The Central Texas College hospitality/culinary arts program opens another season of the Patio Cuisine Nights dining experience Friday with an array of Scandinavian and Russian delights.
Start the meal with a soup appetizer and salad: pampushki — three crunchy Russian potato cakes pan-fried to a crisp golden brown and stuffed with a creamy ricotta cheese and chive filling; served with a sour cream dill sauce ($3.50). Then there is lamb and cabbage stew — tender lamb and sliced potatoes with sautéed red and white cabbage and caramelized onions simmered in a basil and garlic-infused seasoned chicken broth ($12 or add a cup to an entrée for $2.50 or a bowl to an entrée for $5). The salads are an Olivier salad — a Cornish hen salad blended and roasted with diced cucumbers and potatoes, moistened with a Dijon mustard vinaigrette and nestled on a bed of fresh lettuce greens with egg wedges ($12.50). Or choose the house salad ($3.50).
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