Comfort food and New Year's Eve celebrations at 1919 Kitchen & Tap
GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- Looking to enjoy some comfort food before your New Year's diet starts?
Head on over to 1919 Kitchen & Tap inside Lambeau Field!
Executive Sous Chef, Josh Swanson, from 1919 joined FOX 11's Emily Deem on Good Day Wisconsin to share some comfort food recipes, but to also talk about their New Year's Eve event.
Sun, Dec 31
Make your reservation today, and try our featured New Year's Eve Prix-Fixe menu being offered from 4-9pm.
Enjoy a $40 prix-fixe menu full of New Year's Eve specialties, or order off the daily menu and indulge in 1919 favorites!
Old Bay cracker, spinach crème
Petite Kale & English Pea Salad
cucumber, pickled red onion, toasted pine nuts, yogurt dill dressing
Seared Pacific Halibut
heirloom cauliflower, tuxedo orzo, foie gras emulsion,
Seared Diver Scallop & Braised Short Rib
gnocchi, pearl onion, spinach, celeriac puree, veal glace
Roasted Duck Breast
maitaki mushroom, baby bok choy, saffron ginger rice, blood orange glaze
Mirror Glazed Vanilla Cheesecake
graham crumble, raspberry crème
Hazelnut Cream Puff
Dark chocolate mousse, fresh berries
burger topped with a split Johnsonville brat, muenster, fried onions & beer mustard on a pretzel bun
1919 DOUBLE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE SKILLET
Yield 24 Cookies
2# butter softened
2 cups brown sugar
2 cups sugar
14 oz vanilla pudding mix
2.5 quarts flour sifted
1 tablespoon baking soda
½ tablespoon baking powder
1 quart dark chocolate chips
1 quart white chocolate chips
Cream together butter & sugar in a mixer, Add in the pudding mix & fully incorporate, next beat in one egg at a time. In a separate bowl mix flour, baking soda & baking powder. With the mixer on low, add the flour mix slowly. Stir in the chocolate chips. Portion into greased 6" skillets. In a preheated 325° oven bake for 10-12 minutes or until the top of the cookie starts to brown.