This after-dinner drink is like a little ray of boozy citrus sunshine at the end of a heavy meal and should be served very cold, in little shot glasses.
Little thin potato pancakes are done on a flat griddle and served with butter, sugar and cinnamon. You roll them up like a cigar and eat them warm.
When you're ready to serve, toss the pear, cheese, and greens together with as much of the dressing as you like. Serve immediately.
Seasoning is totally your call and it can have as much attitude as you’d like, as in these warm-tasting spices of the West Indies and a garlic-tomato sauté.
This recipe embodies the stillness of women who were unselfish givers inside and outside the home.
This red wine jelly emphasizes both color and flavor. A grown-up dessert, it is tart and sophisticated due to the inclusion of red wine, nicely rounded out by brandy. The whipped cream is a good counterpoint to the austerity of the jelly.
A wonderful onion tart variation of quiche Lorraine that is full off flavor Trust me, you won't miss the bacon.