Chef Myles Anton of Trattoria Stella in Traverse City prepares Fettuccine for MyNorth.com’s local foods video showdown.
When MyNorth.com challenged Trattoria Stella’s chef Myles Anton to our local foods showdown he accepted with relish and prepared a simply delicious Fettuccine for a MyNorth.com video. Anton went above and beyond the rules of the showdown (calling for 90 percent of the ingredients to be from Northern Michigan and another 5 percent from Michigan) using 99 percent local ingredients.
Watch the video to learn Chef Anton’s technique. Then click to find the recipe for Fettucine.
Here is a list of the local ingredients Anton used in the dish:
- Thyme, Werp Farms, Karlin, 231-263-2111
- Eggs, Halpin’s Land of Goshen at Douglas Valley, Manistee, 231-360-7176
- Asparagus, Norconk’s, Empire
- Cream, Shetler Dairy, Kalkaska, 231-258-8216
- Spinach, Jordan Valley Bison, 231-544-6684
- Flatleaf parsley, wheat flour, Golden Rule
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