And so without further ado, below you will find the menu thus far. Fort Saint Davids will accept any and all suggestions:
Worthington Christmas Dinner
potato samosas with mint and tamarind chutneys
tortillas with three salsas: fresca, verde, and black bean
rosemary filet of beef tenderloin
green peppercorn sauce
yukon horseradish mashed potatoes
panko-crusted macaroni and cheese
red chili haricot vert
fresh fruit tart
Of course no menu would be complete without the guest’s additions so watch this space for after the holidays when we do a review of all that actually got served. Fort Saint Davids is an expert (and formerly professional) chocolatier and that peppermint bark always comes out better than even Williams + Sonoma can do it. The panko-crusted macaroni and cheese is genius as well: if you’re going to try this, do not be afraid to go overboard when mixing herbs and spices in with the panko for the crust. Be liberal with the marjoram.
We’d love to hear about what you’re cooking up this holiday season. Have fun but beware that ol’ Svenska Wildman climbing down that chimney, because he comes hungry.