Wednesday, April 24, 2019
An easy, elegant starter for spring
Want to wow your guests without breaking a sweat? Try this full-flavored starter.
This salad looks (and tastes) like a dish that takes hours to prepare. No need to tell them that you whipped it up in under 15 minutes.
That’ll be our little secret.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Luscious and easy – and perfect for spring
Asparagus season? Yes! We like to celebrate its iconic springtime flavor whenever the local crop is available.
Asparagus combines wonderfully with ham and cream. Add some pasta to the mix, and you have a simple (but wonderful) main course. Or serve half portions as a starter.
The season for asparagus is fleeting. So spear this recipe while you can.
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Flavorful and easy, perfect for celebrating
Need a festive dish that can feed a crowd? Maybe something for Easter dinner, or a graduation party?
Enter Braised Ham with Port. It’s more succulent than baked ham, and just as easy to prepare. Those who know only its baked cousin will be delighted to meet this dish.
But accept your guests’ accolades with modesty. No need to ham it up.
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
This low-alcohol charmer will make you feel like royalty
OK, let’s get the obvious question out of the way: No, this drink was not named in honor of Queen Elizabeth II. Rather, it was named for the creator’s wife. But more history later.
What you need to know now is that, despite the drink’s majestic moniker, it’s simplicity itself to make. The Queen Elizabeth cocktail requires only three ingredients: Dry vermouth, Bénédictine liqueur, and lime juice. And because this drink doesn’t contain a base spirit, its alcohol quotient is quite modest.
So low alcohol, but lofty flavor. Make a round of these and you’ll rule.