A spice roasted goose served with a rich red wine sage and prune gravy is experience to behold. It’s not very complicated so follow along below and you will be having one of the most festive Christmas dinners you will lever remember….
Archives for December 2015
On today’s show I do my best to explain how to make an easy no-knead walnut raisin Christmas Bread. This bread is amazing and has lots of texture and moistness and interesting festive ingredients to behold, like walnuts, raisins, nutmeg, cardamom and buttermilk….
This Christmas bread is easy to make and requires virtually no kneading. It calls for readily available ingredients. It’s rather dense but has a nice texture that is perfect for adding butter, spreads, cream cheese and many other things….
On today’s show I discuss an amazing onion & bacon gratin that is so lovely with it’s bechamel sauce perfumed with nutmeg, cayenne pepper and white wine. A bubbly cauldron of cheesey, onion-y goodness awaits those who dare to …
In this recipe I teach how to make and onion and bacon gratin or casserole. This dish uses readily available ingredients but does require some time. The flavor of this is perfect for the Christmas season, festive, rich, filling-all perfect attributes for a holiday side dish….
**SPECIAL NOTE- Had a it of audio trouble during the first 30 seconds*
On today’s show I answer listener questions on a variety of topics including:…
On today’s show I will walk you through the making of a simple split pea soup, however this one does not contain any meat. Most split pea soups recipes call for ham, smoked ham hocks, bacon etc. I choose to do this version and it was really great and the lack of meat only helped. Sometimes too much smoke flavor can overpower the pea flavor. This is terrific on a cold night….
This is my version of vegetarian split pea soup, one that does not include ham or bacon like most split pea soups do. This soup recipe is very easy but does take at least 50 minutes of cooking time; lest you use a pressure cooker. …