Brunch at Medina Cafe
Let me just run through part of the brunch menu: Tagine, saumon fume, fricassé, cassoulet and Belgian waffles. Typically, restaurants that cover a spread of multi-national dishes put out dishes that get me to elicit a half-hearted, "Meh." However, I've tasted 4 of Medina's brunch dishes, and every single one was perfectly executed. The most memorable was perhaps the fricassé - braised short ribs, caramelized onions, arugula and applewood cheddar topped with 2 fried eggs and delivered to the table in an iron skillet. Nomnomnom.
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Ryan was raised in a funeral home, and consequently takes everything too seriously. Especially food. He doesn’t shy away from smoking 25 pounds of pork belly, nor from undertaking an intense year of “study” sessions to become a certified sommelier. He writes about charcuterie on Meat Club, and hosts recipes with his venture Foodgeeks.Say hey hey on twitter » @ryansnyder