Spice Dinner at Abe Fisher
Just over two years ago, Steve Cook and Michael Solomonov invited New York “spice whisperer,” Lior Lev Sercarsz to come down to Philadelphia to collaborate with Percy Street’s Erin O’Shea. The results were spectacular as this post lays out.
On Wednesday, June 15th, Sercarsz, the owner of New York’s famed spice shop, La Boîte, returns to Philadelphia for a night at Abe Fisher. At Abe Fisher, Sercarsz will join with executive chef Yehuda Sichel for a four-course meal that will combine the Eastern European Jewish influences of chef Yehuda’s cooking with the powerful flavors found in La Boîte spices.
There are seatings at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. and the four course dinner is $60 per person. An optional three-course wine pairing is available for $30 per person. Beverages, tax and gratuity are not included.
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Seasoned Professionals Dinner at Abe Fisher
Mishmish N.33, Amber | “Spiced” Rum Hemingway Daiquiri
Breads and Spreads
Caraway | House Jewish rye bread
Coquelicot N.24 | Matzo-style flat bread
Smoked Salt N.8 | Chopped liver, pastrami onion jam
“New Bay” | Pickled mackerel, “new bay” remoulade
Nigella | Smoked salmon rillette, spring onion
Ana N.36 | Green tomato pickles, marinated radish
By the Glass | Muscadet Sevre et Maine, Domaine Fay D’Homme, France, 2012
Sheba N.40 | Beef cheek, baby carrots and turnips, Hungarian nokedli
By the Glass | Illahe Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon 2014
“Five Spice” | Duck kishka, beluga lentils gribiche, frisée
Yagenbori | Foie gras pierogi, sour cream
Pastrami, Apollonia N.29 | Pastrami duck breast, duck confit stuffed cabbage, sour cherry jus
By the Glass | Nik Weiss Kabinett Riesling, Mosel, Germany, 2014
Yemen N.10, Reims N.39 | Peach strudel, Manischewitz poached plums, frozen yogurt
Amaro Caffo Vecchio, Calabria, Italy
Seasoned Professionals: A Dinner with La Boîte NYC [Cook n Solo]