A clean-flavored ice cream laced with Armagnac is a perfect companion to fall fruits like plums, prunes, pears, and figs but adds a nice finish to summer meals.
Braised rabbit, a staple in many cultures, is made by searing rabbit pieces then slowing braising them in a vegetable-rich, wine-laced liquid. Can’t fathom eating Bugs Bunny? Use chicken instead.
Heirloom tomatoes–both red and yellow–and salad greens add layers of color and flavor to this terrine filled with silky, garlicky goat cheese.
The natural sweetness of the scallops is perfectly offset by the tartness of fruit-vinegar glaze. This scallop recipe is delicious and simple to prepare.
Sassy and tangy, these fried shrimp are doused with plenty of lemon juice and a large pinch of fresh chopped dill. Get in line is all we have to say.
This stew’s flavor comes not only from the chicken pieces but also from sauteed chicken livers. Smoked bacon and onion give it an depth of taste.
This risotto, straight from Rome, gets its flavor and color from cooked spinach, arugula and spinach. Its smoothness is a product of butter, cream, and cheese.
Nothing could be simpler than a dish of Swiss chard tossed in garlic-infused olive oil and sprinkled with salt and pepper on top. Fast, easy, elegant.
In this French salad, wonderfully earthy tasting goat cheese mixes beautifully with really fresh salad leaves, crunchy walnuts, and good, spicy olives.
Cod is scented with rosemary tucked under the skin and is accompanied by mashed rutabaga infused with vanilla. Rosemary cod makes an ideal light lunch.
This stunning prime rib roast boasts an intricate interplay of sweet and sour and spice that’s marvelously medieval, not to mention deeply satisfying.
Layers of smooth coffee buttercream alternate with crunchy discs of hazelnut meringue that soften slightly when the cake is allowed to stand. Delicious.
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