Have you come to Kenyon and become tired of the same old food served at Peirce? Do your refined tastes need something a little more bougie? Perhaps some tapas (click here for pronunciation) is what your fancy stye needs. Don’t fret, for we at the Thrill have come up with a few delicious recipes for your enjoyment in this installment of Made in Peirce.
1. The Farmer’s Delight Suggested Price: $13.99
For the nature lovers out there, the Farmer Delight is for those craving a simpler life out on the farm. Simply find a hard boiled egg fresh from an Amish farm, place it on some well-aged cheese sitting in room temperature, top it with some gourmet mayo and side it with some egg salad imported from France. Pair this with a red wine with good legs and an oaky aftertaste.
2. The Dried Fruit’s Bed – Suggested Price: $7.99
Inspired by the landscape of Rutherford B. Hayes’s childhood home, this lush and zesty dish features ripe tomatoes plucked straight from the vine and succulent craisins. If it is to your taste, pair this with a nice box of Sunset Blush.
3. The Layered Heaven – Suggested Price: $15.99
The Layered Heaven, a culinary masterpiece recommended by the Dowager Countess herself, features two layers of aged pepperoni, one layer of smoked turkey ham, three layers of lettuce, along with a topping of cut meat of the chef’s choosing. Together, the layers form a divine and ambrosial sensation fit for a queen. Pair this treat with a white wine from Martha’s Vineyard.