Thursday, November 3, 2011

The Spotlight

                      The Daily News 

  • There have been some recent articles lately featuring Palate, Table 22, and Dr. Makuch.  Here is a few of the links with more to come in the next few weeks.  We hope you enjoy!
  • Ozarks Local Live at 4 featured Palate on September 28.  Here is the link to the Palate Party.  There are 2 segments.  After you watch the first there is a link at the bottom of the page for the second segment.  
  • 417 Magazine recently sent one of their writers down to do a review of Table 22.  Here is the link:
Table 22 Salmon
  • The Branson Tri Lakes News has a recent article featuring Table 22. Here is the link: Bistro offer healthy food 
  • 417 Magazine recently rated the Top Doctors in the area.  Dr. Makuch was named in a tie with his partner for the best Radiologist in Branson.  Here is the link: Top Doctors 2011

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Join Table 22 in the battle against breast cancer!

Angie's Corner

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Palate and Table 22 are joining the fight against breast cancer. In the month of October, in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Table 22 is actively contributing funds toward the battle.

Dr. Rich Makuch is closely tied to cancer diagnosis as a radiologist at Skaggs Medical Center. Table 22 has committed to donating a portion of proceeds from the Prix Fixe menu directly to the Skaggs Center for Women's Health. Come on into Table 22 and enjoy a fabulous meal that is good for your health and others!

May your champagne be filled with bubbles,

Angie Ann

Angie Ann Picture

Friday, July 1, 2011

417 Magazine Speaks!

Table Talk The Scoop

In today's world filled with camera phones and blogs galore, it's easy for anyone to become an impromptu food critic. We all have our own likes and dislikes, and the staff here at 417 Magazine is no exception to the rule. From the unusual to the extraordinary, here are a few of the things that we've been impressed with this week.

Katie is eating…The panna cotta with aged balsamic at Table 22 in Branson. “It's so simple: nothing but balsamic vinegar drizzled over a creamy custard. But it's one of my favorite desserts ever.”

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Table 22 together with Palate: America coast to coast Wine Dinner!

On Friday, June 24th, Table 22 hosted an America coast to coast Palate wine dinner. This was a six course dinner with 6 excellent wine pairings! Right when guests entered the door they were greeted with a glass of NV Chandon Blanc de Noirs and a watermelon and tomato lollipop.

Guests then were seated and enjoyed a butter poached day boat Maine lobster with beet emulsion. The wine served with this dish was a 2008 Mount Eden Estate Chardonnay.

The next course was a Table 22-417 "Mosaic" salad where all the ingredients were 100% locally sourced from nearby farms. While eating this delicious dish guests sipped on a glass of 2007 Cargasacchi Vineyard Pinot Noir.

The next dish was brined, smoked, and braised Piedmonteese short ribs! A glass of 2008 Hall Napa Valley Cabernet was poured to compliment this course.

After the amazing short ribs were finished, guests were treated with a tasting of real Artisanal Cheeses. To go with the cheeses a glass of 2006 Paul Hobbs Napa Valley Cabernet was served.

A delicious raspberry tart paired with a NV Marietta Port Lot Number Three helped to finish off this amazing and fun filled night!

This wine dinner was a great place to meet new people and share stories while tasting incredible food and drinking amazing wines! Table 22 would love to host a private gathering for you, whether it be a birthday, business function, rehearsal dinner, or just a friends night out!

Monday, June 20, 2011

Fun Fact about the Most Expensive Coffee!

The most expensive coffee in the world comes from civet poop. Kopi Luwak are coffee beans that come from Civet (a cat sized mammal) poo. The animals gorge on only the finest ripe berries, and excrete the partially-digested beans, which are then harvested for sale. Kopi Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world, selling for between $120 and $600 USD per pound, and is sold mainly in Japan and the United States, but it is increasingly becoming available elsewhere.