I wait all year for rhubarb to come in season–this is the reason (well, one of them). Pairing this sour spring beauty with vanilla and almond is a classic, and for a good reason.
Seared chicken thighs and peas are simmered in a flavorful base of pancetta, garlic, and vermouth, before being topped with Gruyere cheese and baked until golden-brown for a speedy take on a French classic.
These little pies have a warming, aromatic spice from ground ginger and cardamom, and the snappy sweetness of Asian pears for a twist on a classic comfort food.
I can’t contemplate a winter without Beef Bourguingnon. It’s the ultimate winter food. It’s the ultimate comfort food. It’s basically beef stew, a French one at that, but it’s so much more. It has a deep richness, a robustness, and this fabulous way of tasting homey and rustic all the while being polished and elegant.… Continue reading Beef Bourguignon Potpie
This lazy version of the French classic still takes a long time to cook, though inactive on your part, but preparing it couldn’t be easier; you can do it with one hand tied behind your back (or to a second bottle of Côtes du Rhône)!