I'm not an exceptional cook but I've found some excellent recipes and resources. I decided to share them with you!
This part of my website will be growing. You'll find great bargains on a wide variety of cookbooks too! (Yes, I also own more cookbooks than are strictly necessary. I love James Beard. Who's your favorite cook?)
Enjoy yourself. Do try some of the recipes and check out the books. I'll add a form for suggestions and recipes (yes, you'll get credit for your contributions). For now,
write to me. You might be interested in reading some of the requests I've had - click to see "We get Letters"!
I received a request for a recipe for Chicken Limonata. The requestor said that there is a sauce that is almost like a gel. This is one Lemon Chicken recipe that meets that criteria! However, I found a description of Chicken Limonata on the web:
"A sauteed chicken breast in a lemony, creamy white wine sauce"I have a couple recipes that sound as if they would fit that description. If you are interested or if YOU have the recipe, write to me!
Recently, a visitor requested a recipe for bouillabaisse - gosh there are LOTS of those out there! Here is one that is especially yummy!
Note: Unfortunately, the requestor's email address was incorrect so I could not respond directly.
Chef Mark Goudeau's Bouillabaisse
METHOD: Place red snapper and shrimp in marinade for 30 minutes.
Heat olive oil in a large skillet; add the onion, leeks, fennel, and celery. Sautè until clear - do not brown. Add the tomatoes, saffron, fish stock, wine, bay leaf, thyme, and oregano. Simmer for 10 to 15 minutes; add salt and pepper to taste.
Add the mussels and the shrimp and simmer for 3 to 4 minutes; add the red snapper and simmer 6 to 8 minutes or until done. Remove the bay leaf and arrange the red snapper, shrimp and mussels evenly amongst four bowls. Ladle broth into bowls. Serve with croustades and Sauce Rouille.
Yield: 4 servings.
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Once-a-month-cooking (OAMC) has been around for a long time. In fact, prior generations often HAD to plan for winter months. Many of us may have done some of it already. I know I often cook enough so that there are leftovers to make at least second meal for later in the week. The concept of OAMC is to spend a certain amount of time cooking, be it a day or two, but with an end result of having enough meals to last through the whole month. This requires some planning.
Not everything freezes well and sometimes you need to slightly undercook some foods so that they don't lose their texture in the process.
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