Sous vide can be a useful tool. Just don’t overuse it.
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I know, this should have been done in March. But trust me, this dish is worth the wait. It is easily the best offal dish I’ve ever made. I used to like gizzards. Now I love them!
Sharptail grouse is strong-tasting, but I love it, especially when paired with flavors from the prairie where it lives: Wheat, sunflower seeds, wild onion and a rose hip glaze.
After months of struggling with NOMA, the cookbook from the Danish restaurant considered to be the best in the world, I finally get it. Food is about time, and place. And meaning.
Thank Holly for the name of this dish: Cheek by Jowl. Braised wild boar cheek served with fresh spring veggies, a saffron cream sauce, and crispy pork jowl.
Think of this as a Scandinavian summertime dish: Gently poached salmon served simply, with a mixture of sour cream, horseradish and dill. Perfect with little fingerling potatoes. Simple, but seriously good.
If this dish looks fancy, that’s because it is. I make no apologies on this one. That said, it is not terribly difficult to pull together if you follow the recipe. I created this dish for a duck hunter’s dinner in mid-winter, and I wanted to highlight the winter veggies available: Butternut squash, jerusalem artichokes
Just because you’ve skinned and breasted your doves does not mean you can’t make beautiful food with them. This is a Spanish-inspired food