galley and garden game henPair hard cider with Galley and Garden’s cider braised game hen.  

By Jan Walsh

Photography by Beau Gustafson

I love a good apple cider. And with Galley and Garden’s new Sunday brunch and dinner menu, I am doubly pleased. Here I can have my cider and drink it too with the Cider Braised Duncan Farm Game Hen and Hard Cider.

Executive chef, James Boyce starts with a beautiful Duncan Farm game hen and braises and cooks it in both cider and cider vinegar from Scott Farms. The hen is cooked and served with an array of winter root vegetables in the cider jus: baby carrots, caramelized onion, sliced fingerling potatoes, and of course, apple. The hen is golden brown on the outside and white and moist on the inside. And the acidity of the cider jus balances the earthiness of the root vegetables, creating just enough complexity to this delightful dish. We will pair it with a tasty Hard Cider served in a coupe style cocktail glass from the bar, adding another layer of apple flavors to this lovely winter dish.

Published by B-Metro magazine, February 2016

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