I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read the email from Roz over at La Bella Vita Cucina, asking if I’d write a guest post for her while she traveled. What an honor. I said yes and immediately started planning what to cook. I knew for sure that I wanted a recipe that would reflect our Western culture. After scouring my database, I landed on this roasted Colorado Lamb Chops dish from Restaurant Kevin Taylor, one of Colorado’s most prestigious restaurants. The recipe is showcased in the new cookbook, Tasting Colorado.
The star of this dish is the sultry flavored wine sauce that surrounds the creamy white beans. The roasted lamb is nestled on top and the three flavors come together in an astounding way. It’s a surprisingly easy for such an elegant dish. Before you head over to Roz’s blog for the recipe, let’s learn a little bit about our host.
Roz lives in the beautiful Carolina’s on a peaceful country acreage surrounded by amazing natural beauty. She’s Italian from a long line of passionate cooks and gardeners. She’s a college professor with a hungry husband and family to try new recipes on. Her acreage is complete with ten animals to play with, and veggie and flower gardens to tend. Along with being a culinary enthusiast and gardener, she’s a quilter, equestrian, frequent traveler and lover of life and beauty. Thus the name “La Bella Vita Cucina”.
Amongst the sea of food blogs available for us to read, I’m so glad I found La Bella Vita Cucina. You should take a close look at her site, as Roz will inspire you to welcome more beauty and deliciousness into your life.