Blog Archives for tag fresh oregano

Halibut Veracruz

One of the most famous dishes to come out of the port city of Veracruz, Mexico is Snapper Veracruz.  Flaky red… Continue reading »

‘Spanish-Style Roasted Potatoes’

These are no ordinary roasted potatoes! No siree. These perfectly roasted gems are flavored with a fragrant combination of fresh… Continue reading »

‘Fennel ‘Confit’ with Grilled Lamb’

The culinary term ‘confit’ comes from the French verb confire which means ‘to preserve.’  It involves slowly cooking food, surrounded by… Continue reading »

‘Snapper with Oregano’

When you have a superb piece of fish like this wild red snapper, you don’t need to do much to… Continue reading »

Baked Chicken Florentine Meatballs with Cannellini Beans

Who doesn’t love a meatball? (Especially ones served in a pot of rich, flavorful marinara sauce…)  I like to use… Continue reading »

Kalamata Olive & Pine Nut-Crusted Rainbow Trout

Everything about this dish is inspired by classic flavors from the Mediterranean.  Flaky trout fillets are coated in a topping… Continue reading »

‘Zucchini-Pesto Lasagne’

One of my all time favorite cookbooks is The Herb Society of America’s Essential Guide to Growing and Cooking with… Continue reading »

‘Chicken & Poblano Stew’

Amazingly flavorful, this chicken and roasted poblano stew relies on few ingredients, but ingredients that all really pack a punch… Continue reading »

Roast Leg of Lamb with Lemon, Oregano & Olives

Slow-roasting a leg of lamb is a wonderful idea this time of year.  A perfect entree for Easter weekend, roasting… Continue reading »

Fennel-Rubbed Pork Roast with Tomato-Olive Ragu

Pork and fennel are a match made in culinary heaven.  For this pork roast recipe, I put an Italian flare… Continue reading »