Chefs on the Edge:Thanksgiving at the Fogo Island Inn

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AND I posted here instead of my new Find Fogo Island.com blog as I was starting. Feel free to read the draft left here or go to that blog to read the full details. Hard to focus and watch the sea in 80 km gusts from the bed in room 23 of the Fogo Island Inn.

Oops! Over zealous! This WAS Herring Cove Pork Rillettes, Wild Cover salt cod brandade and apple chutney. Served with flaked salt cod, mustard and a pesto or slaw.

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Buckle your knees and then unbuckle your belt! Mushrooms, greens and caribou moss harvested this morning. Mushrooms and toast. Already, all guests at our tablet are best friends having shared this delicious experience.

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Stinging Nettle Carbonara with scallops and sea urchin. The company and conversation had me enjoying before I remembered a picture! It was played so beautifully before I dove in!
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The Fogo Island Inn and Shorefast Foundation support the schools in various ways, including fundraising for the playgrounds. A school garden was harvested with students and chefs on Friday. This dish features some of those vegetables. A delicious salad with Partridgeberry vinaigrette.

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For more information about a the Fogo Island Inn search in this blog or my new blog Findfogoisland.com.

Also check out other areas of Newfoundland in FindNewfoundlanddotcom

Or visit my iceberg pages on Facebook and the Internet Newfoundland Iceberg Reports

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