonesing for a little taste of Spring, and you’re not yet sure where it is you should go, may I suggest you head to Farmhaus to order the beautiful bowl-of-Spring they’re calling: Pappardelle w/ local baby bok choy, Missouri pecans, black garlic, sous vide pearl onions, local sorrel and herbs.

Where most of the time you see black garlic as big, whole clove chunks, in this dish the black garlic is mixed in meaning that if you’re like me, and you forgot exactly what you ordered, it might leave you wondering, “what the heck is that unusual but delicious flavor?”  That’s black garlic my friend, and you need to go eat it before it’s gone.

4 Responses to “A Farmhaus Dinner Menu”

  1. Mac Says:

    Had I read this post before going Friday, I would have certainly ordered it. Although, the Breakfast and the Chilled Roast Beef dishes were spot on. Looking forward to more of Kevin’s grub as the summer approaches…


  2. David Says:

    Farmhaus is a winner. I’ve been a fan of Erato for a while and Kevin’s done good work at Farmhaus.


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