Grand Petite Market Featured Item
Drink Recipe provided by Vin de Set
Food Recipe provided by Vin de Set
8 oz pattie house grind
2 oz pepper-bacon bechamel
1 oz red onion confiture
1/16 oz arugula
2 slices sourdough
Season the burger with salt and pepper and grill to desired temp. Grill sourdough and spread tops with bechamel. On bottom piece, add arugula, burger, confiture, and top piece of bread. Slice in half.
10 # chuck (trimmed of silverskin, fat, sinew)
10 # brisket (trimmed of silverskin, fat, sinew)
3 # suet
5 # roquefort
Cut the meat and suet into 1 inch pieces and mix together. Chill and grind with the large die. Mix together well, fold in roquefort. Shape into 8 oz patties.
1/2 gallon 2% Milk
4 oz cream cheese
1/2 lb bacon (cooked and chopped)
3 tbsp black pepper
2 tbsp onion powder
3 oz flour
4 oz butter
to taste salt
Bring the milk, cream cheese, bacon, onion powder and black pepper to a boil. In the meantime create a roux with the flour and butter and cook it until fragrant. Slowly add the roux to the milk whisking constantly. Continue to cook the bechamel over low heat until the flour is cooked out, about 10 minutes.
Red Onion Confiture
6 red onions (julienned)
3/4 cup port
4 sprigs thyme (leaves only)
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup red wine vinegar
to taste salt and pepper
Heat up a large pan and add enough oil to cover the bottom. Once oil is hot enough to sizzle water add red onions and cook until wilted and translucent (about 8 minutes). Deglaze with the port and red wine vinegar. Once it comes to a simmer add the thyme and sugar and reduce until about 1/4 of the liquid remains (about 30-40 minutes). Season with salt and pepper.
Meet the Staff
Zoe Luke – Service Manager, PW Pizza
Born in Newcastle, England, home of some pretty good football and beer, Zoe first worked in a restaurant at age 15. As part of a working internship from University of Northumbria she travelled to the USA for the first time at age 20 to work at the Jupiter Island Club, in Florida.
There she met her future husband Ryan who is a chef and originally from Southern Illinois. Soon after marraige, they opened a restaurant named Luke’s Shade Tree Cafe in Pinckneyville, IL. After several years they decided to relocate to St. Louis in April of 2011. Zoe joined PW Pizza as one of the opening team members and quickly moved up the ranks to management where she has been ever since. As far as we were able to confirm, Zoe is the only British born, pizza restaurant manager in the city of St. Louis.
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