I’m back at it!

It’s been a wild year.  First there was the Kitchen LTO finals, and just recently, I finished nine months working prep and on the line at Hibiscus.

But now I’m back at it.  Let’s talk dinner!

What’s going on here? Gourmet dinner in your home!

Don’t like to cook? Just want to relax for a change? Special event? Let me put together a personalized menu that meets your budget and tastes!

Why Would I Want You To Cook for Me?ChefThomasMorris

Besides the fact that you’ll love my food?

How many times have you spent most of a party preparing food and not socializing?  What about the logistics of hosting a dinner party at a restaurant (not to mention the cost)?

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a gourmet dinner in your home, where you could enjoy not only the food, but the company of your guests as well?

Oh, and I should mention, I clean the kitchen, as well.  That way, the only thing you have to deal with the next morning is coffee.

Want to know more about what I’m cooking?

Check out my blog!

Well, how about a menu or two?

Although I’m somewhat loathe to put a menu up (I like to customize your meal with you), here are a couple things people have ordered in the past.

For a more traditional, over-the-top meal, might I suggest

  • Wild Boar Terrine on Fresh Pain de Campagne Croutons
  • Field Green Salad with Tomatoes and Parmesan Cheese, Lightly Salted and Drizzled with Fresh Lemon Juice

    Raspberry Crème Brulee
    Raspberry Crème Brulee
  • Tournedos with a Sauce Béarnaise, Accompanied by Pureed Cauliflower and Asparagus
  • Raspberry Crème Brulee

For a more adventuresome dinner, you might want to try

Forbidden Octopus
Forbidden Octopus
  • Forbidden Octopus (Sautéed Baby Octopus on Spicy Rice Noodles over a Bed of Forbidden Rice)
  • Lightly-seared Heart of Romaine with Crispy Beet Allumettes and a Honey and Truffle Vinaigrette
  • Pan-Seared Swordfish Steaks, Topped with a Poblano Béchamel and Served with Spaghetti Squash and Broccolini
  • Creamy Kiwi Flan