Friday & Saturday Night Menu:

Slow Roasted Coffee & Herb Crusted Prime Rib with Pesto Mashed Potatoes and Blanched Asparagus
$21.99

Winter Scallop Salad
$16.99

Soups:
-White Bean with Ham
-Moroccan Bean
-Free Range Turkey Pot Pie
-Gumbo

Bloggers Note: Robin and I will vouch for the exquisitness of the Moroccan Soup, the Gumbo, the Chocolate Raspberry Cake (if there is any left) and the pot pie!

Desserts include:

New York Cheesecake
(caramel sauce optional)

Chocolate Mousse Bars

Raspberry filled Almond Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Assorted Fresh Fruit Pies

Wine to pair with dinner?

This elegantly balanced Chardonnay shows robust acidity and purity of fruit with subdued tropical fruit, orange blossom and Asian pear flavors and subtle mineral nuances that gain complexity on a long, robust finish. $26.99

There are few places better suited for Cabernet Sauvignon than the Alexander Valley, which is why it’s become our signature wine. Warm summer days tempered by morning coastal fogs combine to help create a refined Cabernet that is at once approachable upon release, yet with the fortitude to develop with time. In the glass, the 2007 Estate Cabernet displays big aromas of black cherry, cassis, cocoa powder and plum and flavors of cassis, black cherry and plum along with soft, integrated tannins. This is certainly a great wine to serve with beef, whether braised short ribs or a Tuscan steak rubbed with olive oil and rosemary.
$23.99

Seasons Bistro
Friday, March 19th
6:30PM
Live on SEASONS New Stage

WILL BELL
Will Bell has been playing as a professional musician for most of his life. Growing up in Tulsa, Oklahoma , Will’s musical influences naturally come from a mixture of southern rock, country, and a strong connection to the blues. He has been the opening act for bands such as Jefferson Starship , Bruce Willis, Coco Montoya and the Paul Delay Blues Band just to name a few. Will’s dynamic solo act has been entertaining audiences in the Boise and Sun Valley areas as well as venues and vineyards throughout the Northwest. Will released a CD titled “Once In A Blue Moon” that has been selling locally and internationally to rave reviews.

In the summer of 09′ Will was featured at Boise’s ” Alive After Five” and his band ” The SwampKats” was invited to play at the Boise Blues Society Corner Club’s summer bash . Will’s song “Missin Home” is also featured on Boise “On Hold” throughout the city . Currently you can find Will playing at Season’s Bistro in Eagle, Id. Call 939-6680 for reservations Seasons Bistro


“Welcome to the Boise Foodie Guild Blog. There’s not a degreed Chef among us, but we sure do like to try different foods, whether it is at a restaurant or in our own kitchens. You will find some recipes here. If not, look at Recipes From Bob and Robin. There are 100’s there! So sit back and enjoy our wonderings.”

This is a quote from the dynamic food duo Bob & Robin Young. If you haven’t been to their website or facebook page check them out at: http://boisefoodieguild.blogspot.com/
or Bob or Robin Young on facebook.

Boise Foodie Guild Recent Post:

The Reuben Sandwich Challenge Scoring
Rated on 1 to 5-Stars, here is how we rate the several places in Boise that serve a Reuben Sandwich. 1-Star is enough for this year and a 5-Star is one that meets the criteria.

4. Seasons Bistro – Wow!! We’ve got a foot race. Homemade Russian Dressing, as was Cucina di Paolo. Good pastrami as was Cucina di Paolo. Great kraut that is special ordered and, in my opinion, better than Cucina di Paolo. Grilled onions. Good rye, that I actually tasted the caraway seed, although it was the Marbled Rye!!! I told Rachel Hurn, Owner, that I really would like to give her the 5-Stars for this sandwich, but I couldn’t. She asked, “Why?” And I told her, “No Jewish Kosher deli pickle.” She said she would go get me one. Too late. But, Rachael does know – as did Paul at Cucina di Paolo – the difference between a Reuben and a Rachael Sandwich. She has both on the menu!!!
Rating: 4½

Are we really closing in on “The Perfect Reuben Sandwich in Boise”? It looks like a difficult job, but someone has to find Boise’s Best. Or am I being a traditionalist? To coin a phrase, “It’s tradition!”, or so it’s been said. If I had a fiddle and if I could play it, I’d shout “It’s Tradition!” from the roof top. At this point in time, the Seasons Bistro (Eagle) and Cucina di Paolo (Boise) are taking the lead. They have set the bar pretty high. Cheers