Delicious and elegant roast duck, basted and stuffed with crimson colored blood oranges and fresh sage, and served with a citrus-sage and Lillet reduction sauce. An easy-to-follow roast duck recipe – and a super delicious way to say goodbye to summer and hello to beautiful fall.When you think of roast duck, especially with a fruity […]
White and black sesame encrusted seared tuna steaks, topped with butter, sliced, and served alongside tender samphire greens.This is a very quick and easy version of tuna to whip up. No muss, no fuss. Grill seared on each sesame encrusted side for 3 minutes, these tuna steaks will be ready lickety-split.
Nothing tricky about this pork and grilled cheese sandwich; just simple and incredibly delicious Italian ingredients. Porchetta and smoked scamorza on golden crusty ciabatta bread, stuffed with caramelized Vidalia onions.
And as the perfect chaser to each and every bite, pickled pepperoncini.
Heirloom Tomato and Burrata Salad with Garlic Blossoms and Basil. As beautiful to look at as it is delicious to share as a meal for two or an appetizer for four.
Steak is king of the grill during summer and our Grilled Marinated Skirt Steak with Mustard Greens Pesto does not disappoint. No siree, Bob. A peppery, bright colored mustard greens pesto, with toasted pine nuts and garlic, is an excellent tasting sauce to accompany the beefy flavors of grilled skirt steak.
Make this simple and delicious Goat Cheese Quiche with Upland Cress. Trust me on this one. With merely a handful of classic quiche ingredients, you’ll come to love these as the Quiche Fab-Five:
Organic free range eggs, shallots in dry vermouth, goat cheese, peppery cress, baked in a lovingly prepared duck fat and […]
Simple boiled lobster poached in a court bouillon of aromatic vegetables and herbs, and tarted up with Saint Germain, a deliciously fragrant elderflower liqueur.
Oh, boy, summertime is positively lobster time.
An indulgent brunch of Poached Eggs with Creamed Zucchini, Asparagus and Hollandaise Sauce on toasted pumpernickel bread ticks all the boxes. Throw in a crisp glass of Sancerre, referred to as a brunch friendly French white wine.
Why all the fuss?
Because, darn it, brunch matters.