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December 16, 2009

odd duck Farm to Trailer

Filed under: Dinner,Late Night — Tags: , , , — MikeK @ 8:18 am

odd duck Farm to Trailer
Web Address
http://www.oddduckfarmtotrailer.com/


1219 South Lamar

Phone
512.695.6922

Hours
Tue – Thurs from 5:00 pm -10:00 pm.
Fri and Sat from 5:00 pm – 12:00 am.

Food Description
Locally sourced, use the whole animal, grill.

Menu
Changes regularly, here is an example:

Creamy polenta, turnip puree, ham hock and slow cooked farm egg $4

Roasted beets with goat cheese and meyer lemon, grilled toast $4

Grilled sweet corn, paprika aioli, cotija cheese $2

Green beans with goat cheese dressing $2

Grilled pork belly on ciabatta roll, sweet peppers $4

Quesadilla with coffee rubbed pork shoulder, carrots in honey vinaigrette $4

4 Comments »

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