Thursday, February 11, 2010

Neola Farms Beef Carpaccio at Tsunami

Neola Farms Beef Carpaccio at Tsunami
Published February 11, 2010 in the Memphis Flyer

If you are a locavore, chances are that you are familiar with nearby Neola Farms’ fabulous beef. In fact, when you think of Neola Farms, I bet a hamburger starts to dance through your mind. If you think their beef tastes good between a bun, you’ve got to try it sliced super-thin and uncooked. Neola Farms beef carpaccio at Tsunami is absolutely amazing, a little slice of heaven. The beef is so flavorful and fresh that to cook it almost seems obscene. Chef Ben Smith gives it just a drizzle of sesame-soy a├»oli for an extra bit of zing. The dish’s overall concept is like a deconstructed hamburger. It comes with a side of shaved red onions marinated in fresh squeezed lemon juice, a little salad of baby greens, and crispy fried wonton chips. Exciting and satisfying but not filling, it’s the perfect appetizer...(Read more).

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