Recipes

Seared Scallop Blanquette

For us, spring means putting away the dark sauces and focusing on light and green ingredients. We were inspired by the French blanquette, a creamy white sauce stew made with veal. The veal was replaced with plump sea scallops, and the dish was brightened with verdant, seasonal asparagus. A blanquette is traditionally thickened with egg […]

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Butter Chickpeas Tikka Masala

This aromatic stew, a vegetarian take on Indian butter chicken, is flavored with cinnamon, garam masala, and fresh ginger and is rich and creamy thanks to the coconut milk. Cubed tofu for a soft textural contrast, or cubed seitan for a chewy one, could be added here. Alternatively, serve it over rice to soak up […]

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The heartiest Beef Stew ever

It’s difficult to imagine a more fulfilling lunch than this hearty beef stew, which pairs nicely with buttered noodles and a glass of powerful red wine, plus it’s quite easy to make! A little sprinkle of cloves, augmented by a little thyme, lends a flowery note to the gravy, which matches wonderfully with the carrots […]

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Spatchcocked Chicken With Cracked Spices

Our favorite way to roast a whole chicken is with this Spatchcock Chicken dish. With the cracked spices, every portion of the roasted chicken comes out delicious. This one-pan chicken supper is simple to prepare and delightful to eat! There is no need to marinate or prepare the dish ahead of time. This is quick […]

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Steak Frites you can prepare at home!

This is the best steak recipe you’ll ever make at home! Ideal for home cooks looking for quick weekday dinners. The guidelines are simple: buy boneless slices (they cook evenly), thin pieces (so they can cook on your stove top), dry them thoroughly to maximum crust, then salt and sear them in a scorching hot […]

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