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Andiron Steak & Sea will Open Spring 2015

Andiron Steak & Sea will Open Spring 2015



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Kim Canteenwalla and Elizabeth Blau will unveil an unconventional steakhouse in the spring of 2015 at Downtown Summerlin

The focus of Andiron will be a wood-fired grill.

The Las Vegas culinary husband-and-wife team behind Honey Salt and Made L.V., chef Kim Canteenwalla and Elizabeth Blau, will open yet another Summerlin dining venue. The dynamic duo has announced that their fine dining concept, Andiron Steak & Sea, will open in the spring of 2015 at Downtown Summerlin.

Andiron Steak & Sea will not be what you would expect from a traditional steakhouse concept in either menu or design. This venue will be bright, and the food will be inspired by fresh, summertime meals grilled outdoors with a focus on premium meats, shellfish, seafood, and lighter, seasonal market sides. “We’re incredibly excited to announce Andiron and expand to another level of dining in our city. I think diners will find it to be an entirely different experience from a typical steakhouse, and it will surely become a destination restaurant,” said Blau.

The focus of Andiron will be a wood-fired grill, with Honey Salt chef Joseph Zanelli leading the kitchen and Stephen Jerome assuming the role of general manager. Both Zanelli and Jerome have been a part of the Blau team since 2012 and are managing partners of the restaurant group that oversees the operations of Honey Salt and Made L.V., as well as Andiron.

Leaving no detail overlooked, they have selected Thomas Schlesser’s Design Bureaux, Inc. to plan the décor (past projects include DBGB Kitchen & Bar, Blackbird, David Burke Kitchen, and Má Pêche). The three-time James Beard Award recipient looks to create a bright dining room with light woods and floral patterns, giving Andiron a softer feel than the traditional steakhouse.

We are never disappointed with anything chef Canteenwalla and Blau create and are eager to experience what we know will be yet another hit for this amazing team.


Cooking

For many of the preparations you need to be near a heat source, this is most often an oven, but in some instances, such as barbeque, a camp fire or forge is sufficient. In the table, Cooking Menu, below where the proximity resource is listed as ‘flame’ any suitable heat source can be used. All such heat sources are:

  • a rolling pin is the easiest to make if your character has no tinkering skill (requires 5 boards)
  • a skillet, next easiest at minimum 30 tinkering skill (requires 4 ingots)
  • a flour sifter can be made at minimum 50 tinkering (requires 3 ingots)

You could, of course, simply buy your tools from the NPC cook in town.

Ingredients

Sack of Flour:

Gather wheat from a farmer’s field (eg. those outside Britain & Skara Brae). Place the wheat, and a cooking tool in your pack, and while standing next to a flour mill (either one placed as a house add on deed made by a player carpenter or one in public NPC bakery), double click the cooking tool, select ‘sack of flour’ from the ‘ingredients’ section of the menu.

It is possible to grind wheat using the flour mill itself, with attendant animation, but you will only get one sack of flour for every 4 sheaves of wheat in this way.

Vegetables:

Fruit:

Most of the animals in UO will drop uncooked meat when killed and skinned


Cooking

For many of the preparations you need to be near a heat source, this is most often an oven, but in some instances, such as barbeque, a camp fire or forge is sufficient. In the table, Cooking Menu, below where the proximity resource is listed as ‘flame’ any suitable heat source can be used. All such heat sources are:

  • a rolling pin is the easiest to make if your character has no tinkering skill (requires 5 boards)
  • a skillet, next easiest at minimum 30 tinkering skill (requires 4 ingots)
  • a flour sifter can be made at minimum 50 tinkering (requires 3 ingots)

You could, of course, simply buy your tools from the NPC cook in town.

Ingredients

Sack of Flour:

Gather wheat from a farmer’s field (eg. those outside Britain & Skara Brae). Place the wheat, and a cooking tool in your pack, and while standing next to a flour mill (either one placed as a house add on deed made by a player carpenter or one in public NPC bakery), double click the cooking tool, select ‘sack of flour’ from the ‘ingredients’ section of the menu.

It is possible to grind wheat using the flour mill itself, with attendant animation, but you will only get one sack of flour for every 4 sheaves of wheat in this way.

Vegetables:

Fruit:

Most of the animals in UO will drop uncooked meat when killed and skinned


Cooking

For many of the preparations you need to be near a heat source, this is most often an oven, but in some instances, such as barbeque, a camp fire or forge is sufficient. In the table, Cooking Menu, below where the proximity resource is listed as ‘flame’ any suitable heat source can be used. All such heat sources are:

  • a rolling pin is the easiest to make if your character has no tinkering skill (requires 5 boards)
  • a skillet, next easiest at minimum 30 tinkering skill (requires 4 ingots)
  • a flour sifter can be made at minimum 50 tinkering (requires 3 ingots)

You could, of course, simply buy your tools from the NPC cook in town.

Ingredients

Sack of Flour:

Gather wheat from a farmer’s field (eg. those outside Britain & Skara Brae). Place the wheat, and a cooking tool in your pack, and while standing next to a flour mill (either one placed as a house add on deed made by a player carpenter or one in public NPC bakery), double click the cooking tool, select ‘sack of flour’ from the ‘ingredients’ section of the menu.

It is possible to grind wheat using the flour mill itself, with attendant animation, but you will only get one sack of flour for every 4 sheaves of wheat in this way.

Vegetables:

Fruit:

Most of the animals in UO will drop uncooked meat when killed and skinned


Cooking

For many of the preparations you need to be near a heat source, this is most often an oven, but in some instances, such as barbeque, a camp fire or forge is sufficient. In the table, Cooking Menu, below where the proximity resource is listed as ‘flame’ any suitable heat source can be used. All such heat sources are:

  • a rolling pin is the easiest to make if your character has no tinkering skill (requires 5 boards)
  • a skillet, next easiest at minimum 30 tinkering skill (requires 4 ingots)
  • a flour sifter can be made at minimum 50 tinkering (requires 3 ingots)

You could, of course, simply buy your tools from the NPC cook in town.

Ingredients

Sack of Flour:

Gather wheat from a farmer’s field (eg. those outside Britain & Skara Brae). Place the wheat, and a cooking tool in your pack, and while standing next to a flour mill (either one placed as a house add on deed made by a player carpenter or one in public NPC bakery), double click the cooking tool, select ‘sack of flour’ from the ‘ingredients’ section of the menu.

It is possible to grind wheat using the flour mill itself, with attendant animation, but you will only get one sack of flour for every 4 sheaves of wheat in this way.

Vegetables:

Fruit:

Most of the animals in UO will drop uncooked meat when killed and skinned


Cooking

For many of the preparations you need to be near a heat source, this is most often an oven, but in some instances, such as barbeque, a camp fire or forge is sufficient. In the table, Cooking Menu, below where the proximity resource is listed as ‘flame’ any suitable heat source can be used. All such heat sources are:

  • a rolling pin is the easiest to make if your character has no tinkering skill (requires 5 boards)
  • a skillet, next easiest at minimum 30 tinkering skill (requires 4 ingots)
  • a flour sifter can be made at minimum 50 tinkering (requires 3 ingots)

You could, of course, simply buy your tools from the NPC cook in town.

Ingredients

Sack of Flour:

Gather wheat from a farmer’s field (eg. those outside Britain & Skara Brae). Place the wheat, and a cooking tool in your pack, and while standing next to a flour mill (either one placed as a house add on deed made by a player carpenter or one in public NPC bakery), double click the cooking tool, select ‘sack of flour’ from the ‘ingredients’ section of the menu.

It is possible to grind wheat using the flour mill itself, with attendant animation, but you will only get one sack of flour for every 4 sheaves of wheat in this way.

Vegetables:

Fruit:

Most of the animals in UO will drop uncooked meat when killed and skinned


Cooking

For many of the preparations you need to be near a heat source, this is most often an oven, but in some instances, such as barbeque, a camp fire or forge is sufficient. In the table, Cooking Menu, below where the proximity resource is listed as ‘flame’ any suitable heat source can be used. All such heat sources are:

  • a rolling pin is the easiest to make if your character has no tinkering skill (requires 5 boards)
  • a skillet, next easiest at minimum 30 tinkering skill (requires 4 ingots)
  • a flour sifter can be made at minimum 50 tinkering (requires 3 ingots)

You could, of course, simply buy your tools from the NPC cook in town.

Ingredients

Sack of Flour:

Gather wheat from a farmer’s field (eg. those outside Britain & Skara Brae). Place the wheat, and a cooking tool in your pack, and while standing next to a flour mill (either one placed as a house add on deed made by a player carpenter or one in public NPC bakery), double click the cooking tool, select ‘sack of flour’ from the ‘ingredients’ section of the menu.

It is possible to grind wheat using the flour mill itself, with attendant animation, but you will only get one sack of flour for every 4 sheaves of wheat in this way.

Vegetables:

Fruit:

Most of the animals in UO will drop uncooked meat when killed and skinned


Cooking

For many of the preparations you need to be near a heat source, this is most often an oven, but in some instances, such as barbeque, a camp fire or forge is sufficient. In the table, Cooking Menu, below where the proximity resource is listed as ‘flame’ any suitable heat source can be used. All such heat sources are:

  • a rolling pin is the easiest to make if your character has no tinkering skill (requires 5 boards)
  • a skillet, next easiest at minimum 30 tinkering skill (requires 4 ingots)
  • a flour sifter can be made at minimum 50 tinkering (requires 3 ingots)

You could, of course, simply buy your tools from the NPC cook in town.

Ingredients

Sack of Flour:

Gather wheat from a farmer’s field (eg. those outside Britain & Skara Brae). Place the wheat, and a cooking tool in your pack, and while standing next to a flour mill (either one placed as a house add on deed made by a player carpenter or one in public NPC bakery), double click the cooking tool, select ‘sack of flour’ from the ‘ingredients’ section of the menu.

It is possible to grind wheat using the flour mill itself, with attendant animation, but you will only get one sack of flour for every 4 sheaves of wheat in this way.

Vegetables:

Fruit:

Most of the animals in UO will drop uncooked meat when killed and skinned


Cooking

For many of the preparations you need to be near a heat source, this is most often an oven, but in some instances, such as barbeque, a camp fire or forge is sufficient. In the table, Cooking Menu, below where the proximity resource is listed as ‘flame’ any suitable heat source can be used. All such heat sources are:

  • a rolling pin is the easiest to make if your character has no tinkering skill (requires 5 boards)
  • a skillet, next easiest at minimum 30 tinkering skill (requires 4 ingots)
  • a flour sifter can be made at minimum 50 tinkering (requires 3 ingots)

You could, of course, simply buy your tools from the NPC cook in town.

Ingredients

Sack of Flour:

Gather wheat from a farmer’s field (eg. those outside Britain & Skara Brae). Place the wheat, and a cooking tool in your pack, and while standing next to a flour mill (either one placed as a house add on deed made by a player carpenter or one in public NPC bakery), double click the cooking tool, select ‘sack of flour’ from the ‘ingredients’ section of the menu.

It is possible to grind wheat using the flour mill itself, with attendant animation, but you will only get one sack of flour for every 4 sheaves of wheat in this way.

Vegetables:

Fruit:

Most of the animals in UO will drop uncooked meat when killed and skinned


Cooking

For many of the preparations you need to be near a heat source, this is most often an oven, but in some instances, such as barbeque, a camp fire or forge is sufficient. In the table, Cooking Menu, below where the proximity resource is listed as ‘flame’ any suitable heat source can be used. All such heat sources are:

  • a rolling pin is the easiest to make if your character has no tinkering skill (requires 5 boards)
  • a skillet, next easiest at minimum 30 tinkering skill (requires 4 ingots)
  • a flour sifter can be made at minimum 50 tinkering (requires 3 ingots)

You could, of course, simply buy your tools from the NPC cook in town.

Ingredients

Sack of Flour:

Gather wheat from a farmer’s field (eg. those outside Britain & Skara Brae). Place the wheat, and a cooking tool in your pack, and while standing next to a flour mill (either one placed as a house add on deed made by a player carpenter or one in public NPC bakery), double click the cooking tool, select ‘sack of flour’ from the ‘ingredients’ section of the menu.

It is possible to grind wheat using the flour mill itself, with attendant animation, but you will only get one sack of flour for every 4 sheaves of wheat in this way.

Vegetables:

Fruit:

Most of the animals in UO will drop uncooked meat when killed and skinned


Cooking

For many of the preparations you need to be near a heat source, this is most often an oven, but in some instances, such as barbeque, a camp fire or forge is sufficient. In the table, Cooking Menu, below where the proximity resource is listed as ‘flame’ any suitable heat source can be used. All such heat sources are:

  • a rolling pin is the easiest to make if your character has no tinkering skill (requires 5 boards)
  • a skillet, next easiest at minimum 30 tinkering skill (requires 4 ingots)
  • a flour sifter can be made at minimum 50 tinkering (requires 3 ingots)

You could, of course, simply buy your tools from the NPC cook in town.

Ingredients

Sack of Flour:

Gather wheat from a farmer’s field (eg. those outside Britain & Skara Brae). Place the wheat, and a cooking tool in your pack, and while standing next to a flour mill (either one placed as a house add on deed made by a player carpenter or one in public NPC bakery), double click the cooking tool, select ‘sack of flour’ from the ‘ingredients’ section of the menu.

It is possible to grind wheat using the flour mill itself, with attendant animation, but you will only get one sack of flour for every 4 sheaves of wheat in this way.

Vegetables:

Fruit:

Most of the animals in UO will drop uncooked meat when killed and skinned