Potomac State’s Chef to serve as Celebrity Chef at Candlewyck Inn
Tylor Dinteman, lecturer and chef with the hospitality and tourism program at Potomac State College of West Virginia University, will serve as the August Celebrity Chef at the Candlewyck Inn in Keyser on Saturday, August 29.
Chef Dinteman earned an associate degree in specialized technology with the Le Cordon Bleu Program in Culinary Arts at the Pennsylvania Culinary Institute in Pittsburgh, Pa., where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and was inducted into Eta Sigma Delta; the International Hospitality Management Honor Society.
Chef Dinteman has planned a tempting menu that’s sure to please everyone. Diners may choose from an appetizer, soup or salad which includes: (1) Lobster Bisque; (2) Port poached figs and arugula tossed in pomegranate vinaigrette; (3) Roasted chicken wings glazed in hoisin sauce with arugula-orange accompaniment salad; or an (4) End of Summer Salad containing local greens, almonds, and shaved radishes tossed in honey vinaigrette.
Choice of entrees will include: (1) Grilled pork chop, braised red cabbage, honey-thyme onions, braised mustard seeds, and herb roasted potatoes; (2) Tender braised beef short rib finished with a rich jus, rutabaga puree, braised pearl onions, and sautéed green beans; (3) Pan seared salmon, chorizo sausage, fire roasted corn, poblano pepper, and tomato; or (4) Pan Roasted Airline chicken breast, smoked parsnip puree, braised Swiss chard, caramelized mushrooms, and Madeira jus.
Dessert will be a play on the American classic, S’more with smoked chocolate ganache, charred marshmallow and graham cracker tuille.
Chef Dinteman’s menu will be served from 4 to 10 p.m. The regular menu will be available as well.
The Candlewyck Inn hosts a celebrity chef night the last Saturday of every month. “The idea actually came from my wife, Sharon,” said Candlewyck owner, Fred Engle, “It began one and a half years ago with friends wanting to cook on certain nights and quickly evolved into a night that diners really enjoy and look forward to.”
The celebrity chef creates a menu and also selects a charity or non-profit group to receive a portion of the proceeds from that night. “We’ve donated more than $6000 to local charities during this time. Celebrity Chef Night is turning out to be a Candlewyck tradition – one you should join us in celebrating,” added Engle.