This month’s Wine Night party found us celebrating one of the best wines I’ve ever sipped. A Barolo from Italy. Barolo wines are derived from the Nebbiolo grape and are produced in Italy’s Piedmont region. Nebbiolo is a black-skinned red wine grape variety most famous for creating the ‘tar and roses’ scent that is prominent in Barolo wines. This
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Slather one pork tenderoloin (1 pound) generously with Dijon mustard. Take a healthy scoop each of whole coriander seeds and whole black peppercorns and run them through a spice grinder just to break them up and press them onto the pork. In an oven-proof fry pan (I used my cast iron) brown tenderloin in a small
Slow cooked braised chicken recipes are quickly becoming a favorite cold weather dish in our house and this tarragon version didn’t disappoint. So savory and melt in your mouth delicious. Let’s take a look.
Looking for a Thanksgiving Cocktail recipe to serve your guests? How about a Pumpkin Pie Martini.
I have to admit my fearless kitchen attitude suddenly turns fraidy cat when it comes to Indian food. Even with two Madhur Jaffray cookbooks in my possession, I just don’t prepare it much.
My mom put Potato Soup on the dinner table at least once a week while I was growing up. Simple with ingredients, and so big on flavor, it’s definitely towards the top of my comfort food list. I make it on a regular basis also, but never seem to think it taskes as good as
I saw this shrimp salad recipe on Sam’s blog on Thursday morning and it was on our dinner table Thursday evening. Or at least a similar version was on our table.
I had a crisper drawer full of chile peppers from various September and October CSA deliveries. The jalapeno’s had kept their brilliant green color, a few other varieties had turned a bright red, a couple had taken on an orange hue and some were gold and yellow. I threw them all on a baking sheet,