Kick the can! Once you get a taste of my fresh homemade cranberry sauce- you will never eat that over processed gel again. Trust me on this one! So simple to make – every year someone asks for this recipe! Ingredients: 2 bags (12 ounces each) fresh or frozen whole cranberries 1 cups sugar or… Continue reading Cranberry Pear Compote
Ahhhh, bourbon and brioche. Two of my favorite things! Ingredients: 1/4 cup bourbon 1/2 cup currants 1 -1/2 pound loaf of Brioche, torn into 1-2 inch chunks, or cut into cubes – allowed to stale overnight 1 1/2 cups whole milk or substitute 1/2 cup heavy cream or substitute 4 large eggs or… Continue reading Holiday Worthy Brioche Bread Pudding with a Bourbon Butterscotch Sauce !
A Gratin is a culinary technique in which a casserole recipe is topped with a browned crust, from breadcrumbs, grated cheese, sometimes eggs and or butter. Gratin originated in French cuisine, and is usually prepared in a shallow cooking vessel. The flavors are rich and delicious. Ingredients: 2 Tablespoons unsalted butter, plus additional for preparing… Continue reading Pommes de Terre Gratinées ~”Potatoes with Cheese”~
A true prime rib that is labeled USDA Certified Prime, is heavily marbled with a generous amount of fat. These cuts are usually reserved for top restaurants and are hard to come by. It may be better to seek out a fine aged prime rib. Aged beef is similarly hard to find in the supermarket, but you’ll find aged prime… Continue reading Traditional Herb Crusted Prime Rib with Red Wine Reduction!