This week's cafe column about Tryst Cafe focuses on words like "organic" and "locavore." It's a few other words that caught our attention, however. Words like "pulled-pork" and "tater tots." Start spreading around delicious examples of the English language like that and you know we're going to take a bite.
Food Critic Laura Hahnefeld on Tryst Cafe:
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On my first mouthful of the grilled cheese sandwich, fresh tomatoes resisted slightly, then burst forth with juiciness and sweet flavor, complementing the snappy pepper jack and mild white cheddar cheeses. Beets, often shunned for "tasting like dirt," were anything but in my roasted beet salad, their hearty, sweet, and still "close to the earth" flavor packed fresh into red and yellow cubes, pairing perfectly with goat cheese and the crunch of arugula, then taking a tangy, almost candy-like turn with a sprinkling of honey lime vinaigrette. And the ahi tuna in the Tryst tuna salad and the ahi wonton cups had the clean, distinct flavor of quality yellowfin...full story