October 2012

  • Martin Bosley and Brian Bicknell - menu from Food & Wine Weekend

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    Martin Bosley and Brian Bicknell
    Food and Wine Weekend
    Caramelised Green Olive
    Poronui Venison, Blood and Liver, Onion Soubise, Fried Onions
    Coffee-cured Kingfish ‘Pastrami’, Pork Crackling, BBQ Sauce
    Te Matuku Bay Oysters
    2012 Mahi Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
    House Made Sourdough Bread, Whipped Butter, Marlborough Sea Salt, Herb Salt
    Clearwater Koura, Roasted Garlic Custard, Lemon Mayonnaise
    Asparagus, Fresh Milk Curd, Lardo, Hazelnuts, Jerusalem Artichoke Puree, Toasted Grains
    2011 Mahi Boundary Farm Sauvignon Blanc
    Nelson Scallops, Snapper and Prawn Sausage, Pine Nut Risotto,
    Warm Sauce Nantua
    2009 Mahi Alchemy Chardonnay
    Sautéed Curly Tree Whitebait, fished from the Moeraki River aka ‘The Blue’, Poronui Wildflowers, Chive Butter
    2008 Mahi Ballot Block Sauvignon Blanc
    Slow-roasted Poronui Venison, Venison Tartare, Cauliflower,
    Globe Artichoke, Cocoa Reduction
    2010 Mahi Marlborough Pinot Noir
    Carrot Cake, Strawberry Salad, Pumpkin Reduction,
    Sour Cream Panna Cotta
    2010 Mahi Twin Valleys Gewurztraminer Granita

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