Dogwood rolls out summer market menu

July 29, 2011|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

The Dogwood sent over its new four-course summer "market" menu. It goes for $45, and a vegetarian version goes for $40. A 4-ounce pour of wine with each course can be added for $25. Have a look.

First course:

Golden and red heirloom tomato gazpacho with local lump crab meat, garnished with local lump crabmeat. (Vegetarian: garnished with heirloom vegetable escabeche)

Second Course:

Pan-seared Virginia “day boat” scallops,Iowa prosciutto, grilled zucchini succotash, roasted garlic-canellini puree


One Straw Farm sweet bell pepper stuffed with quinoa “tabouleh”, spicy piquillo pepper coulis

Third Course::

Lightly smoked pan-roasted duck breast with stoneground white grits, blueberry barbeque

Vegetarian: baked local squash and eggplant ratatoullie tian, garlic sauteed greens,  pistou broth.

Fourth Course:

Taharka Brothers orange-basil sorbet, local fruit garni

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