In the Kitchen: Land and Sea

Discover Newport has brought us Chef Terence Feury from the Grill at Forty 1 North, making their Land and Sea recipe.

Serves 2

Ingredients

12 oz. Rib Cap or Rib eye steak
1 lb. whole lobster steamed
8 ounces wild mushrooms (such as royal trumpet)
1 leek split and washed
1 shallot
1 sprig fresh thyme
1 bay leaf
1 tsp whole black peppercorns
2 ounces white wine vinegar
6 ounces dry white wine
1 lemon
4 ounces butter plus another 2 ounces for sautéing
2 ounces heavy cream
Kosher salt
Canola oil
Fresh chervil or tarragon

land and sea ingredients

Method

Season the steak with salt and fresh ground black pepper. Let sit at room temperature while prepping.

Take the lobster meat from the shell splitting the tail and leave in the shell. Reserve meat until plating.

Trim the mushrooms and split lengthwise. Save any trimmings and combine with sliced shallot, thyme ,bay leaf, peppercorn ,vinegar and white wine in a nonreactive sauce pan. Gently reduce until the mixture begins to get slightly viscous. Strain the reduction in to a clean small sauce pan add the cream and return to the heat bring to a gentle simmer. Whisk in butter and keep warm until serving.

In a stainless steel sauté pan on medium high heat sear the steak in canola oil turning every minute to cook evenly. Check steak with a digital instant read thermometer after 5-7 minutes when internal temp is 125 remove from the heat and let rest on a plate. Discard cooking fat from sauté pan and return pan to medium heat.

Sauté the mushroom in the steak pan and add 1 ounce butter, add the sliced leek and cook until the mushroom is tender, about 3-4 minutes. Add any juices from the steak plate and keep warm.

Warm the lobster meat in the butter sauce for 3 minutes on low heat. Add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice and the chopped tarragon.

Spoon the mushrooms on to each plate, add the lobster and sauce. Gently warm the steak for a minute in the pan then slice and arrange on the plates. Serve immediately.

land and sea finished

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