A one-pot dinner in which pork chops are baked with ancho chiles, onion, corn, herbs, and orange and lime juice. Mmmmm.
The vegetables in this dish are cooked together until soft and yielding, just as grandmother once did. Funny how the results taste fantastically modern.
What’s that? You don’t know what a Delmonico steak is? It’s essentially just another name for essentially a rib-eye. But you better try it, just to be sure.
Rum, chocolate, honey, and butter. You’ll be glad you made a big batch when you start to see how quickly they disappear.
This authentic version of Senate bean soup draws on ham hocks and navy beans for its everyday comfort food goodness. Heirloom beans make it even better.
Cheese on cheese makes for a pretty unanimous crowd-pleaser if you ask us. And no complaints that it can be made in advance.
These buttery French crepes from Delmonico’s are literally bubbling over with flavor from candied orange peel, Grand Marnier, and orange juice.
Salmon makes an easy, elegant entree when it’s swimming in a martini-inspired sauce. Hiccup.
This is one of those recipes that oughtta come with the kitchen equivalent of an “Explicit Lyrics” label. Wowsa this torte is wicked!
Mimolette is a French cheese similar to Gouda and pairs very nicely with apples and dried cranberries in this galette–a fancy name for a French tart.
Lamb burgers are juicy, tender, and filled with flavor from herbs and spices. The lamb burgers are served on sourdough bread with feta cheese on top.
Whisper thin shaved fennel lends a delicate anise flavor to this simple yet sophisticated salad.
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