At Greenestone we make sure our clients eat the right food during treatment. Our Red Seal Chef teaches clients the difference between hunger and drug-related cues or cravings. Nutrition plays a key role in recovery and we at Greenestone make sure that you don’t miss out on essential nutrients.
Our kitchen staff here at Greenestone Muskoka created a perfect menu harmonising taste and nutrients. Here’s a glance at what is offered from our kitchen to our clients in our treatment programs.
Oysters Rockefeller, Fresh Oyster on a bed of wilted spinach finished with a blistered Hollandaise sauce
Breakfast Omelette served with a side of salad, fruit, hash browns, bacon and sausage
Pan seared entrecote of Ontario beef , mushroom sauce deglaze with black tea. Bouquetiere of market vegetables. Pont-Neuf Potatoes
Pan seared Ontario pork chop, roasted pepper coulis, mini Yukon potatoes and farm fresh vegetables
Mixed green salad tossed with radish, shaved carrots, mixed fruit and sunflower seeds
Brussel sprout salad tossed with raisons and diced shallots topped with almond shavings
Cornish hens served with braised red cabbage, rainbow Swiss chard and a confit of cherry tomatoes with sliced garlic and sweet potato purée
Black pepper strawberries, macerated in canned sugar, fleur de sel, lime and lemon zest. Topped with crème fraiche and a strawberry Brule
Grill beef tenderloin with roasted mini red potato and farm fresh vegetables topped with grilled black tiger shrimp and green peppercorn Demi-glacé
Eggs Benedict with home fries and crispy bacon
Turducken was prepared for Thanksgiving, a Turducken is a small chicken stuffed inside of a duck wrapped stuffed inside of a turkey
Poached Salmon with julien of vegetable on a bed a musculin lettuce