Thursday, March 25, 2010

Bourbon Steak Does it again with the help of Gryffon's Aerie Beef

Trio of Chocolate

Collins Huff invited me to a delightful lunch at Bourbon Steak to try some of his grass-fed beef.

Gryffon's Aerie Grass-Fed Beef Burger with Tamworth bacon and sweet onion fondue
Gryffon's Aerie Meatballs with Ricotta Cavatelli and Sunday Gravy
Gryffon's Aerie Beef Tenderloin Carpaccio with Tuscan Olive Oil, Shaved Fennel, Sicilian Pistachio, and Parmesan. This Carpaccio was my favorite...fresh flavors and just so good.
Trio of Duck Fat Fries
You can never go wrong with these fries!
Collins and Ramona Huff

Milking Devon and Beef Devon cattle, Tamworth pigs and Cotswold and Karakul sheep all grazing on gently rolling hills, sounds like centuries old farmstead. This is what you will discover at Gryffon’s Aerie in Whitehall in Historic Albemarle County. I can't wait to see their farm!

The farm was established in 1999 and our goal was to raise the best possible grass fed beef and lamb as well as natural pork without harmful hormones and unnecessary antibiotics. The beef will be available at the FRESHFARM White House Market in May.

Bourbon Steak

(202) 944-2026
Georgetown
2800 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20007
www.michaelmina.net/mm_bourbonsteak_dc/

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2 comments:

Jacquie said...

That looks wonderful. I've been wanting to go there soon- I just need to find a time :)

capitalcooking said...

Everything was so delicious!