Thursday, December 20, 2007

Nana's for dinner

Last night I went to Nana's for dinner. In need of vegetables, I had the field greens salad that included radish, fennel and cherry tomato in a lemon vinaigrette. The fennel with the lemon vinaigrette was a lovely combination. I might have to try some think slices of fennel the next time I make a salad.

My main course was an item listed under the starters. It was a bowl of wide pasta with a duck sauce. The duck had been ground and cooked for a long while. It was delicious, warm, comfort food, perfect for a cold night. My friend had venison. It was surely good because not a morsel was left on his plate.

The menu had several interesting game dishes: venison, bison, and wild boar. I'd love to try the wild boar. I like boar so much that I'm ready to go hunting for one!

For dessert we had gooey pumpkin cake with eggnog ice cream. The cake had a layer of dark ginger then a layer of lighter pumpkin. It was gooey indeed. The ice cream lived up to its billing and tasted exactly like frozen, creamy eggnog. YUM! The dessert was garnished with a ginger (I think) crisp.

We drank a big, bold red, a blend, from the Barossa Valley in Australia.

I cannot wait to eat there again! Besides good food, the service is always friendly and attentive.


Ginny said...

I'm craving that ice cream right now, sounds fabulous.

yashna said...

Hi Kelly! Happy xmas! I have been so busy, and have been wanting to post a comment to this for a while now, but no time...anyway...I just wanted to ditto...I LOVE Nana's! I am a vegetarian, and eating at Nana's is so easy for me, unlike a lot of other places. They hooked me up with a plate of all the amazing "side" veggies that came with the usual meat entrees, and my plate was bigger then my boyfriend's meat entree and every bite was delicious. YUM!

yashna said...

PS- Oooh I want to eat that pumpkin cake!