You might remember the trip that I took to Marfa several weeks ago. We were wined and dined by John DeMers. From taking us on a tour around Marfa to a drive along the US/Mexican border, John DeMers entertained us with stories of cooking, history, and culture. I was lucky enough to spend three days with this Texas culinary giant, and I also got to sample some of his yummy eats including white bean bruschetta and Texas Peach-Biscotti Crumble. Lucky for you, John Demers will be teaching a class at Central Market, on Sunday, June 27th, 6-9 pm. You'll watch as he makes a number of signature dishes from his latest book, Marfa Shadows.
- Terlingua White Bean Bruschetta;
- Texas Snapper with Pecan Butter;
- Praline Sweet Potatoes;
- Shiner-braised Beef Short Ribs;
- Jalapeno-Cheese Polenta; and
- Texas Peach-Biscotti Crumble with Muscat Canelli Whipped Cream
While we're on the topic of Marfa, I'd like to give another thanks to all the sponsors and hosts of the wonderful trip as well as show off some of @windaddict's photos.
A BIG thank you to:
- Mike Micallef, Al Micallef, www.cfranch.com / www.filmwesttexas.com for the lovely dinner on the ranch.
- Padre's www.padresmarfa.com for the drinks
- Lisa and Jack Copeland www.austinstreetcafe.com for the fantastic brunch and tour of your hidden paradise of a home.
- Chinati Foundation www.chinati.org for the artisty tour
- Tom Schmidt and Pat Quinn for a wonderful dinner at Q Cafe + Wine Bar
- El Cosmico www.elcosmico.com for the Star Party
- Tom Rapp + Toshi Sakihara http://www.cochinealmarfa.
com/ for the amazing dinner at Cochineal
- John Demers and Bright Sky Press for the amazing time
- and Monica Dana putting the amazing trip together
Looking handsome and oh, very Texan.
Omelets for breakfast.
Texas Peach-Biscotti Crumble with Muscat Canelli Whipped Cream
Dinner at Cochineal
Amazing date pudding at Cochineal.
Yum! Cochineal is so tasty and so charming!ReplyDelete