Since I attended the Mystery Dinner & Wine Pairing last month at more. kitchen & bar, I've been thinking about the superb eats I had there and the man who is responsible for creating them. Executive Chef Scott Phillips. Although I plan to get back there again real soon for some yummy eats and drinks, in the meanwhile, I was able to obtain a recipe from Chef Scott that can be made by non-professionals like me in a home kitchen. Chef Scott shared his recipe for Tuna Tartare below. But first, here's a brief summary about the chef.
With almost 20 years of culinary experience,JMR Kitchens' Executive Chef Scott Phillips' career has ran the gamut. From shaping aspiring students while teaching culinary school, to leading restaurants, hotels and country clubs to accolades and press, Chef Scott brings a variety of experiences to the table. His journey began with an apprenticeship in Maryland, but his desire to cook began by observing his grandmother's craft meals for the family in the mountains of Southwest Virginia. Traveling the globe has also allowed him to develop a deep love and appreciation for all cuisines. This passion is reflected in the styling offered at the restaurants inside JMR Kitchens.
To experience the cuisine of Executive Chef Scott Phillips' more. kitchen & bar is now offering special Chef Experience dinners to patrons.
Diners are asked to fill out a survey asking for their taste preferences and favorite styles of wines located at http://www.jmrkitchens.com/event-survey, and a customized menu with wine pairings will be created specifically for them.
Simply give more. kitchen & bar a call to make your reservation for a Chef Experience dinner and fill out the survey in its entirety at least one week prior to your reservation.