|Our dinner began with this fresh & hearty salad|
"Food is an essential part of the content that we cover for Kindform. Food preparation really is an art and those who are passionate about cuisine, produce some of the most amazing dishes that I have ever tasted." -Kirish Dirkson
|Premium grade skirt steak in the raw|
Did we miss the traditional turkey, stuffing, mashers and green bean casserole? No way. We replaced it with choice cut steaks, organic salad, raw green beans and portabella mushrooms. It was non-traditionally divine but in staying true to holiday tradition, we stuffed ourselves silly.
|Garlic, rosemary and basil featured in the champagne vinaigrette|
I was so appreciative of this extremely kind & healthy gesture for the holiday. It tasted so amazing, and though I did not get to partake in last years' feast, the highlights included Caribbean Mako Shark and Pancetta wrapped scallops. It is safe to say that I definitely missed out in 2010 but the thought of it makes my mouth water. Question is:What is on the menu for 2012?
All of the food Dirkson prepared for our meal was purchased from Whole Foods and if you want to add a bit of actual whole and natural foods to your daily regimen, this book may be the perfect way to start fresh for the new year.
Eat, drink & be merry!
Photos: K. Rodriguez