Blog Archives for tag white wine

‘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 »

Sockeye Salmon with Oranges & Olives

This fragrant baked salmon dish uses both the zest of a sweet orange and its juice.  The chopped orange zest… 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 »

Grilled Balsamic Lamb Chops with Chives

A pantry item that everyone should always have on hand is thick, syrupy balsamic glaze. Wonderful drizzled onto roasted vegetables… Continue reading »

Carrot & Orange Soup

I always have a big bag of carrots in the fridge–whether to eat with a bit of hummus as a… Continue reading »

Sautéed Brussels Sprouts with Pomegranate Vinaigrette & Pistachios

Craving the tart, sweet ‘pop’ of pomegranate seeds, I decided to pair them with quartered, sautéed Brussels sprouts, salty roasted… Continue reading »

‘Braised Veal with Bacon-Parmesan Crumbs’

I can never pass up buying gorgeous osso buco when I see them.  The cross-cut veal shanks have a marrow bone… Continue reading »