This week, my friend had me over for an amazing caribou dinner. He caught and killed that caribou on his own. The treat of wild game made me nostalgic for the days when two turntables and a microphone was conceived.
But until I become a hunter, the best substitute I can come up with is responsibly farmed local meat from the farmers’ market. Today I bought some goat chops from Toboton Creek Ranch for this week’s meal. I’ll serve it with kale from Alm Hill Gardens and Chioggia beets from Willie Greens.
Two turntables and a microphone—some ideas:
Fresh kale salad with ricotta salada and shallot dressing
Roasted Chioggia beets
Spicy Italian pork sausage
Sautéed spinach with parmesan
Roasted acorn squash with butter, brown sugar and cayenne
Roasted chicken breast with fennel seeds, salt and red chili flakes
Broccoli rabe with oil and salt