Fois-gras is always something I look forward to! And along the way, I’ve found a few things you can do to make the experience even more pleasurable. Fois-gras is a delicacy that carries quite a bit of controversy. More proof to that is the recent ban enacted in Chicago. “Fortunately, as I understand it, this is limited to restaurants, but still!” How can someone decide what I can and can not relish in? This is too unfathomable. At least you can still enjoy it at home.
Archive | May, 2006
I’m very excited to be hosting the hundredth and one edition of the the Carnival of the Recipes (due July 22). The theme is going to be about recipes using tomatoes as one of their main ingredients. For full details, see the the main page for this Carnival. Do not hesitate to submit early. I’ll […]
When I was a kid, back when I lived in France, the only time when I would have Celery Root Remoulade (pronounce “ray-moo-lad”) would be at the school “cantine” (that’s french for Cafeteria). My mom never made that dish, and I was always looking forward to have some when the school would serve it.
Don’t you love salads? Ever tried Arugula? Arugula is a very tasty treat. Arugula, also known as roquette in Europe, is not a lettuce, but an herb, and is a member of the mustard family. If you can not find any, it is quite easy to grow yourself. If you really can’t find any, you could replace it with red leaves lettuce.
Love Asparagus? Here’s an easy to do recipe, and you’ll get lots of satisfied fans for it.
Besides being very tasty, one of the nice thing about this recipe is that you can prepare things ahead of time and put the pan in the broiler 5 minutes before serving