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    by Michelle Jones

    Browning’s is offering up some new menu items to welcome in Spring.

    On the appetizer front the apparently beloved Loaded Potato Skins will be making a triumphant return along with three new items. New appetizers include Fried Oysters served with remoulade and cocktail sauce, and “Mac and Cheese”, pasta and vegetables covered with a four-cheese sauce. It’s the final new appetizer that has me really excited though: Baked Green Hill Cheese wrapped in puff pastry then baked and presented with spiced nuts, dried cherries, and honey. Green Hill cheese is a double-cream cow’s milk cheese similar in style to Brie that comes from the Sweet Grass Dairy in Thomasville, Georgia. This sounds similar in concept to the baked brie appetizer at Ramsi’s which is outstanding. I’m quite curious to try this Green Hill Cheese variation.

    On Wednesdays after 3PM Browning’s appetizers are buy one get one free. So you can do a low brow (potato skins)/high brow (baked Green Hill cheese) appetizer taste test without hurting your wallet too badly. 

    New sandwich and entree items solidify Browning’s chef Jay Denham as Louisville’s reigning King of Pork (ok that’s a title I just made up but Denham is seriously a chef who loves cooking with pork). First there’s a new pulled pork sandwich. Made with slow roasted pork shoulder the sandwich is topped with tobacco onions, pickles and barbecue sauce. Then there’s the BBQ pork shank. Truthfully I’m not even sure what a shank is (though I’m sure wikipedia could tell me) but a BBQ pork shank sounds pretty darn good all the same.

    There are a few other new entrees that aren’t pork related. First there’s something called the D.B. Fish sandwich. Who or what D.B. is I don’t know but the sandwich is made of fried grouper with crab salad and remoulade. There’s also a Bison Tri-Tip served with crispy potatoes, vegetables, and a green tomato sauce, Braised Lamb which is served with vegetables, cheese grits and rosemary sauce for and last but not least a six-ounce Beef Filet with mashed potatoes, vegetables, and a Henry Bain sauce.

    Browning’s, it would appear, is not a haven for vegetarians. Vegetarian concerns aside the new menu additions sound pretty tasty and interesting.

    Browning’s Restaurant and Brewery
    401 East Main Street
    Louisville, KY
    (502) 515-0174

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