On the Menu: Monday, March 7, 2016

 

Here’s a taste of what’s on tap today at the Beard House.

 

Food and Wine Provocateurs, 7:00 P.M.
Chris Cosentino, Cockscomb, San Francisco / Co-Founder Robert Biale, Co-Founder Dave Pramuk, Winemaker Tres Goetting, and Marketing and Events Coordinator Maggie Pramuk, Robert Biale Vineyards, Napa, CA


Take one Top Chef Masters winner with an ardor for offal, add in a prestigious Napa Valley vintner, and you end up with a feast of the senses designed to delight and expand your palate. For this exceptional dinner, San Francisco superstar Chris Cosentino joins Robert Biale Vineyards, one of Napa Valley’s premier producers of Zinfandel and Petite Sirah, to commemorate their 25th harvest. Expect a menu highlighting the vast potential of nose-to-tail dining, from Olde Salt Oysters with Boccalone Blood Sausages and Serrano to Venison Heart... Read more >

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Ask a Chef: Beard Award Nominee Chris Cosentino

 

Winner of Top Chef Masters and a longtime San Francisco favorite, Chris Cosentino is also a leader of the nose-to-tail movement, which leaves no tail or trotter uncooked. For his much awaited Beard House dinner, the king of offal will treat guests to the full monty: a lavish, waste-less menu featuring dishes like chicken heart skewers with fish sauce glaze, pig skin spaghetti alla puttanesca, and smoked beef breast with scallops and horseradish. In anticipation of this whole-animal feast, we caught up with Cosentino about his favorite Bay Area spots, the last great meal he ate (think: crispy-skinned goose), and why he'll never be a guilty eater.

 

 

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On the Menu: December 12 through December 18

Beard HouseHere’s what’s happening at the Beard House and around the country next week:

Monday, December 13, 7:00 P.M. Delicious by Design Winner of this year’s JBF Award for Outstanding Restaurant Design, the Guggenheim’s stunningly chic Wright restaurant offers more than just breathtaking environs: its seasonal and distinctive menu, curated by David Bouley protégé Rodolfo Contreras, is lauded by diners and art lovers alike. Tuesday, December 14, 7:00 P.M. French with an Asian Twist South Carolina’s only Maitre Cuisinier de France (and one of the world’s youngest), Lyon native Nico Romo brings his je ne sais quoi and Asian accents to the sophisticated French cooking at Fish. A hot spot on Charleston’s restaurant scene, Fish is also

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On the Menu: November 14 through November 20

Walking up the Beard House back stairs Here’s what’s happening at the Beard House and around the country next week: Sunday, November 14, 6:00 P.M. Friends of James Beard Benefit: Pismo Beach, CA Enjoy breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean while feasting on chef Evan Treadwell’s California coastal cuisine. Treadwell takes seasonal and local cooking seriously, changing the menu with each solstice and equinox and airing his regionally sourced creations with exciting and often little known Central Coast wines. Monday, November 15, 7:00 P.M. Taste of the NFL An all-star group of Texas and New York chefs is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Taste of the NFL, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting hunger whose founder, Wayne Kostroski, won our 2010 Humanitarian of the Year

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Eye Candy: Tony Mantuano and Friends

Tony Mantuano and his Spiaggia crew pose for a photo with student volunteers from the French Culinary Institute and the Institute of Culinary Education in the Beard House kitchen. The chef, who will compete in the champions round of Top Chef Masters next month, prepared a dinner to celebrate Spiaggia's 26th year in the business. To see more photos from Mantuano's event, click here. Want to rub elbows with the best and brightest of the culinary world? Click here to find our student volunteer application.

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On the Menu: Marcus Samuelsson

While it remains to be seen if Marcus Samuelsson will carry the day in the champions round of Top Chef Masters, one thing about the JBF Award winner is certain: he's sure to put out a fantastic meal at his 18th (!) Beard House appearance this Wednesday. In a departure from his signature Scandinavian fare, Samuelsson will showcase surf-and-turf dishes from his first foray into Chi-Town dining, C-House Fish and Chops. Check out the menu below: Hors d’Oeuvre Quail Eggs with Deviled Ham Fingerling Potatoes with Pleasant Ridge Reserve Cheese Oyster Shooters with Spring Peas Sweet-and-Sour Bacon Dinner Rushing Waters Smoked Rainbow Trout Rillettes with Radish Salad and Cornmeal Crackers Werp Farm Speckled Romaine Salad with Pickled Rhubarb, Sweet

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