Spread a thin layer of cream into each shell. Top with half of the reserved berries.
I promise you, this is one sexy mushroom soup. If you do not have access to wild mushrooms, fear not. You can easily use a mix of any mushrooms you can find at the store including button, crimini, portabello, shitake, etc. (Be safe and purchase them. Never forage for wild mushrooms unless you know what you are doing or are with a knowledgeable forager). 2 leeks, well cleaned, split and chopped (white and very light green parts only. Save the tops for stock) kosher salt and freshly ground white pepper ( you can use black pepper if you don’t have white) .
What a wonderful collection of summer recipes! Unfortunately, we haven’t seen summer yet in this part of Canada and this is really affecting my mood. Some of those recipes will bring back a smile to my face, especially the fried zucchini blossoms!! 🙂 .
This savory herb French toast recipe uses chives, thyme, oregano, and coriander. Top it off with a runny fried egg, some bacon, grated parmesan, or mashed avocado, and you’ll want a second helping!
5.0 out of 5 stars Yet another 'quick and easy meal' book. Better than average 'Gourmet Every Day' is 'Gourmet' magazine's entry into the '30 minute meal' / Rachael Ray domain of quick and easy cooking. This is not their first attempt, as they did a 'quick and easy entertaining' book a two or three years ago, which every reviewer correctly pointed out was neither quick nor easy. 'Gourmet' seems to have learned a few things with this book, as, at the very least, these recipes are all pretty easy (Quick depends on your level of kitchen skills).
With an everyday vegetable peeler, you can turn summer’s most ubiquitous squash into wide, pretty ribbons that come to life in a creamy and bright avocado-meets-scallion-and-jalapeño dressing. Plated like pasta… Recipe Marinated Pepper Salad with Cannellini Beans, Couscous, and Olives
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So general rule when it comes to adding salad dressing to the greens; less is more. You can always add more but once you drown it, it’s hard to recover.
I love making a list, plotting everything I’m going to cook with it later in the week. I love checking my pantry just before I go to see if there’s anything I’m running low on, and adding it to the list in addition to my weekly usuals. I love visiting multiple stores (usually Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, my local favorite, Nugget, and maybe once a month, Costco) because I like different things from different stores (there is, for example, no dried pineapple like the Dried Baby Pineapple from Trader Joe’s, no peanut butter as good as the organic unsweetened Whole Foods creamy peanut butter spread, and no ricotta that compares to the Bellwether Farms Whole Milk Basket Ricotta they sell at Nugget. What can I say? I like to have my stuff.
Here's an exciting chicken recipe to serve for lunch or dinner. Great year round, but especially for outdoor spring or summer dining. Diabetic-friendly.
You can read more about these cheeses and how to serve them on my romantic cheese blog post.
We decided to begin our celebration of the season with a roundup of recipes from LTG over the years. Come join the celebration and savor the taste of summer with us!
When it comes to desserts, there are so many great choices available. You just served her an incredibly filling meal with lots of courses so you may decide to go easy on dessert with a few chocolate covered strawberries.
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A Chile Relleno Breakfast Casserole is always a good option! Make it a the beginning of the week and keep the leftovers to reheat all week long!
It was named in honor of French politician, vicomte Francois-Ren de Chateaubriand whose chef, Montmireil, is given credit for inventing it although I’m not sure how anyone can take credit for roasting a piece of meat.
What better way to end a meal than with a campfire dessert? Try one of these recipes out on your next camping trip. 50. Dutch Oven Apple Cobbler Use your Dutch oven to bake this simple apple cobbler over your campsite. You can prepare the cobbler topping at home before your trip, so this dessert comes together with little effort! 51. Banana Boats A favorite of kids and adults alike, banana boats are a camping classic. Check out this post with 9 different topping ideas! 52. Quick and Easy Apple Crisp If you’re short on time, this apple crisp is SO easy and is really an afterthought of a dessert!