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COUNTYLICIOUS AT MERRILL HOUSE
2nd of November to 24th of November
Inspired by Dishes from Five Centuries
Gravlax, or gravad lax, or gravlaks, or gravad laks... Is a Nordic dish that was made by fishermen in the Middle Ages by burying salted and lightly fermented salmon in the sand above the high-tide line. Etymology: "To Dig" "Salmon"
Succotash and Wild Rice Crêpes
Succotash was eaten in varying forms by various North American indigenous peoples for centuries, including the Wampanoags from whom the name is derived. Etymology: "Boiled Corn Kernels"
Created in the early 1950s in New Orleans, Bananas Foster was the child of a bustling banana port and a local restaurateur honouring a friend with his new creation. Eponym: "Richard Foster"