Salad with Parsley and Romaine Lettuce

Oftentimes I’ll use parsley as a salad green, either using the leaves whole, or opting to cut them into a chiffonade (as done in this delicate salad.) Dressed with a simple vinaigrette, or a simple combination of 1tbsp lemon juice & 3tbsps olive oil (extra virgin) – either way, this is deliciously moreish! Ingredients 1…

Chicken Salad with Grilled Eggplant

French by design, Chinese by flavor, this salad is a unique dish. Putting the sesame and ginger to the side, this is otherwise very much akin to a “composed salad” (salade compose) where you arrange the ingredients, dress, but don’t toss, along with grilled chicken breast and a vinaigrette on the zesty side. Heat can…

Martha Rose Shulman’s Gazpacho

The last of the tomato crop, and that last bit of hardened baguette is exactly what this recipe was designed for. The bread is what gives this gazpacho its wonderful texture. If you keep a pitcher of this ready in the refrigerator, you’ll never be short of a refreshing snack, or a quick & healthy…

Butter-Fried Oysters

There are definitely easier and faster ways to fry oysters, but we think that if you’ve bothered to make them at home, you may as well do it the best way. Definitely a little bit of a project, there’s no lying about that. Bread crumbs need to be made from a day-old French loaf. These…

Fried Chicken

The chicken thighs are cooked in two separate stages in this recipe, that was intended to be executed on a propane burner outdoors. The chicken is first fried to beautifully brown it, as well as render the fat from the skin. Next, it’s placed in a low oven to cook all the way through. The…

Buttermilk Biscuits

Ingredients 3 ½ cups all-purpose flour, or as required 2 teaspoons kosher salt 3 ½ teaspoons baking powder 11 tablespoons very cold butter, unsalted (Cut into 1-inch cubes) 1 ¼ cups buttermilk Preparation Whisk the flour, salt, and baking powder in a large bowl to combine. Transfer one cup of dry ingredients into a food…

Arugula Salad With La Tur

This salad takes the common, run of the mill blue cheese salad dressing, and improves upon it – a soft, milkier flavor and a more unctuous consistency make this the perfect thing to drizzle over fresh figs, baby arugula and some perfectly crisped prosciutto. Ingredients 3 to 4 slices prosciutto di Parma 4 ounces La…