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Cactus canapes made with grilled nopales with roquefort and agave nectar.
This vegan red bean panna cotta with blueberry sauce blends Japanese Shojin tradition with the classic Italian dessert.
Alsatian Choucroute Garnie, including homemade sauerkraut and knackwurst.
Making sauerkraut at home is simple and it tastes much better than the canned/jarred/packaged stuff.
Beet Arugula Salad with Lemon Mint Dressing
Lemon Tarragon Polpette with Caramelized Tomato Glaze. Perfect bit sized canapes for a cocktail party.
Green tomato gratin. Slices of green tomatoes in a cheesy mornay sauce bubbling up from under a crust of crisp panko.
Smoked pork belly ready to go into a pot of spicy lentils.
This piquant green mango relish is the perfect accompaniment to grass fed beef hot dogs.
Golden beet cupcakes with dulce de leche buttercream swirls. Like a yellow velvet cake with half the sugar and no food coloring.
This lamb breast is spice cured for 2 days then braised before being added to this Kumquat and Lamb Breast Tagine.
Braised spice cured pork belly with sauteed ramps, morels and picked ramps. Part of a foraging dinner that included stinging nettle carbonara, scallops with fiddleheads and nettle ice cream!
Kinpira Gobo, a Japanese side dish of pan fried burdock with caramelized sweet soy sauce.
Pastel de Tres Leches. This gluten free cake releases a burst of sweet milky liquid with each bite.
What happens when Japanese Yakitori meets a Korean lettuce wrap? Yakitori Ssam
Creamy salmon belly miso soup.
How to cook the perfect steak every time. Also, a simple mushroom shallot pan sauce to go with it.
Strawberries and Cream Melting Moments - cookies with a snap that then liquify into a pool of sweet creamy strawberry flavour.
Horchata, a sweet cinnamony milk-like concoction made from raw cashews and rice.
Ever wonder wonder what that line in That's Amore about Pasta Fazool was about? Wonder no more.
Tripe may not be everyone's cup of tea, but this classic Mexican hangover cure is a great way to dive into the world of offal.
Spicy Yakisoba. A Korean take on the Japanese classic.
Yakitori Ssam - Can food bring 2 countries together? Here are some snacks that fuse Japanese and Korean tastes.
Spicy Lemongrass Crab with Garlic Chives. It only cost $1 to make!
Shrimp and Duck Gumbo, made with a dark duck fat roux, inspired by a recent trip to NOLA.
Frisée Salad with Feta and Mint Dressing. To make it a little more filling I've added Andouille sausage and a poached egg.
Chicken Coconut Rice. Layers of aromatic rice and caramelized onions and coconut steamed with curried chicken on top.
White Chocolate Chestnut Blondies. Rich buttery caramel notes and layers of earthy sweetness will take your taste buds for a ride you won’t soon forget.
Tarragon tagliatelle enrobed with the briny essence of the sea, accompanied by little bits of sweet raw uni that burst in your mouth with each bite of the chewy noodles.
Skate with wine braised cipollini onions and fennel with beurre blanc and a masa harina porridge. Sounds fancy, but makes for a quick weeknight meal.
Broccoli Rabe and Caramelized Onion Frittata, a great way to use up leftover veggies and cheese.
Crispy shiitake encrusted salmon over a mizuna sunchoke salad.
Fork tender braised pork cheek makes the base for this meaty ragu.
Watermelon radish salad with an apricot, blood orange and Indonesian lemon vinaigrette part of an improvised 7 course dinner.