Blog Archives for tag fresh herbs

‘Seared Veal Chops with Peas, Scallions & Pancetta’

Even though all signs point to 6-more weeks of winter weather, that doesn’t mean that we can’t dream of Spring… Continue reading »

‘Baked Herby Carrots’

Just like yesterday’s post, yet another lovely slow-cooked Italian recipe!  I highly recommend the source for both recipes, a cookbook… Continue reading »

‘Creole Court-bouillon’

Court-bouillon is a French culinary term that translates to ‘short broth’; short meaning quick-cooking, this flavorful broth is used to… Continue reading »

‘Grilled Tomatoes with Burrata & Parsley Salad’

The main reason this recipe is works is because of the mixture of textures.  You start with thick, grilled slices… Continue reading »

‘Sauté de Veau Marengo’

This Sauté de Veau Marengo is a classic Provencal veal stew with tomatoes and mushrooms.  What makes this stew Provencal in… Continue reading »

Porcini-Rubbed Turbot with Tarragon

This dried mushroom rub works well not only on fish, but chicken, pork and even seared scallops or firm tofu…. Continue reading »

‘Roasted Parsnip Bread Pudding’

I first made this savory bread pudding recipe for Thanksgiving a few years back.  Everyone was familiar with a sweet,… Continue reading »

Lemony Buttermilk & Parmesan Dressing with Fresh Sage

Even if you don’t have a container of buttermilk in the fridge, did you know you can make buttermilk yourself?… Continue reading »

‘Salmon with Tomato-Anchovy Vinaigrette’

Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum. And did I mention yum?  Anyone for wild salmon fillets baked or grilled until flaky,… Continue reading »

‘Baked Salmon with Citrus Vinaigrette’

Bursting with the taste of fresh citrus and fresh herbs, this simple citrus vinaigrette is the perfect pairing for flaky,… Continue reading »