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What’s in Vogue is no Surprise

What’s in Vogue is no Surprise
... Chabot in New York and after a few career moves, she ended up at the Silverleaf Country Club in Scottsdale’s DC Ranch. Not your typical stuffy French cuisine, this unpretentious all-day menu features starters such as ($11) house-smoked salmon with creme fraiche or ($12) Foie Gras cured in Cognac and served with fig/apple compote and artisan brioche toasts. Main dishes include bistro staples Steak Vogue with brandied peppercorn sauce and pommes frites ($20) and roasted chicken seasoned with herbs...
August 2nd, 2010 | Heather Wright Schlichting | Read More | Comments: 0
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