Blog Archives for tag fresh sage

White Wine-Braised Leeks with Gruyere

You are probably familiar with leeks as a mild member of the onion family (most commonly used in soups) that… Continue reading »

Turkey with Garlic, Sage, Preserved Lemon & Ras el Hanout

In honor of Turkey Day this week, I wanted to share a not-so-traditional recipe for turkey that I think you… Continue reading »

Butter, Sage & Orange Roast Chicken

This supremely fragrant compound butter is a wonderful accompaniment not only to a roast chicken, but your Holiday turkey as… 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 »

Radicchio & Walnut Salad with Golden Raisins and Sage Vinaigrette

The key to this salad is to not overdress it with the homemade vinaigrette–that way, each bite of the bitter… Continue reading »

Prosciutto-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin with Goat Cheese & Olive Tapenade

With thinly sliced prosciutto, goat cheese and a jar of store-bought olive tapenade in the fridge, I started to think… Continue reading »

Saltimbocca

Simple in its ingredients and preparation, yet anything-but-simple in its taste, Saltimbocca is as classic as Italian dishes get.  Simply… Continue reading »

Fennel & Sage-Rubbed Pork with Tuscan Kale & Pancetta Sauté

The naturally mild flavor of pork allows it to stand up well to bold flavorings.  On that note, some of… Continue reading »

Red Cabbage & Walnut Salad

When most people think of French food, they think of rich, cream-based dishes or heavy sauces. While this can be true… Continue reading »

Seared Pork Tenderloin with Garlic-Sage Sauce

One of my favorite pairings for fragrant fresh sage leaves is that of pork.  Because of the strength of sage… Continue reading »