One of the projects I am working on at culinary school involves creating menus and doing the math to see what it costs to make everything. So that's the introduction for the stuff in the rest of this post.
What is Motus, you might be thinking . . .. It’s derived from the Latin for inspiration or adventure.
A world cuisine restaurant
These are some of our favorites from traveling the globe. Let’s take a culinary trip!
~To whet your appetite ~
Rumakis with Dates and Bleu Cheese. They’re wrapped in bacon!
Laham B’ajeen (Syrian meat pies) Admit it, you’re intrigued.
Panuchos (Yucatán Mexican refried tortilla pies) They’re stuffed!
Spanakopita (Traditional Spinach and Feta Cheese)
~ A soup or salad, perhaps ~
White bean chili with panini croutons
Moroccan Spiced Cold Tomato Soup
~ Something a bit more robust ~
Motus Burger (bacon, baked tomato and cheese with pickled curry onion relish)
Lasagne with Italian Sausage
Jäger Schnitzel like the old country
Puerco Pibil. It’s great, but don’t do us like Johnny Depp
Chicken in Horseradish and Chervil sauce
Chicken Tikka Masala
Turkey Breast Roulade with Crimini, Porcini, and Pancetta
Mustard Fennel Pork Loin with Cumberland Pan Sauce
Turkish Coffee-Rubbed Brisket
~ Did you save room for dessert ~
M'hanncha (Moroccan Snake Cake) It’s not really made of snakes.
Sweet Ricotta Pastries
To quench your thirst, Motus recommends tea (straight, sweet, raspberry, peach)
However, based on a youthful affinity for Mountain Dew, we’ve formed an alliance with the Pepsi distributor and offer their products. (Pepsi, Mt. Dew, Sierra Mist)
Bon Appetit and stuff, y'all