Crushed Baby Potatoes - Kevin Dundon. This recipe can be adapted to use leftover baby potatoes. Don’t overcrush them – they need just a gentle pressing because you don’t want the contents to burst from the skins. Serves 4–6 1kg (2lb 4oz) baby potatoes 4–5 garlic cloves, unpeeled 70g (5 tbsp) butter 1 tbsp chopped rosemary 1 tbsp chopped flat leaf parsley Salt and black pepper 30g (1⁄3cup) grated Parmesan cheese (optional) Preheat the oven to 180ºC/350ºF/gas mark 4.
Place the potatoes into a saucepan of lightly salted boiling water, add the garlic cloves and cook for 18–20 minutes until softened. Drain and place the potatoes and garlic in separate bowls. Gently crush the potatoes with a potato masher and set aside for a moment. Lamb kebabs & Greek salad recipe.
Skewer your meat and griddle to your preference and serve with a healthy salad of tomatoes, olives and feta Difficulty and servings Serves 4 Preparation and cooking times Prep 20 mins Cook 10 mins plus marinating Mix the lemon juice, olive oil and garlic in a mixing bowl. 495 kcalories, protein 38g, carbohydrate 5g, fat 36 g, saturated fat 16g, fibre 2g, sugar 4g, salt 2.2 g Recipe from Good Food magazine, June 2012 .
Want to share this recipe with your family and friends? Bookmark & share. Food - Recipes : Meatballs in gravy. Provençal Red Wine Daube Recipe - Patricia Wells. BBC Food - Recipes - Pork fillet with honey and ginger. BBC Food - Recipes - Pork fillet with honey and ginger. Ragu alla Bolognese – Authentic recipe | Culinaria Italia - Italian Food and Cooking. In truth there probably isn’t one authentic recipe for Ragu alla Bolognese, but this one is close enough. There are however countless inauthentic ones. It bears little or no resemblance to the dish known as Bolognese or Bolognaise found outside of Italy.
It is also never served with Spaghetti! On October 17, 1982, the Bolognese chapter of the Accademia Italiana della Cucina, “after having carried out long and laborious investigations and conducted studies and research”, announced the following recipe to be the official one. I’m sure that every family in Emilia Romagna has their own version though. Bolognese finished dish This is a more detailed explanation of the dish from Bologna Cooking School A ragu Bolognese style is a meat sauce that is slow simmered for at least an hour to develop a complex flavor and proper thickness. Like this: Like Loading... The Best Homemade Blackberry Brandy Recipe. All About Blackberries Blackberries (Rubus fruticosus) are a perennial shrub covered with thorns. and are known as brambles. They are native to Europe, but are found in growing wild in the North America. They are also grown on a commercial scale in the U.S.
In the wild, blackberries are found in hedgerows, along roadsides, and in fields that have been allowed to become overgrown. Blackberry season lasts from June to September. The berries have a short shelf life, so plan to use them quickly. They will keep in a refrigerator for a few days. The berry is formed by a collection of droplets that are attached to a central stem.
Blackberry Brandy - Easier Than Pie! Like many fruits and berries, blackberries have a pretty short season. Making your own blackberry brandy is easier than making a blackberry pie! Warning: When picking wild berries, make sure you get them from a place that has not been sprayed with weed killers or pesticides! An Old Timer's Blackberry Brandy. Chicken Piccata Recipe. Chicken Piccata Recipe Chicken Piccata is a classic Italian dish that makes cooking chicken nearly foolproof. Slicing and then flattening the breasts into fast-cooking cutlets (thin slices that are dredged in flour, also called escalopes or scallopini) virtually eliminates the chances of serving undercooked chicken, while also helping ensure you don't overcook it, because once it's browned, it's done. The simple, tangy sauce is pretty heavenly, too! This recipe calls for sweet onions, some of the more common varietes of which include the Vidalia (from Georgia), Imperial (from California), Walla Walla (from Washington) and Maui (from Hawaii).
Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 25 minutes Ingredients: Preparation: Squeeze the juice out of one of the lemons and set the juice aside. NOTE: Any dry white wine, such as vermouth, or even chablis or chardonnay, may be substituted for the sherry. Curry and beer, Co Louth style | Holy Mackerel. Curry and beer – such a very British combination eh? Makes me think of bald heads bent over bowls of steaming vindaloo, pints of pee-yellow lager at the ready to quench the ensuing fire before bobbing out of the formica-tabled Indian curry house and stumbling back onto the streets of Bradford or Brick Lane.
Can you smell that picture? But of course there’s more to beer than fizzy lager, as we are discovering now more than ever with the recent revolution of Irish craft beers. And there’s more to Indian food than famously hot vindaloo from southern Goa or roganjosh from Kashmir which straddles India, Pakistan and China and from where much of what defined ‘Indian’ cooking in British culture originates. Last weekend I went to the unlikely location of Ardee, Co Louth to learn more about the kind of cooking you might find on the streets and in the homes of Bangladesh. Comeragh Challenger Clogherhead octopus marinating in Asian spices The makings of Ma Chanda's chicken curry (The ingredients? Grilled Foie Gras with Roasted Pears and Spice Syrup with Sauternes Jelly.
Recipe Although I usually sear foie gras, grilling has its own advantages. The foie gras comes out exquisitely soft, so that it melts in your mouth. Here, the Sauternes jelly and the roasted pears contribute another dimension of softness. Yield : 4 Appetizer Servings Ingredients Sauternes Jelly: 1 cup Sauternes wine1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin Roasted Pears and Syrup: 1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise1 cup water½ cup sugar½ red jalapeno chile, halved1 tablespoon freshly ground star anise¾ teaspoon freshly ground Ceylon cinnamon2 Anjou pears, peeled 4½-inch-thick slices grade A foie gras (about 4 ounces each)Fleur de sel and freshly ground pepper2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil Directions For The Sauternes Jelly: Place the Sauternes wine in a heavy small saucepan.
For The Roasted Pears And Syrup: Scrape the seeds from the vanilla bean into a heavy medium saucepan; add the bean. To Finish And Serve: Sprinkle the foie gras with fleur de sel and pepper. Notes © 2005 Ludovic Lefebvre. La Londe Wine Festival: A Taste of Provence - Vino Vagabonds. Burgundy Wine Guide: History & Variety. Perfect place to stay in Southern Rhone/Provance - Mas du Clos d. We feel very lucky to have found such a wonderful place to stay. Our studio was very pretty, fresh and immaculately clean, quiet, private, and very well equipped.
We were actually quite ill when we arrived, and our hosts could not have been kinder or more helpful with this - no one likes to be sick on vacation, but it happens, and Charles and Andree...More We feel very lucky to have found such a wonderful place to stay. Our studio was very pretty, fresh and immaculately clean, quiet, private, and very well equipped. We were actually quite ill when we arrived, and our hosts could not have been kinder or more helpful with this - no one likes to be sick on vacation, but it happens, and Charles and Andree were unflappable. Once we'd recovered, we found we were in an excellent location to explore and enjoy the area. It's quite a short drive to any number of major "sites" and towns and cities, and hundreds of extraordinary villages and wineries in this very beautiful part of France. Hotel Montmirial. Review and opinion results for "montmirail gigondas" Hotel Review – Gigondas, France This is one of our favourite places to spend 2 or 3 days when we visit Provence.
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Clos Mireille – Domaines Ott at provencefoodandwine.com - Good eating and drinking in Provence. Tuesday, November 15th, 2011 Route du Fort de Brégancon La Londe-les-Maures 04 94 01 53 53www.domaines-ott.com NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY You too might look as cheerful as Jean-François Ott if your trio of family wine estates included Clos Mireille, a glorious place running down to the Mediterranean close to the Fort de Brégançon (where the President of the French Republic has his summer home). Not too many wine producers can claim to be hard at work while strolling to the beach.
With extensive buildings and 40 hectares of vines on a 140-hectare domaine, Clos Mireille has been in the Domaines Ott portfolio through several generations, together with Chateau de la Selle (also in Côtes de Provence) and Château Romassan (in Bandol). The purchase of a 60% share in the company by Roederer Wine Estates in 2004 has brought its classy wines in their traditional, curvy bottles into much wider distribution while also helping to main high standards.
Leave a Reply. How to make the perfect saag paneer. Choosing from a menu is never straightforward where I'm concerned – I'm always worried I'm going to make the wrong choice, and miss out on something I'll never get the chance to try again. But as soon as I sink into the soft flock cushions favoured by British Indian restaurants of the old school, all such worries melt away – I know exactly what I'm going to have. Inevitably it's a spicy lamb curry from the chef's specials, with tarka dal and saag paneer, accompanied by a plain naan, ideally one the size of the napkin. Now, I can make some pretty decent lamb curries, even if I sometimes have difficulty identifying one, and I'm a dab hand at dal, yet the simplest dish – fried spinach and fresh cheese – has proved a remarkably tough nut to crack. Nothing I've tried has come close to matching up to the garlicky, greasy greens served in the humblest of curry houses; nice, sure, but not the kind of dish you'd go back to like a woman obsessed.
The greens Cheese Spices and flavourings Dairy. Wineries in the Cotes de Provence. - Vino Vagabonds. We’ve spent the last few weeks exploring and tasting at multiple wineries in La Londe, the nearest wine region to us in the South of France. It’s a sub-appellation within the larger Côtes de Provence region, and while small in terms of overall production, La Londe boasts lots of grand chateaus, delicious wines and gorgeous vineyards. En Route to the Wineries! Here’s a list of our favorite wineries to visit, and also some places we’d avoid: Nearly everyone we talked to about wine tasting raved about this place, so obviously we had to visit and give it a try ourselves.
Thank goodness for those recommendations! This chateau made the best wines we’ve tasted in the area yet, and thanks to the knowledgeable, bilingual staff, it was our favorite tasting so far too! Beautiful Chateau Malherbe They use solely estate fruit and make just 5000 cases per year with sole distribution in France (unfortunately). Delicious wine at Chateau Malherbe The Lineup at Chateau Bregancon 2006 Hermann Sabran Fill'er Up! De feathering a Pheasant. Tooth fairy quantum mechanics | Jon Butterworth | Life & Physics | Science.
I do sometimes get asked "If you've found a Higgs boson, can you show me a picture of it? " Unfortunately, the answer is no. But the reason for this provides a resolution to a severe parental dilemma, and explains why I am in fact sometimes the tooth fairy. Bear with me. I can't show you something which is definitely the new boson, but I can show evidence for it, for example in the picture below. It shows the distribution (black circles) of the mass you get when you combine the energy and momenta of pairs of photons (particles of light) in the ATLAS detector. The bump shows that there are more of these photon pairs at masses corresponding to around 125 GeV than would be expected from the trend. This excess implies the existence of a particle at about this mass which decays to pairs of photons. In fact, even with a perfect detector, some of that background would remain.
Now, to the parental dilemma. Do you spoil the fun or do you lie? Here's my way out. Maybe. Happy Christmas. Austria map - Google Maps. Foie gras with poached pear and red onion marmalade recipe. How to make foie gras with poached pear and red onion marmalade 1. Peel the pears and put them into a small saucepan. Cover with cold water. Add the lemon juice and bring to a gentle simmer. Cook until the pears are tender. Drain and set aside. 2. 3. 4. 5. Please note this recipe is the contestant's own and has not been tested professionally. Foie Gras Toasts with Greens and Verjus Port Glaze Recipe at Epicurious. Photo by Richard Gerhard Jung yield Makes 12 servings active time 1 hr total time 1 hr These toasts are also delicious without the foie gras or with a slice of country pâté substituted for the foie gras. For Port glaze 2/3 cup white verjus (juice of unripe fruits, primarily grapes) or 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1/2 cup Tawny Port 3 tablespoons sugar For vinaigrette and salad 1 1/2 tablespoons Sherry vinegar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon black pepper 3 tablespoons pure walnut oil 1 lb frisée (pale leafy parts only), torn into small sprigs (6 cups) 1 lb Belgian endives (3 or 4), trimmed and cut crosswise into 1/4-inch-thick slices (3 cups) 1/2 lb radicchio, halved lengthwise, cores and coarse center ribs discarded and leaves torn into bite-size pieces (3 cups) For foie gras toasts 12 (1/2-inch-thick) slices pain de mie, Pullman loaf, or firm white sandwich bread, crusts discarded 1 lb chilled foie gras terrine, unmolded if necessary Fleur de sel or kosher salt to taste Preparation.
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