The classic souffle is like the unicorn. A mythical dessert legend that is oh-so-hard to recreate at home. My almost fool-proof answer: freeze it! With a little guidance and finesse, you can enjoy this fancy French dessert on your holiday table.
You know spring has sprung, when you see asparagus! Adding vegetables to whole grains always makes for a hearty side dish that can easily double as an entree. It’s an easy way to begin transitioning to a plant based diet, too.
Bone broths are known in the culinary world as fond blanc, white broth and fond brun, brown broth. Fond is the French word for bottom, or foundation. An example of white broth would be a classic chicken broth; pale in color and loaded with flavor. Read more
Cashew cream is so trendy right now. And such a delicious treat really does deserve its own trend. It’s the perfect topping for any dessert where you would normally use whipped cream. Here are three of my favorite nut creams.
I’m fond of using this citrus marinade for ceviche. As a traditional marinade, it can also impart moisture to small fish fillets that will tend to dry on the grill. The combination of citrus juices cuts through high fat fish like salmon with bright and vibrant notes.