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Re: whats for dinner?

Postby _Andy » May 6th, 2012, 1:40 pm

When i can put one hand on a live oak and the other on a Palmetto I know I'm home. :wink:
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Re: whats for dinner?

Postby Flabello Meandroid » May 6th, 2012, 6:07 pm

That brunch menu at poogan's sure sounds yummy.
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Re: whats for dinner?

Postby _Andy » May 6th, 2012, 6:41 pm

It was very good - I ended up with the fried flounder, grits, and, eggs. It was very good - they use the same buttermilk batter on the flounder as they do on the fried chicken. The fish was perfect - the grits a little on the cool side but still good. The she crab soup topped with Sherry was terrific.
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Re: whats for dinner?

Postby _Andy » May 6th, 2012, 6:57 pm

Dan check out Husk's menu - they are in the house next door to Poogan's. The apps are great...

http://www.huskrestaurant.com/food/menu/

TODAY’S MENU
{SUPPER May 6th, 2012}

FIRST

Lowland Farms Arugula, Roasted Beets and Spring Berries with HUSK Mascarpone and Wild Blackberry Vinaigrette $11

Sweet Tea Brined Chicken Wings with Root Beer BBQ Sauce $9

Capers Inlet Blade Oysters with Cucumber Buttermilk and Spring Onion Mignonette $14

Geechie Boy Potato “Salad”, House Smoked NC Trout, Sweet Peas and Tendrils $9

Dave’s Wood Fired Clams, Husk Preserved Tomatoes, Peppers, Okra, Surry Sausage and Crispy Toast $14

SC Strawberry Soup with Sweet Peppers, AL Lump Crab, Nasturtium and Mint $12

Buffalo Pig Ear Lettuce Wraps with Sweet Vinegar Marinated Cucumbers and Real Onions $9

Fried Green Tomatoes with TN Cheddar Pimento Cheese and Shaved Country Ham $9

Geechie Boy Lettuces with Rebellion Farms Radish, Fennel and Pickled Shrimp, Cara Cara Orange Vinaigrette $12

HUSK Southern Fried Chicken Skins with a Hot Honey and Garlic Sauce $9

SUPPER

NC Guinea Hen Terrine with Roasted Baby Carrots, Spinach, Buckwheat Dumplings, Mulberry Jus $25

TX Wagyu Sirloin, Geechie Boy Creamer Potatoes, Caramelized Spring Onion and Sweet Peas, Marrow Jus $27

NC Sunburst Farms Trout with Pole Beans, Charred Turnips and Roasted Fennel, Wild Ramp Broth $26

VA Heritage Pork from Adam Musick with Smoky Field Peas and Butterbeans, Rapini, Charleston Gold Rice, Pot Likker $25

Keegan Filion Chicken Breast Roasted on the Bone, Farrotto with Marinated Mushrooms and Fried Baby Kale $24

Cornmeal Dusted NC Catfish, Butter Braised Wadmalaw Baby Cabbage with Pinkeye Peas and Smoky Tomatoes $24

Cornmeal Fried NC Softshell Crabs, Spring Courgettes and Young Onions, FL Sweet Corn, HUSK Tomato Gravy $28

SIDES FOR THE TABLE ($7)

A Skillet of Smoky Benton’s Bacon Cornbread

Baked Geechie Boy Grits with Mepkin Abbey Oyster Mushrooms and TN Cheddar

Citrus Glazed Squash and Zucchini with Spring Onion

A Succotash of Smoky Field Peas and Butterbeans, Tomatoes and Sweet Corn
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Re: whats for dinner?

Postby Flabello Meandroid » May 6th, 2012, 7:26 pm

Southern food is the best.
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Re: whats for dinner?

Postby _Andy » May 6th, 2012, 7:27 pm

I want to try the Buffalo Pigs ear wrap and the Guinea Hen Terrine and the trout.
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Re: whats for dinner?

Postby Mr. McFeely » June 29th, 2012, 1:47 pm

I'm thinking steaks and snow crab legs.
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Re: whats for dinner?

Postby wings » June 29th, 2012, 2:37 pm

Mr. McFeely wrote:I'm thinking steaks and snow crab legs.

That sounds great!
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Re: whats for dinner?

Postby Bierboy » June 29th, 2012, 9:15 pm

Venison and Beef stroganoff over penne (ran out of egg noodles.)
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Re: whats for dinner?

Postby _Andy » June 29th, 2012, 9:21 pm

I had a Grouper sandwich.
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