Chef Matney will cook at luxury lodge

Restaurants | 20 Aug, 2012 | Michael Gossie

One of the biggest culinary personalities in the Valley heads north for the last weekend in August to share his colorful and innovative cuisine.  Chef Eddie Matney, owner of “Eddie’s House” will work side-by-side with Hidden Meadow Ranch’s own Chef Kurt Jacobsen.

Guests dining at the Ranch House Restaurant at Hidden Meadow Ranch, Arizona’s high-country luxury guest ranch located near Greer in Arizona’s White Mountains, can expect a scrumptious and entertaining evening.

Starting at 6 p.m. on Saturday, August 25, Chef Eddie Matney will prepare three courses of his classic American and Mediterranean inspired cuisine, ending with a “cherry on top” dessert.

“Usually you can only get my favorite dishes at Eddie’s House, but as a special treat we are going to take some of our favorite recipes on the road and prepare a delicious meal at Hidden Meadow Ranch,” said Matney. “Hidden Meadow Ranch has always been a special place for me and my family and I want to share it with all my friends from Eddie’s House.”

Mint Pesto Grilled lamb Chops, mint cumin hummus
Mo’ Rockin shrimp with honey dough balls
Magic Mushroom Bisque Cappuccino

Smoked Salmon, Peach & Arugula Salad with shaved red onion & toasted white beans

Buffalo Osso Bucco over cheesy poblano grits & Jack Daniels Demi Glace

Mount Rainier Cherry & Mascarpone Turnover finished with a Thyme Caramel Glace, served with warm Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Reservations required.  Dinner is $60 per person, alcohol, tax and gratuity not included. Space is limited. To make reservations, call 928-333-1000.

Providing first-rate accommodations and service is second nature at Hidden Meadow Ranch. The owners, Tim and Casey Bolinger of Greenbrier Southwest Corporation, were integrally involved in the development of Kierland in northeast Phoenix and The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain community near Tucson. Combining their resort and development expertise with their interests in horseback riding, snow skiing and fly fishing, the Bolingers and their team, led by General Manager Jane Lenci, have created a luxury lodging experience at Hidden Meadow Ranch that complements the naturally beautiful, secluded setting, while providing a range of recreational activities and high level of service and comfort in all four seasons.

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