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Executive chef Adam LaFave is celebrating the flavors of spring and summer at The French Manor Inn and Spa in South Sterling, Pennsylvania.
LaFave recently launched his spring-summer menu and two of his favorite courses on his new menu happen to both be appetizers.
“The first one is a foie gras torchon rolled in crushed pistachios, with Brulee peaches and a sweet wine gelee finished with a shallot jam. The second is escargot with beef bone marrow, roasted garlic brioche crostini, grilled oyster mushroom, parsley, lemon powder, onion marmalade and finished a fig and port wine reduction,” said LaFave.
If your mouth is watering, read on.