Monday, April 2, 2012

Roasted Bone Marrow

The Roasted Bone Marrow

Don't let the name scare you from trying the newest addition to 320 Main's already killer list of appetizers. It's the perfect opportunity to fulfill your new year's resolution of "trying new things" without putting your life in jeopardy or contracting any diseases. This dish features a roasted beef bone served with fresh grilled french bread and a side of sweet-and-sour tamarind jam. 

Here's how it's done:

Grab the provided spoon and get in there. (Now's not the time for manners. Use your elbows.)
Scoop some of the soft marrow out. 
Spread it on the bread like you were buttering a piece of toast. 
Dip in tamarind jam.
Enjoy the ride to foodie heaven as all your prior fears and skepticism melt away like the delectable, buttery, salty, sweet flavors that are literally melting in your mouth.

The Bone Luge
It almost tastes like a rich bacon infused butter. Which is the exact reason so many prior skeptics now call this dish their favorite appetizer on the menu after trying it. To complete your day of new experiences, order the Roasted Bone Marrow with a Cool Runnings shot (made up of Smith & Cross Jamaican rum, Becherovka bitters from the Czech Republic, and Oloroso sherry) and try the Bone Luge. The Bone Luge phenomenon can be credited to Mr. Jacob Grier at Metrovino in Portland, Oregon.

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