Tilth Restaurant

Monday Night — Fresh Breeze Dairy
December 4, 2008, 8:32 am
Filed under: Monday Night

$45 prix fixe; $20 wine pairings

Homage to Local Producers
December 8, 2008

Fresh Breeze Dairy
Linden, WA

Clam Chowder
ozette potato, smoked bacon, clam emulsion

Baby Lettuces
fromage blanc, fennel pollen, meyer lemon

Sous Vide Pork Loin
buttermilk whipped sunchokes, thyme braised brussels sprouts, jus

Quince Crème Caramel
candied quince, langues-du-chat

Fresh Breeze Organic Dairy is located in Lynden, Washington, on land passed down from Grandpa Blankers to grandson Shawn Langley and his wife, Clarissa. The milk and cream that come from Fresh Breeze are vat-pasteurized, which means the milk is heated to 145 degrees, held for 30 minutes and then immediately cooled to 39 degrees. Unlike commercial pasteurization processes that heat the milk to a much higher temperatures, vat pasteurization destroys any potential pathogens without compromising the good proteins and rich flavor in the milk.

Larkin Young

Maria Hines

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