With summer right around the corner, many will be pulling out their grilling gear in preparation for a season of barbeques, soirees and midday cocktail hours. Chef Michael Teich of Culver City’s The Wallace is sharing his delicious alternate grilling options, because grilling doesn’t end with the choice of entrée; rather it is merely the beginning of an exceptional meal.
Chef Teich creates thoughtfully executed dishes that bring out the essence of the ingredients he uses throughout his menu. The menu highlights seasonal produce and main courses that include:
with creamy parmesan, almond bread crumbs and rosemary
braised pork belly
with green garlic, bbq lentils, croquette and cabbage pickles
with tahini, marinated feta and dukkah
grilled greek octopus
with smoked potato, piquillo pepper and salsa verde
Summer is the perfect time to try something new and these dishes are the perfect compliments to some of the season’s most popular grilling favorites.