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Table 26°

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(Left to Right) Ed Schmidt, Jo Polowy, David Ahbol, Ozzie Medeiros, Steven Polowy (front)

(Left to Right) Ed Schmidt, Jo Polowy, David Ahbol, Ozzie Medeiros, Steven Polowy (front)

Table 26’s atmosphere and menu carries you to a warm and welcoming place with their exceptionally delicious comfort food dishes. Owners, Eddie and Ozzie, purposely chose West Palm Beach in the heart of the historical Mango Promenade district.  Leading their culinary team is Chef Steven Polowy who personally holds a deep passion for the freshest and finest food.  Whenever possible he utilizes local farms to ensure the freshness of all produce offerings. Chef Steven is known for taking traditional comfort food and adding surprising twists.

I was very excited to see the Chef’s salad offering.  Staying true to the flavors of fall, he created an exciting combination of squash, cranberries and turkey – a blend that immediately took me to happy days of holidays past.  This salad is a great option for those trying to stay trim as the Chef removed the traditional additions of heavy cheese and fried croutons and instead offered a healthy preparation of the squash providing high doses of natural fiber and carotenoids, shown to protect against heart disease.

Turkey Terrific  Salad

If you think this salad sounds amazing, you should check out what other fabulous offerings are on the menu at www.table26palmbeach.com

Originally printed in Palm Beach Woman Magazine.

Author: Debra K

I believe we all have the right to enjoy incredible looking and tasting cuisine.

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