For some diners, “comfort food” can be homestyle meatloaf or chicken pot pie, while others may get especially warm feelings from an upscaled pot roast or fried okra Caesar salad. Club and resort chefs around the country are expanding how they define, and serve, the dishes that can make a deep-down connection with members and guests.
“The Flavors of Pot Roast”: Mushroom-wrapped tenderloin, braised short rib, potato croquette, carrot two ways, pearl onion, tomato jam and celery leaf Submitted by JohnMichael Lynch, Executive Chef, Druid Hills Golf Club, Atlanta, Ga. Yield: 4 servings For the Braised Short Rib: 2 lbs. boneless short rib 4 ozs. mirepoix 1 oz. tomato paste 1 cup […]
Crab-Stuffed Mountain Trout with Preserved Lemon, Corn and Lobster Succotash Submitted by Shelley Cooper, Executive Chef, Dancing Bear Lodge and Appalachian Bistro, Townsend, Tenn. Yield: 4 servings For the Preserved Lemon: (must be made 3 to 5 days in advance) 6 cups water 6 lemons 4 cups white vinegar 1 cup salt 1 cup sugar […]
An earlier-than-expected entry into the culinary world set Todd Sellaro out on a journey that has led him to top clubs on both coasts.
Even in the heartland and one of the barbecue capitals of the world, Executive Chef Allen Blair finds ways to use a farm-fresh seasonal focus and special smoking techniques to shine a bright light on Shadow Glen GC’s culinary offerings.
Just because they’re not eating in the dining room doesn’t mean that members and guests expect less than outstanding food. For takeout and grab-and-go fare, club and resort chefs’ satellite menus are displaying creativity and attention to delicious details.