For Love and Family: An Evening of Classical Music and Contemporary Dining

Photo by Ron Thompson.

Chef Anastacia Quiñones’ Chef & Song menu for Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Ensalada de Sandia
Watermelon carpaccio, cotija cheese, fried Serrano ham, micro arugula,
pickled serranos, lime zest

Goat cheese stuffed tortilla crusted chicken, Mexican squash, heirloom cherry tomatoes, white corn, cilantro

Grilled salmon, chorizo broth, fried pozole, pickled red onions,
sautéed purslane

Corn flan, Mexican chocolate dusted popcorn, goat’s milk cajeta

Seating is limited.
To make a reservation, call 214-377-0757

Kitchen LTO at Trinity Groves
3011 Gulden Lane
Suite 108
Dallas, Texas 75212
Get directions to Kitchen LTO [ here ].

“Music and food is language of culture. It reminds us of our heritage. It reminds us of home. It’s what we think of when we think of family.”

— David Tercero, PhD

“Nothing is a more familiar reminder of people we love, than their favorite foods and the songs you share.”

— Chef Anastacia Quiñones

Photo by Hank Henley.

For Love and Family: An Evening of Classical Music and Contemporary Dining is free for you thanks to our friends Rob Todd with the Law Office of Coats & Todd, Dr. Paul Dunn with  Paul Dunn, DDS – Dallas Office, and Dr. Jeffrey Robertson of Oak Cliff Ophthalmology.

Go here to listen to my conversation with Chef Quiñones about her food, career, family, and cooking from the heart.