ate it … blacksauce kitchen brunch

If you want to do one thing for yourself each month you should go to the brunch at the Creative Alliance that Blacksauce Kitchen puts on.

Mr. Flick and I went for the first time a few weeks ago and ordered almost the entire menu. Next time we plan on bringing a larger crowd so there are more plates to share around.

fresh, hot fluffy biscuit | apricot preserves

grit fritters | local micro greens | roasted tomoatoes

sweet potato beignets with a citrus drizzle

pan fried pork chop | micro greens | corn bread pudding | vanilla and pear parfait

I also need to mention that Mr. Flick got ox tail with fried kale, and polenta. I did not get a good photo of the dish because he was to anxious to dig in. Oh and smoked Bloody Mary’s to die for!

You can find Blacksauce Kitchen at the 32nd Street Farmer’s Market in Baltimore every Saturday. They serve up glorious biscuit sandwiches, generally a meat and vegetarian option. In the winter there is also a gravy option ranging from mushroom, to smoked shrimp.

Do you have a favorite Saturday morning spot?

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2 Responses to ate it … blacksauce kitchen brunch

  1. shelley May 14, 2013 at 10:25 am #

    I live in oregon,and i would love the recipe for the pan fried pork chop,micro greens,corn bread pudding and vanilla pear parfait.

    • Kohli May 14, 2013 at 4:43 pm #

      Hi Shelly,
      Unfortunately I do not have the recipes for these dishes, they were part of a brunch that I attended, not something that I participated in.

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