Culinaria’s annual Restaurant Week celebration (Aug 15-29) is actually TWO weeks and is set to highlight many of the best local chefs and restaurants. This includes both new additions and beloved mainstays to San Antonio’s culinary scene!
The sweet and juicy peaches of the Texas Hill Country are legendary. When they arrive each summer unscathed by late frosts or spring hails, many Texans breathe a sign of relief! To get you in the ‘ripe’ state-of-mind, we’ve gathered together some of our favorite peach recipes for early on in the season…
This is one ‘date night’ you don’t want to leave up to the last minute! Here’s our starter list for trendy spots to get you inspired to wine and dine on Valentine’s Day in SA…
Are you looking for a fun night out to toast to 2014? We have a short list of exceptional places around town with innovative menus, along with the perfect cocktails.
If you’re cooking to impress this holiday season or perhaps wanting to break out of the traditional mold of serving a Christmas ham, a delicious duck entrée might be just the centerpiece your table is begging for. Duck is readily found on most high-end restaurant menus and certainly adds an air of formality to any table.
Instead of making a traditional turkey or serving ham this Christmas, wow your guests with a savory duck recipe. If you haven’t tried making duck before, don’t be intimated. It’s easy, delicious and a crowd pleaser.
Fig Tree Restaurant
Valentine’s Day Menu
Friday, February 10 through Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Ahi Tuna au Poivre
Hearts of Palm with Uzu Dressing
Seared Diver Scallop
Truffle Nage, Braised Leeks
Braised Waygu Short Rib
Creamy Polenta, Fresh Oregon Truffles,
– or –
Lobster and Saffron Risotto
English Peas, Spanish Chorizo,
Pequillo Peppers and Lobster Foam
with Berry Sauce
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Raspberry Frangipane Tart
with Almond Anglaise
Served with […]
Plan to begin making reservations now for one-on-one time with your special someone come the big day. All across the Alamo City, many of the top restaurants are rolling out stellar menu lineups for lovers on the 14th…there’s certainly a lot to choose from!
Here’s a twist on traditional escargot from the romantic Fig Tree. Chef Byron Bergeron sauteés garlic in butter and then de-glazes the pan with Rosè, which gives this rich dish a delicious Mediterranean aspect. Cream and ground Chorizo round out the incredible flavors.
This is so easy to make! What a dish from Chef Byron Bergeron of the Fig Tree. The best part is that you can buy a pre-made Crème Brulee from H-E-B or Central Market, and then dress it up with these caramelized bananas.