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    2017, December

    New Year's Eve Three Course Package
    0 New Year's Eve Three Course Package

    Do you want to do something special this New Year's Eve? How about preparing a three-course meal for you and a special someone? Chef Eli has created the fantastic three-course recipe below. Come to the Meat Market and pick up your proteins, then take your shopping list to the grocery store, head home, and prepare for a fantastic evening!

    Braveheart Filet

    American Charcuterie
    Domestic charcuterie and cave-aged cheeses

    Seared Sea Scallops
    Champagne cream, fettuccine, asparagus

    Filet au Poivre
    Black pepper cruste...

    December 16 - Steelhead Salmon
    0 December 16 - Steelhead Salmon
    This weekend we have wild caught steelhead salmon from Washington. An exciting fish, steelhead is actually a rainbow trout that migrates into the ocean for the majority of its life before returning to fresh water to spawn.
     
    Because of the unique nature of this fish, it has a flavor profile that falls between salmon and the Arctic char we had a few months ago. The char was incredibly popular and we think anyone who enjoyed that fish will also love the steelhead. This mild, buttery fish will ta...
    Holy Goat Cheese!
    0 Holy Goat Cheese!
    We are thrilled to announce our newest local product:
     
    Holy Goat Creamery is located right here in Manhattan Kansas. They produce an amazing line of chevre and goat's milk feta cheeses, and we are excited to be the very first location this premium goat cheese will be available to the public!
     
    The regular chevre and feta make great additions to any salad or cheese plate, and we think the maple-bacon chevre makes for the best bagel we have ever eaten. Chef Eli will also be collaborating with...
    Smoked Pork Chops with Red Eye Gravy - From Chef Eli
    0 Smoked Pork Chops with Red Eye Gravy - From Chef Eli

    Red eye gravy is an invention of the American south with a fabled history. The most often cited story of its origin is that Andrew Jackson once had a cook report for duty after a long, moonshine fueled night, and Jackson instructed him to make ham with a gravy as red as his eyes to bring him back to life. Others claim the name refers to the gravy’s tendency to separate if left very long.

    Pork Chop with Red Eye Gravy

    I personally prefer the idea that a night of hard drinking led to the creation of one of my favorite recip...

    December 5 Weekly Seafood Special: Striped Bass
    0 December 5 Weekly Seafood Special: Striped Bass

    While most midwesterners know striped bass as a fresh water fish, it is naturally a migratory fish spending most of its  life in salt water along the coast and migrating up river to spawn. This week we are happy to have a catch of Atlantic striped bass. Striped bass has a medium to mild flavor and a large white flake. It is sturdy enough to grill or saute. I recommend sauteing this fish skin on and crispy.

    I also recommend making a celery root puree. Known as celeriac, celery root is lightly s...