by Steven Doyle
There is little to make a sandwich wonderful other than fantastic bread, well thought out seasonings and spreads, and a filling that should be unsurpassed. When deciding a list of our favorites, it seemed a more daunting task than originally thought. So much more came to mind as the list was settled.
With all the heartache of selecting which can stand alone as the very best, we humbly submit in no particular order sandwiches that we enjoy. Tell us your favorites and we will run out today and sample one. Continue reading
Chef Robert Lyford of Patina Green Home and Market is teaming up with Chef Misti Norris of Small Brewpub for a special, six-course farm dinner. The menu will feature dishes created by the two notable chefs from goats and produce raised by Ty Wolosin of Windy Hills Farm in Comanche, TX.
Guests will have the option to enjoy a cocktail and beer pairing with each course. The dinner will take place this weekend, Sunday, November 8 from 7 to 11:00pm. Continue reading
by Mandy Davis
After nearly 5 years in the lunch business, 2015 brings exciting changes to Patina Green Home and Market as they introduce a dinner menu on Friday and Saturday evenings each week, lunch on Sunday, and wine and beer offerings.
Moving beyond the sandwich in the evening hours, Patina Green offers refined food and beverage in an intentionally designed, relaxed space that compliments the uniqueness of the menu. The dining room has been remodeled to accommodate more seating and create unique gathering spaces that elevate and complete the individual dining experience while simultaneously fostering a sense of community in shared spaces. Continue reading
Patina Green Home and Market, located on the historic McKinney downtown square was named best sandwich in Texas according to Food Network Magazine. Now, after nearly 5 years in the lunch business, the owners are introducing a dinner menu on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings each week, and it will most likely be an award winner as well.
Chef Robert and Kaci Lyford opened Patina Green in June 2010 when their family was in need of some healing. Kaci’s mother’s husband had just lost his battle with cancer and their world was shaken. Their eyes began to open to see the unfortunate reality of the American food system, and began their search for locally grown real food. Besides weekly farmer’s markets, the quest was difficult, and so their focus for Patina Green became clear. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Mark your calendars for September 9, 2013 at 6pm. That is when Matt McCallister will be hosting a very special pig-filled evening with not one chef visiting, but two in the FT33 kitchen. Contigo Austin’s Andrew Wiseheart, and Patina Green Home and Market’s Chef Robert Lyford will join McCallister where they battle the pig as the main ingredient, crafting a nine-course meal, using local ingredients to accompany each dish. Continue reading