I'm currently obsessed with the sourdough bread from the Plateau Sunday Market. This is not it. This is the bread I turned into quasi-hamburger buns for my last post. It's still pretty great. It's at the point where I want to ask "Son Boulanger" from "La Perle et Son Boulanger" … [Read more...] about “Heartsmart Cooking”: Multigrain Yogurt Bread
If you like balsamic vinegar, the thick, sweet kind, on your tomatoes you will like this braised fennel with fresh tomatoes. I'm not sure if the fennel flavour itself works with the tomatoes, but on its own it tastes way too much like candy to call it salad. I fell in love with … [Read more...] about Braised Fennel: Bonnie Stern’s “Heartsmart Cooking”
This is in my top 5 recipes ever and my top 2 lamb recipes. It beats out braised lamb shank in all its forms and sauces, and only comes second to 2-day marinated leg of lamb with dried figs and poppy seeds. Sometimes you need an excuse to make a recipe, and part 3 in the … [Read more...] about Slow-Cooker Lamb Curry with Basmati Rice, Tomato Relish and Grated Cucumber Raita
Oh my God, marrow is so good. Butter should be replaced by it. We should eat it on toast. You'll find it inside the cylindrical bone in an osso buco cut of meat. It's a pretty small bone, and doesn't really rationalize the slaughtering of as many bison as it would take to make … [Read more...] about Bison Osso Buco with Polenta, Accomplished!
...well, I missed Pancake Tuesday, and like a good little non-Catholic, I fully planned to spend the day after the day you're supposed to use up all the dairy in your fridge making something with a ridiculous amount of milk. Don't worry though, my soul is safe, as it's not real … [Read more...] about Ash Wednesday Smoked Salmon Soufflé Roll