Take advantage of fresh herbs this time of year and add fresh thyme to your roasted carrots for a savoury hit.
There is no way the photo does these Sherry Meatballs justice! My dinner companions wanted to drink the sauce that was left over after we ate the meatballs. Continue reading “Sherry Tapas Meatballs”
This Fresh Corn Risotto is a great way to take advantage of corn season. The Salsa requires a lot of different herbs which are also at their peak in corn season so it is a perfect match! Continue reading “Fresh Corn Risotto with Shrimp and Salsa Verde”
Garden fresh peas – nothing like ’em! Remember eating peas fresh out of the garden right from the shell? This salad will bring back those memories because it is only very lightly cooked. Continue reading “Savoury Fresh Pea Salad”
Pimentón Pork bites are infused with garlic and Spanish smoked paprika and grilled on a skewer. Serve with a side of garlic, pepper sauce and it makes for a smokey, tasty tapa. Continue reading “Spanish Pimentón Pork with Mojo Picón”
Don’t let the garlic in this dish scare you off. Once it is roasted it becomes sweet and creamy and not at all pungent.
This recipe uses lamb shoulder chops – one of the most economical ways to get some lamb into your recipe rotation! Continue reading “Lamb Ragù”
A fantastic make-ahead dish that is easy yet elegant enough for a holiday meal. It is meant to sit overnight after you cook it to let the flavor develop. How perfect for an entertaining recipe! Serve this French classic with mashed potatoes or rice. The brandy flambé gives this an additional flavor hit beyond the red wine sauce. Continue reading “Brandied Beef Bourguignon”
This dressing gives a hint of Italian fare to your holiday meal. It is much lighter tasting than the traditional bread, onion, celery, sage combination. There is a bit of wine in the mix which surprisingly adds a bit of liveliness to the dish. Continue reading “Corn Bread Dressing”