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The Blind Horse helps you think outside the box this Thanksgiving

The Blind Horse in Kohler helps you think outside the box for Thanksgiving, 11/13/17 (WLUK-EMILY DEEM)

KOHLER (WLUK) Thanksgiving is less than 2 weeks away!

Still looking for ideas about what to serve for your guests? Think outside of the box! The folks from The Blind Horse in Kohler have some ideas to share.

Executive Chef, Brent Davis, and Master Winemaker, Tom Nye, joined FOX 11's Emily Deem on Good Day Wisconsin to fire up the grill, and get people ready for the upcoming holiday.

  • Click the video to watch the segments

Dijon Encrusted Lamb Chop with

Goat Cheese and Sage Polenta

Yield: 1 appetizer for two

Lamb

6oz Bone in Farm 45 lamb chop

2oz Dijon mustard

1/2 oz Chopped thyme

1/2 oz Chopped parsley

TT Salt

TT Fresh cracked pepper

Procedure

1. Turn grill on to high heat.

2. Season lamb rack generously with salt.

3. Grill lamb on both sides until desired temperature. (recommended medium rare 135F)

4. Allow enough time for the meat to rest.

5. Once grilled, rub lamb with Dijon.

6. Finish by adding herbs and cracked peppercorn.

7. Slice and serve with polenta.

Polenta

1C Dry polenta

2C Vegetable stock

3C Whole milk

1T Unsalted butter

2T LaClare Farm's chevre cheese

1T Chopped sage

2 tsp Chopped chive

2T Salt

TT Cracked black pepper

Procedure

8. Start medium size pot on medium high heat, add vegetable stock.

9. As stock begins to simmer, sprinkle in polenta while whisking with wire whisk.

10. Once the polenta begins to absorb, slowly add in milk.

11. Continue to stir, for at least 20 minutes.

12. Once the polenta has absorbed all the liquid, finish with butter and cheese.

13. Finish adding in herbs and seasoning.

14. Serve alongside the lamb chops.

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