Stir-fry. It is easy, quick and once you know a few tricks you can create so many variations to enjoy all fresh ingredients or anything in your refrigerator. Broccoli Beef could be your favorite at one of your favorite Chinese restaurant or take out places. Continue reading
Cover the skins of the turkey with olive oil. Basting with olive oil to assure the crispy skins during the roasing. I have used sage and thyme in the gravy. Salt preserved lemon certainly gave a good citrus flavor and paired well with herbs.
Stuff sweet peppers with any white fish meat cooked with cream and bake them with tomato sauce. It takes a bit of steps to prepare them but you can make a head of time and stick them in the oven right before cold wine is ready!
When you have fresh whole shrimp, as always the simplicity is the best. Cut in half, sprinkle with chopped garlic, E.V.O.O. and salt, and bake them. The secret is not to over cook them. Yes, a glass of …..
Steam fried Shrimp and Asparagus.
1/2 bundle Asparagus
5 twigs Thyme
1 clove Garlic
2 T White Wine Continue reading
Chili Shrimp. The recipe seems long but it is really simple and easy.
Marinating liquid for Shrimp
1/2 T Sake
1 Egg white
1 t Potato starch Continue reading
Bagna cauda is a great way to enjoy variety of vegetables including radishes and summer squashes. A glass of white wine would add excitements to the conversation. Here is a simple and easy but great sauce recipe. Continue reading
Freshly caught Salmon is best cooked simple, with salt, pepper and olive oil. Dill matches well. $25 for two.
Beef Stew Gratin: A lot of vegetables, Carrots, Onion, especially Celery make this beef stew light and flavorful. Grilled with cheese at the end adds a touch. $15