Pre-order online until THU Jun 17, 10pm
Pick up on FRI Jun 18, 6-7:30pm
A huge hit last year, Chef Francoise Briet is back with another gourmet, beer-infused Father’s Day-inspired menu! Francoise’s love for diverse and delicious local craft beers led her to create Malty and Hoppy Delicacy, a company that uses Ontario craft beer to create small-batch jellies, jams, mustards and other beer-based artisanal products. Her passion for local beer can be found infused throughout all the delicious recipes in this menu.
Pork Ribs with Chocolate Stout BBQ Sauce
Ribs, beer & BBQ are a pretty surefire combination for almost any Dad! A hearty full pound of tender, slow-roasted pork ribs glazed with a savoury and complex BBQ sauce made with Wellington Chocolate Milk Stout.
Mushroom Asparagus Quiche
This rich quiche is loaded with flavourful spring vegetables and a generous helping of nutty gruyere cheese. Fresh Ontario asparagus and aromatic leeks contrast earthy mushrooms in this classic French flavour combination.
Both meals come with buttery potatoes dressed with fresh herbs, and a crisp, refreshing garden salad with Francoise’s signature beer-infused French vinaigrette.
Crispy Berry Cake
A delightful summertime combination of flavours and textures; moist, rich vanilla cake with tart and fruity mixed berries, topped with a sweet, crunchy crumble!
+ SPECIAL FATHER’S DAY GIFTS!
Chef Francoise’s Malty and Hoppy Delicacy Beer Jellies are complex, layered, sweet, tart & aromatic – the perfect companion for a charcuterie, cheeses or grilled meats.
Scottish Beer Jelly (South River Brewery) | $9
Perfect with goat Brie, Grey Owl, and Alpine-style cow’s milk cheese like cave-aged Gruyere or Emmental
Imperial Russian Stout Beer Jelly (Wellington Brewery) | $9
Excellent with charcuterie and blue cheese or older, firm cheeses. Amazing on your gourmet burger with blue cheese!
Pork, Vegetarian, or 1/2+1/2
Beer & BBQ Dinner for 2 $48 • for 4 $90
ORDERING FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED. PICKUP IS FRI 6-7:30PM
Francoise Briet is the former Chef of the General Consulate of France in Toronto, and the owner of Malty and Hoppy Delicacy, a company that uses Ontario craft beer in small-batch artisan jellies, jams and other delicacies. Before that, Francoise was a clinical research scientist in the area of metabolic nutrition.