They really throw us off with all the different names of fish. I’ll let your mind wonder with that one. What we have found in the house is that we are fans of Ono, or Wahoo, or what ever else it is called. Great grilled and can handle an interesting sauce such as the one… Continue reading Wahoo for Ono – Unreal Sauce
This cookbook has a great concept. Have your kitchen staff bring in their own home recipes, include meals for the staff from the owners/chefs, and make a cookbook out of it. It’s called Staff Meals and is from one of New York’s top restaurants that had a 30 year run from 1979 to 2009 –… Continue reading This is not the Pork Chop recipe you’re looking for.
Cod was defrosted in the fridge and I decided to do a recipe that caught my eye but the fish used in the recipe is Pompano. Being on the West Coast, it’s a fish we rarely see. I knew Cod might be a little strong for the recipe but decided to give it a go.… Continue reading Cod is not always the best substitute
What a great use of the leftover ham. We never have ham in the house besides the Holidays. This was fun and the kidos digged it. We used gruyere cheese and served Bonne Maman Four Fruits Preserve with the chicken. Awesome addition. I couldn’t figure out what they were getting at in the instructions regarding… Continue reading Leftover Easter Ham – Chicken Cordon Bleu
Another rack. Another great recipe. Another alternative universe? Rack of Lamb, Mashed Potato, Carrot Slaw. This could be the next biggest thing since bovine billboards attacking the chicken industry tongue and cheek… It could take America by storm…It’s that good and so much more…and a possible promising new paradigm for Americans. This could be the… Continue reading We all love racks of Lamb
This is from the cookbook the Complete Robuchon. A massive collection of recipes from one of the top French Chefs in the world – Joel Robuchon Robuchon labeled his book for the home cook, which I whole heartily agree he achieves, but then comes in the Rub. A lot of his dishes in this book… Continue reading Lamb Tagine – Leg of Lamb
Do salads really need pictures? This was my first salad I’ve ever made. Seriously…and it was a damn mighty fine one. Vinagrette from scratch – check Julienned carrots – check Sliced celery – check Kalamata Olives, Goat Cheese, chopped fresh tomatoes, roasted pumpkin seeds – check, check, check and check Grilled shrimp to go on… Continue reading Grilled Shrimp Salad