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en oh, el ay
Member since Dec 2005
21591 posts

Sara's NOLA - new chef
Article sounded promising/interesting, not living there at the moment and hoping someone will go check out the new deal and see if its just a chef following fads or if there is some legit execution here.



A new menu here, however, is different from what Sara's regulars have come to expect. There's a hanger steak prepared in the style of Korean bulgogi, for instance, and short ribs prepared sous vide (a culinary technique using vacuum packs and very low heat).

North Carolina Fan
Clayton, GA
Member since Mar 2005
39061 posts

re: Sara's NOLA - new chef
I've never eaten there and tried twice. Just couldn't make it happen. But as far as following fads, sous vide has taken a large step in the last couple of years although it's been around for quite awhile. It's trendy to say it is how you are preparing a dish same as bulgogi which is just marinated grilled meat.

I think people put too much stock in a name. I'd rather just say " I'm slow cooking short ribs and grilling marinated hanger steak."

If he's not following fads in the cooking, he's following fads in the terminology.

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Lap of Luxury
Member since Apr 2009
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re: Sara's NOLA - new chef
I've probably eaten at Sara's three times over the years. I actually thought it was very decent. I'll probably give it a try with this new guy.

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Mid City
Member since Jan 2009
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re: Sara's NOLA - new chef
I just hope they do something with the decor. Last time I was there, it was downright filthy and I just can't get past paying over $25 for an entree to eat on a formica table with no sort of covering.

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