Saturday, February 6, 2010
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Mark Taylor gave one of the best reviews i have read about Copper Rock restaurant owned and managed by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. When someone talks about things like "Roasted Lobster Bisque" with Cognac and Infused with Triple Cream, or Jumbo Lump Crab Cake with Sweet Roasted Corn Sauce and Melted Leeks or Chicken Saltimbocca, which is Roasted Chicken Breast Filled with Fontina, Prosciutto and Fresh Sage and Brown Sugar. These things get my interest, since with the current economy as it is, my idea of fine dinning is McDonalds, i guess that i should not complain, i just saw Hati on the news and everyone was running after a food truck.
Post Tribune Review Link
Copper Rock Video Link
*Prosciutto is used to dry cure ham and widely used in Italy and has a very distinctive taste.
*Fontina is a Italian cheese made from cows milk.