Los Angeles Lakers Upcoming March Game Schedule (all times in PST)

03.15.2017 @ Rockets 5:00PM 

03.17.2017 VS Bucks 7:30PM

03.19.2017 VS Cavaliers 6:30pm

03.21.2017 VS Clippers 7:30PM

03.24.2017 VS Timberwolves 7:30PM

03.26.2017 VS Trail Blazers 6:30PM

03.28.2017 VS Wizards 7:30PM

03.30.2017 @ Timberwolves 5:00PM

 

 

 

Los Angeles Clippers Upcoming March Game Schedule (all times in PST)

03.15.2017 VS Bucks 7:30PM

03.16.2017 @ Nuggets 6:00PM

03.18.2017 VS Cavaliers 5:30PM

03.20.2017 VS Knicks 7:30PM

03.21.2017 @ Lakers 7:30PM

03.23.2017 @ Mavericks 5:30pm

03.25.2017 VS Jazz 12:30PM

03.26.2017 VS Kings 12:30PM

03.29.2017 VS Wizards 7:30PM

03.30.2017 @ Suns 7:00PM

 

 

Los Angeles Kings Upcoming March Game Schedule (all times in PST)

 

Today VS Coyotes 7:30PM

03.16.2017 VS Sabres 7:30PM

03.19.2017 @ Flames 6:30PM

03.20.2017 @ Oilers 6:00PM

03.23.2017 VS Jets 7:30pm

03.25.2017 VS Rangers 7:30PM

03.28.2017 @ Oilers 6:00PM

03.29.2017 @ Flames 6:00PM

03.31.2017 @ Canucks 7:00pm

 

Watch all your favorite sports games at Carvery Kitchen on our big screen TV!

Last night was the 89th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Held at the Dolby Theatre right off Hollywood Blvd, the event is watched worldwide. The Academy Awards is also a great excuse for many to throw their own Oscar themed viewing parties. It’s a great time to bring all your friends and family together. Common at Oscar theme parties is to make predictions, drink champagne, enjoy hors d' oeuvres, and bask in the revelry of the Hollywood’s most glamorous night.

 

Theme Parties

Academy Awards theme parties, just like many held at your own homes yesterday evening, are one of the reasons catering exists. We want everyone to know that Carvery Kitchen caters to all events. This includes everything from a theme party to a backyard barbecue to corporate events…you get the idea. Champagne and cheese for a bridal shower? Wedding catering? Kid’s party? Baby shower? We’re spreading the word - we’ve got you covered for catering to all of life’s events. 

Now that we officially have our liquor license we can throw fantastic parties for our patrons. Currently our beer list includes Leffe Blonde Belgian Pale Ale, Fat Tire, Lagunitas IPA, Red Stripe, and Stella Artois. Last week we did a little bit of wine tasting and selected several different varieties to choose from.

 

 

Brunch

Our wine selections include a Chardonnay from Cline Cellars, a Pinot Noir from Acacia Vineyars, a Kuma Malbac, a Layer Cake Wines Cabernet Sauvignon, a brut wine, and a Moscato that has yet to be determined. We will now be offering weekend brunch whereby you can pick up a glass of orange juice and a small bottle of sparkling brut wine to make your own mimosas right at the table. This will run from opening (10am) to afternoon (3pm).

 

Watch Sports at Carvery!

If you’ve been to our restaurant then you can’t possible have missed the large big screen TV in the middle of our facility. We want our customers to be able to catch the latest basketball, football, soccer, tennis, hockey….whatever sports games you want! Just ask the staff to change television to your desired channel We’re about to be in the midst of March Madness, the College basketball playoffs. We’re also nearing the tail end of the NBA season and the getting closer to the NHL playoffs.

Come on in, get some food, and cheer on your favorite team! Here are some game schedules for this coming week:

Los Angeles Lakers:

- 7:30 PST February 28th vs the Hornets (home game)

- 7:30 PST March 3rd vs the Celtics (home game)

- 6:30 PST March 5th vs the Pelicans (home game)

 

Los Angeles Clippers:

- 7:30 PST March 1st vs the Rockets (home game)

- 5:00 PST March 3rd at the Bucks (away game)

- 5:30 PST March 4th at the Bulls (away game)

 

Los Angeles Kings:

- 5:00 PST Today at the Wild (away game)

- 6:00 PST February 25th at the Flames (away game)

- 7:30 PST March 2nd vs the Maple Leafs (home game)

- 7:00 PST March 4th vs the Canucks (home game)

 

Exciting news from Carvery Kitchen is going down right now! This week we want to tell you all about some of the newest happenings with our restaurant. We also want to give you a brief glimpse into our plans for the new year. Let’s jump right into it!

The first order of business to celebrate that Carvery Kitchen officially has its license to sell BEER and WINE to all our patrons 21 and older!

 

 

That’s right now you can enjoy any of our delicious menu items along with your choice of alcoholic beverage. Especially as the days get warmer, there’s nothing like a nice cool brewski to wash down your meal with. Some items are already available. Currently, we are offering the following beers: Leffe Blonde Belgian Pale Ale, Fat Tire, Lagunitas IPA, Red Stripe, and Stella Artois.

 


The wine selections haven’t been determined yet as this JUST happened but it’s coming soon, we promise.

                Next, we would like introduce our new catering website! Go to Carvery.La for all the latest information on our catering department and events. Remember we’re not just an in-house dining restaurant!

We have a wide and varied catering department that can accommodate anywhere from 2-2,000 people. This includes office catering, house parties, tailgates, picnics, take out, production catering, corporate events, backyard barbecues, birthdays, and so much more! Our catering staff can help with determining portion sizes, suggesting popular menu items, and assist with pricing. We also have the ability to staff events that need servers in addition to catering services.

 

                Finally, as we embark on 2017 be on the lookout for a new Carvery Kitchen location. Though our current restaurant resides in the beautiful city of Santa Monica, we are always looking for new opportunities to expand. As soon as this happens, you’ll be the first to know! Check back on our blog, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts for the latest news and updates from Carvery Kitchen. 

 

 

 

Tips on Staying Sane this Valentine’s Day

                Whether you love it, hate it, or merely tolerate it, there’s no denying that February 14th is fast approaching. You see the evidence at the supermarket, with entire isles decorated in red and pink hues. Your spam folder is filled with deals on for items such as boxes of chocolates and flower deliveries. Oh and if you’re thinking of taking your significant other out for dinner on the 14th be prepared for the overpriced menus and pre-fix menus. We understand the struggle, the pressure, and hereby offer some alternative options that will hopefully make this upcoming holiday a little bit easier to handle.

Don’t Go Out

                Trust us on this one. While everyone needs to eat and food is an important factor of any Valentine’s game plan, it’s just not worth it. Restaurants tend to be overly packed to the point where there’s hardly any room between your table and the those adjacent to it – hardly romantic when you feel like you’re practically dining right along with the strangers next to you. That new restaurant you’ve been meaning to try? Pick literally any other day to do so. Instead, order in. Get delivery. Get take out. Find your favorite menu items from Carvery and stock up as though you’re preparing for the impending zombie apocalypse. You can still have a great candlelit dinner with a great meal from the comfort of your own home and avoid the madness out there in the outside world on that day.

Go ahead and grudgingly brave the Supermarket…and the Florist

                As a compromise to not going out, hit up the supermarket and the local florist and stock up on some traditional Valentine’s day goodies. Get the flowers, get the chocolates, and present your partner with a thoughtful trinket. Oh and get some wine. No forget that - get a lot of wine. Or if you don’t like wine get whatever your usual purchase is from the liquor isle, you’ll need it. Put the phones away and unplug from social media. Have a film picked out to watch after dinner. Make sure it’s something both of you will enjoy and make sure the ending is a happy one. You don’t want to risk feeling depressed on what’s supposed to be a happy day, regardless of what your personal feelings are about the holiday. Then let the libations pour and feel the stress leave your body as you relax comfortably on the couch.

Single? We’ve got you covered too

Girls, time to organize a girls night in with a movie marathon, tons of food, cosmos, and ice cream. Guys, grab some cases of beer and get your best buds together for some serious video game action. Call Carvery Kitchen, get a head count for how many people you expect, and order your favorite dishes to enjoy from the comfort of your own home. Don’t feel like staying in? Get your squad together and find a nice comfy dive. Many venues hold singles only events to give those without a significant a reprieve from all the lovey dovey couples that will be out and about.

Most importantly, remember it’s one day out of the year. Breathe. In 24 hours it will be but a distant memory and life will be back to normal. Oh and one final pro tip – get to your local drugstore/supermarket early the next and snag those super discounted bags of leftover Valentine’s day candy. Enjoy.

 

 

Carvery Blog Recipe Alert: Pepper Crusted Filet Mignon

 

Welcome to 2017 everyone! It's a new year and maybe some of you didn't know but since about the middle of December we've been running a special at the restaurant, both in house and as part of our catering services. This special consisted of the juiciest, most delicious filet mignon that has ever graced your taste buds with its presence. Unfortunately, this special is about to end on January 31st and will no longer be offered. 

 

For those of you didn't have a chance to make it down to our restaurant between the holidays and the end of January, please feel free to take advantage of our very special Pepper Crusted Filet Mignon recipe. Make this from the comfort of your own kitchen and it will be sure to impress everyone and anyone that’s lucky enough to have a portion.

 

Ingredients:

 

  • 4 ½ teaspoons kosher salt
  • 1 ½ teaspoons granulated sugar
  • ¼ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ cup plus 2 tablespoons black peppercorns
  • 9 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 medium orange
  • ½ teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 (6-pound) whole beef tenderloin, trimmed
  • Vegetable cooking spray
  • 6 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 2 shallots
  • 1 tablespoon tomato paste
  • 2 teaspoons granulated sugar
  • 3 garlic cloves
  • 2 cups low-sodium beef broth
  • 1 cup red wine
  • ¼ cup orange juice
  • 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • Table salt & ground black pepper
 

 

Directions:

 

1. Coarsely crack enough whole

black peppercorns to yield ½ cup.

If using pepper mill, start with ½

cup plus 2 tablespoons

peppercorns.

 

2. Place cracked pepper in fine mesh

strainer and tap strainer to

remove fine dust. Discard dust.

Most mills will yield about 2

tablespoons dust along with ½

cup cracked pepper.

 

3. Grate zest from 1 medium orange

to yield 1 tablespoon.

 

4. Adjust oven rack to middle

position and heat oven to 300

degrees.

5. Combine 4 ½ teaspoons kosher

salt, 1 ½ teaspoons granulated

sugar, and ¼ teaspoon baking

soda in bowl; set aside.

6. Heat cracked peppercorns and 6

tablespoons olive oil in small

saucepan over low heat until faint

bubbles appear.

 

7. Continue to cook at bare simmer,

swirling pan occasionally, until

pepper is fragrant, 7 to 10

minutes.

 

8. Using fine-mesh strainer, drain

cooking oil from peppercorns.

 

9. Discard cooking oil and mix

peppercorns with remaining 3

tablespoons olive oil, grated

orange zest, and ½ teaspoon

ground nutmeg.

10. Set 1 (6-pound) whole beef

tenderloin, trimmed, on sheet of

plastic wrap. Sprinkle salt mixture

evenly over surface of tenderloin

and rub into tenderloin until

surface is tacky.

 

11. Tuck tail end of tenderloin under

about 6 inches to create more

even shape.

 

12. Rub top and side of tenderloin

with peppercorn mixture,

pressing to make sure

peppercorns adhere.

 

13. Spray three 12-inch lengths

kitchen twine with vegetable oil

spray; tie head of tenderloin to

maintain even shape, spacing

twine at 2-inch intervals.

14. Transfer prepared tenderloin to

wire rack set in rimmed baking

sheet, keeping tail end tucked

under.

 

15. Roast until thickest part of meat

registers 120 degrees for rare and

125 degrees for medium-rare

(meat will be slightly more done

in thinner parts), 60 to 70

minutes.

 

16. Start sauce as soon as roast goes

into oven. Mince 2 shallots. You

should have about 6 tablespoons.

 

17. Mince 3 garlic cloves. You should

have about 1 tablespoon.

18. Melt 2 tablespoons unsalted

butter in medium saucepan over

medium-high heat. Add shallots, 1

tablespoon tomato paste, and 2

teaspoons sugar.

 

19. Cook, stirring frequently, until

deep brown, about 5 minutes.

 

20. Add garlic and cook until fragrant,

about 1 minute.

 

21. Add 2 cups beef broth, 1 cup red

wine, ¼ cup orange juice, 2

tablespoons balsamic vinegar, 1

tablespoon Worcestershire, and 1

sprig fresh thyme, scraping up

any browned bits.

 

22. Bring to simmer and cook until

reduced to 1 cup, 35 to 40

minutes.

 

23. Strain sauce through fine-mesh

strainer and return to saucepan.

 

24. Return saucepan to medium heat

and whisk in remaining 4

tablespoons butter, 1 tablespoon

at a time. Season with salt and

pepper to taste. Keep sauce

warm.

 

25. When roast reaches desired

temperature, transfer it to carving

board and let rest for 30 minutes.

 

26. Remove twine and slice meat into

1/2-inch-thick slices. Serve,

passing sauce separately.


 

TOTAL TIME: 2 hours

 

MAKES: 10 to 12 servings

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