Tilth Restaurant


Monday Menu — Farmgirl Collective
September 18, 2008, 8:09 am
Filed under: Monday Night

Prix fixe $45; $20 wine pairings

Homage to Local Producers
September 22, 2008

Featuring
Farmgirl Collective CSA
Tolt, WA

Chicken Noodle Soup
purple carrots, fennel, red scallions

Vegetable Pisaladier
white anchovies, goat cheese, fennel pollen

Wild Boar Roast
sweet onion risotto, truffle oil, cocoa nib

Lemon Curd Tart
strawberry, compressed lemon, anise hyssop

About Farmgirl Collective CSA:
The Farmgirl Collective comprises Tolt River Farm and
Summer Run Farm in the Snoqualmie Valley. These women
owned farms have teamed up to offer CSA (community
supported agriculture) subscriptions. Look for the SummerRun
booth at the Wallingford, Ballard and Phinney Ridge farmers
markets.

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Special Dinner for Salmon-Safe
September 16, 2008, 9:20 am
Filed under: Events, Monday Night, What's New

We will be featuring Salmon-Safe for our September 29 menu. Please see the menu below.

Homage to Salmon-Safe
September 29, 2008
$45 prix fixe; $20 wine pairings

Parsnip-Apple Soup

smoked salmon mousse, beets, fennel

Oxbow Farms Lettuce
pickled carrots, white cucumbers, goat cheese vinaigrette

Pan-Seared Sockeye Salmon
red quinoa, edamame, carrot puree

Ricotta-Orange Honey Semifreddo
candied orange zest, pistachio, short bread cookie

About Salmon-Safe:
Salmon-Safe is a non-profit organization that restores agricultural and urban watersheds to preserve the spawning grounds for salmon. It certifies farms that are deemed environmentally sound and therefore safe for fish. Tilth is happy to support Salmon-Safe and Salmon-Safe-certified farms, including Oxbow Farms, Full Circle Farms, Fresh Breeze Organic Dairy and Growing Things Farm.

Sous chef
Larkin Young

Chef-Owner
Maria Hines

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Monday Menu — King’s Garden
September 16, 2008, 8:45 am
Filed under: Monday Night

(the menu from last night)

Homage to Local Producers
September 15, 2008

Featuring
Kings Garden
Seattle, WA

Creamed Tomato Soup
grilled cheese croutons, rosemary oil

Marinated Tomato Salad
endive, cucumber, parmesan dressing

Sous-Vide Lamb
farro, roasted red pepper, mint

Chevre Cheese Cake
fresh figs, fig mousse, balsamic

About King’s Garden:
King’s Garden is located four miles north of Tonasket in the Okanogan Valley. The farm specializes in growing organic heirloom tomatoes (more than 50 varieties), melons and peppers. Look for King’s Garden at the Sunday Ballard Farmers Market.

Sous chef
Larkin Young

Chef-Owner
Maria Hines

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Monday Menu — Nash’s Organic Produce
September 5, 2008, 1:11 pm
Filed under: Events, Monday Night

HOMAGE TO LOCAL PRODUCERS
Monday, September 8, 2008
$45 prix fixe; $20 wine pairings

Nash’s Organic Produce

Sweet Carrot Soup
smoked tomato, spinach, herb oil

Frisee Salad
beef tongue, shaved fennel, lobster mushroom

Marinated Hanger Steak
picholine olive-potato puree, braised chard, rainbow carrots

Pistachio Brown Butter Cake
strawberries, huckleberry, opal basil

About Nash’s Organic Produce:

Nash’s is located in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley in Sequim. The farm is known for its organic produce, especially carrots. Nash’s grows the Nantes variety, which thrives in the cooler climate of the valley and grows well in the alluvial soil. The farm also sells pasture-raised organic chickens. Look for Nash’s Organic Produce at PCC Natural Markets as well as area Seattle farmers markets.

Sous Chef
Larkin Young

Chef-Owner
Maria Hines

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New Sips on the Wine List
September 2, 2008, 11:39 am
Filed under: What's New, Wine

Fellow Stained Toothed Wine Lovers:

I know it has been almost a year since I last posted on our blog, I hope none of you were holding your breath. Thankfully, chef Maria keeps the blog fresh.

I’ve made a new addition to our glass pour list this week with the Syncline Subduction White. It is an uncommon blend of viognier and chardonnay, but it has a beautiful softness with some stone fruit characteristics as well as a bright citrus note. I love to pair this wine with most of the dishes on our upcoming September menu as it is very versatile. The best part is that it’s produced biodynamically!

For those of you who have been visiting us on Mondays, you’ll find that there are fun wine pairings to match our four-course fixed-price menu. This is an outlet for me to find fun, unique and affordable wines to treat you to. Last week in particular I featured a great organic pinot noir from Oregon that Montinore Estate produces. It is delicate and has some classic dried fruit and dusty earth characteristics: the perfect light bodied red for any food pairing.

Come check out the new things on the list or one of our Monday dinners soon!

Cheers,

Adam

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Monday Menu — Skagit River Ranch
September 1, 2008, 11:17 am
Filed under: Monday Night

$45 prix fixe; $20 wine pairings
Homage to Local Producers

Monday Aug 25, 2008

Featuring
Skagit River Ranch
Sedro Woolley, WA

Beet Gazpacho
fennel mousse, croutons, parsley oil

Tomato & Mussel Salad
roasted peppers, marjoram, sweet corn vinaigrette

Pan Roasted Pork Loin
caramelized onion, artichoke, wheat berries

Zucchini Bread French Toast
cardamom, candied zucchini, rose scented geranium

About Skagit River Ranch:

Skagit River Ranch is owned by George and Eiko Vojkovich, who take pride in growing the best organic grass-fed beef, pasture chickens and pork. While the farm supplies meats to some of Seattle’s best restaurants, it is perhaps best known for eggs, which often sell out at the farmers markets faster than customers can find the end of the line.

Sous Chef
Larkin Young

Chef-Owner
Maria Hines

*Consuming raw or undercooked foods may increase your risk of food borne illness. Please note that there is no organic certification for “wild” foods. Food items that
are underlined may contain an ingredient that is not certified organic

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Monday Night Menu — Oxbow Farm
August 23, 2008, 8:47 am
Filed under: Monday Night

Homage to Local Producers

Monday August 25th, 2008

Featuring
Oxbow Farm
Carnation, WA
$45 prix fixe; $20 wine pairings
Yukon Gold Potato Soup
dill flower, caviar, crème fraiche

Oxbow Farm Heirloom Lettuce
chioggia beet, chevre, holmquist orchard hazelnut

Pasture Raised Sous-Vide Chicken
dragon tongue bean, quinoa, baby purple carrot

Pristine Apple Tartlet
cinnamon, butter crust, creme anglaise

About Oxbow Farm:

Oxbow Farm is operated by couple Luke Woodward and Sarah Cassidy, and their managing partner, Adam McCurdy. The farm borders an oxbow (horseshoe-shaped) lake adjacent to the Snoqualmie River in Carnation. Oxbow grows vegetables, berries and tree fruits. The river, which brings glacial till from the Cascades, feeds the lake and the lake supports the farm, the owners have dedicated themselves to ensuring the property is safe for salmon and wildlife.

Sous Chef
Larkin Young

Chef-Owner
Maria Hines

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