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Audition Dish: Pan-Roasted Miso Citrus Sablefish with Dungeness Crab Fingerling Potato Salad
Audition Dish: Venison Tenderloin on Celery Root Purée with Foie Gras and Blueberry Drizzle, Red Wine and Herb Court Bouillon served with a Warm Maple Butter Ploye
Audition Dish: Mushroom and Goat Cheese Medallion in Fresh Tomato and Roasted Eggplant Sauce
Audition Dish: Pan-Roasted Trout with "Peas and Carrots" and Bacon Onion Jam
Audition Dish: Tarte Tatin with Crème Fraîche
Audition Dish: Scallops of the Summer (served with Filet of Tuna, Quinoa, and Radish)
Audition Dish: Blueberry and Basil Pie Top
Audition Dish: Pan-Seared Wagyu Rib-Eye with Grandma Ries' Pierogi Tower and Braised Cabbage
Audition Dish: Smoked Elk Carpaccio
Audition Dish: Donair Gnocchi
Audition Dish: Ceilidh Trail Crab Cakes with Mango Sauce and Spicy Mustard Sauce
Crispy Wild Mushroom Risotto Cake with Seared Scallops and Tomato Basil Coulis
Audition Dish: Seared Scallops with Roasted Squash
Audition Dish: Steak and Herbed Goat Cheese in Homemade Phyllo with Worcestershire Reduction
Audition Dish: Jerk Chicken Pot Pie with Plantain Gems, Tamarind Slaw, and Non-Alcoholic Rastini
Audition Dish: Oyster with Cucumber Wasabi Mignonette, Seared Scallop, Lemon Basil Purée, and Crispy Herbed Potato Chips
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