On the Menu: April Bloomfield, Pork, and Malt
October 27, 2009
When the Michelin Guide revealed its latest list of starred restaurants earlier this month, we saw that the Spotted Pig garnered a star for the fifth year in a row. The dedicated April Bloomfield undoubtedly has her fingerprints all over the gastro-pub's ongoing success, and we'll be jockeying for seats at the Breslin when it starts serving lunch this week. We're also beyond excited that she's swinging by the Beard House next week to prepare an all-out pig-out. Here's a look at the menu: Hors d’Oeuvre Radishes with Pesto Jerusalem Artichoke Soup Cheese Beignets Sea Bream with Pomegranate Dinner For the table > Potato Bread Pig Trio > Pork Terrine, Head Cheese, and Rillettes White Bean and Ham Hock Soup Autumn Salad Braised Pork Belly Cotechino with Fennel and Mostarda di Cremona Chocolate Pot-de-Crème with Cardamom and Shortbread The menu will also feature an international selection of wines, as well as single-malt scotches from The Glenlivet's classic range. Check out the pairings with the complete menu.