Tuesday, August 28, 2012

August 27, 2012

The sizable crowd on this warm night included regulars, occasionals, visitors to regulars, newcomers, and plenty of eaters aged 12 and under. It was a night of particularly stunning desserts, including the fabled Kentucky pawpaw, which came with its own set of instructions and won several dazzled adherents after a fresh, custardy, tropical-flavored spoonful.

  • Experimental un-sweet cucumber sorbet
  • Local Green Beans, Cherry Tomatoes, Basil | Oliva Bella Oil, Balsamico Incognito, Salt
  • Watermelon (KY)
  • Gluten Free Blueberry Corn Muffins
  • "Jewish" Noodle Kugel | cottage cheese, cream cheese, apples, pineapple
  • Spicy Refrigerator Pickles
  • Fresh Albacore Tuna Chowder (Not sourced locally :-)  )  *Gluten Free*
  • Cornbread w/Pork & roast summer veggies | GF
  • Cornbread w/Roast Summer Veggies | GF | Vegetarian
  • Cornbread w/HEAT & Roast Summer Veggies | GF | Vegetarian | Jalapeño from Big Ass Fans
  • Chess pie & Lemon pie from Shaker Village
  • Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Banana Bread (no nuts)
  • (Local) Strawberry (l0cal) Buttermilk Experimental Gelato
  • Peach Kuchen
  • Fabulous Bars | Chocolate, Cherries, Puffed Rice, etc.
  • Extra Chess Pie
  • Pawpaws


How to eat a Pawpaw

  1. Cut in half at the "waist."
  2. Eat carefully with a spoon.
  3. Spit the seeds across the room.  Or across the street.

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