Blog Archives for tag white wine

‘Chicken with Tarragon & Vermouth’

Fresh tarragon is not only a lovely flavor pairing for seafood, but also chicken. With its natural anise-flavor, a little… Continue reading »

Veal Chops with Wild Mushrooms & Herbs

When I see veal chops at our local market, it’s a done deal.  Similar in appearance to a thick-cut, bone-in… Continue reading »

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 »

‘Poulet Chasseur’

You can never go wrong with serving a classic French chicken dish like this one.  Fresh herbs, tender chicken, sliced… Continue reading »

Orange-Basil Butter Salmon

I adore this orange-infused sauce—a quick saute of shallots, sliced garlic and orange zest flavored with some fresh orange juice… Continue reading »

‘Striped Bass en Brodo’

Cooking anything en brodo simply means you are cooking it in a flavorful broth.  In Italy, this type of cooking is… 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 »

‘Tarragon Chicken’

One of my favorite ways to use fresh tarragon is in a creamy sauce like this one.  This type of… Continue reading »

‘Braised Endive’

This is a fabulously simple (and fabulously French) way to cook Belgian endives, leeks or fennel.  A quick braise in… Continue reading »

Garden Green Beans with Yellow Peppers & Hazelnuts

Any green bean variety will do for this colorful side dish–green beans from your vegetable garden, the thinner French green… Continue reading »