Nighthawk's Kitchen -- in another kitchen

christian noe cooking cropped by sebastien barreCheck it out: Christian Noe from Nighthawk's Kitchen will be cooking his own menu at the Ale House in Troy Tuesday evening (November 13).

Nighthawk's Kitchen is a mobile operation -- you've probably seen them at the Troy Waterfront Farmers' Market -- so this is an usual chance to catch Nighthawk's food in a brick-and-mortar restaurant. Noe is one of the chefs nominated in the Albany 2013 Rising Star Chef Competition. And he also teaches popular sausage making and mac-n-cheese classes at the Arts Center.

The Tuesday menu is after the jump.

Homemade chorizo and beer steamers with tomato and garlic
Colorado green chili Pork chili with fire roasted green chiles
Award winning Buffalo mac n blue cheese Choose your wing sauce.
Meatplant parmigiana Open faced homemade meatball and breaded eggplant serviced on garlic bread with a side salad.
Dos tacos plate One homemade chorizo taco and one Peruvian chicken taco served with Mexican street corn.
Kentucky hot brown open faced turkey, bacon and tomato sandwich covered in mornay sauce and baked.
Bananas Foster with apple pie moonshine on vanilla ice cream

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Earlier on AOA:
+ Hosting a great barbecue: Christian Noe
+ Interesting in 2011: Christian Noe

photo: Sebastien Barre

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