Blog Archives for tag sherry vinegar

Baked Flounder with Walnut Romesco & Fried Capers

A Romesco sauce is a classic Spanish sauce predominately served with fish, that is a puree of roasted red pepper, raw… Continue reading »

‘Maple-Bacon-Tarragon Dressing’

In a recent issue of Cooking Light magazine there was a page of homemade dressing ideas that would work on… Continue reading »

‘Radicchio & Plum Salad’

The purple-on-purple color presentation in this salad is stunning! What else is stunning is the crispy bacon, the briny olives… Continue reading »

‘Roasted Celery & Garlic Soup with Crispy Prosciutto’

This incredibly smooth and satisfying soup has two unique ingredients: celery seeds and sherry vinegar. Both of which are added… Continue reading »

Parmesan Parsnips with Sage & Pecans

A great way to liven up any steamed veggies is with cheese, crunchy nuts and fresh herbs. Take this simple… Continue reading »

‘Honey-Cumin Roasted Carrots’

Further evidence that carrots really don’t need much to make them shine.  Roasting any vegetable, especially root vegetables, really brings… Continue reading »

Curly Endive & Orange Salad with Toasted Pine Nuts

When served raw, bitter greens pair wonderfully with a touch of something sweet—more specifically, the naturally sweet yet tart ‘tang’… Continue reading »

Swiss Chard & Radish Salad with Warm Pancetta Dressing

The beauty of a warm vinaigrette is that when you pour it judiciously over your favorite salad-greens-of-choice, the warmth of… Continue reading »

Orange Bitters Vinaigrette

I’ve been reading a lot lately about bitters.  That small bottle of bitter-tasting, botanical extract used in classic cocktails like… Continue reading »

Herbed Sole with Smoky Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

Sole is a perfect choice for a light dinner idea during these hot months.  A thin, flaky white fish, sole… Continue reading »