Coyoty eats a rabbit.

At Bigelow Grille in Pittsburgh, PA in June.

Pecan Meadows rabbit with “English peas, Heirloom carrots, morel mushrooms pappardelle, pearl onions”, pasta, and watercress.

Kentucky Spring: “Jalapeno infused Jim Beam Bourbon, lemon, lime and fresh mint.”

House-made focaccia bread and dipping oil.

Coffee.

Water and plant.

Bigelow Grille patio.

Mojito ice cream.

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Coyoty eats a lamb leg steak and bone marrow.

At Meat and Potatoes in Pittsburgh, PA in July.


Bone marrow appetizer. With grilled bread, gremolata, onion relish, capers, and sea salt.


Jamison Farms lamb, English peas, watercress, sugar snap peas, cipollini onions, and mojo sauce. It was excellent.


Coffee.


Meat and Potatoes’ bar.


Margarita. I can’t remember the name of it. This was a specialty margarita with unique ingredients, but I can’t find it on their regular menu or Google.

Coyoty eats shepherd’s pie with Irish brown bread.

At Wood -n- Tap in Rocky Hill, CT.


“A casserole of ground beef, onions, carrots, peas and corn topped with whipped potatoes. Served with brown bread.”

When I asked for butter, they brought me what I’d call “chunky” garlic butter: melted butter with crushed garlic chunks. The brown bread dunked in it was too good to describe. The whipped potatoes had pieces of corned beef and chives.


Deep dish crème brûlée with rich chocolate at the bottom and a sliced strawberry on top. “This creamy custard explosion tantalizes the taste buds with our own take on a French classic dessert. With a bottom line of chocolate ganache, this after dinner experience is truly delicious.”

Coyoty eats penne alla vodka with pancetta and peas.

At Pagliacci’s Restaurant in Plainville, CT.


Italian and garlic bread.


Fried calamari and hot peppers.


Salad with peppercorn dressing.


Drink menu.



Hot Potato martini.