This is another recipe that came from a cooking class with my fiends at Truffle Shuffle. You can cut the paste in different width – linguine, pappardelle.
This recipe came from a cooking class organized my fiends at Truffle Shuffle. Chef Suzette Gresham from the two Michelin stars restaurant Acquerello in San Francisco taught this great recipe. You can watch a recording of the entire class.
As I promised in the original risotto post the possibilities are endless. And English peas are one of my favorite ingredients – a great way to celebrate spring.
May be the only upshot of being stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic is the opportunity to cook more at home. We were supposed to have a dinner party last night which didn’t happen but we still decided to dine in style.
English peas are one of my favorite spring / summer ingredients. This is another way to enjoy them beside the English peas puree and chilled English peas soup.
We fell in love with caviar in the now defunct San Francisco restaurant Jardiniere. It had the best caviar service, and what we do at home is very much an imitation / homage to Jardiniere. Btw, the best caviar service in town is currently at Spruce.
As I promised in the original risotto post the possibilities are endless. Truffle risotto is one luxurious and indulgent dish, and risotto is one of the best ways to highlight truffles. This recipe was developed by my friends at Truffle Shuffle, and they have a wonderful video of the whole process on their web site.
Winter is truffle season, and this dish is a celebration of truffles. They can turn a mundane ingredient such as chicken into something special and festive.
Ok, this is definitely not your grandmother’s gravy. Hedonistic, decadent or 1% doesn’t even begin to describe this recipe… because you are not just shaving half an ounce of white truffles on top of something but you are using a whole pound of solid white truffles for the base of the gravy. Both the recipes…
Slowly braised stews are my favorite kind of dish, and fall / winter is the season for them. Coq au vin is a French bistro classic – it is both be homey and comforting, and sophisticated. Stews are best a day old. If serving at a dinner party – you can cook it the day…