Posts Tagged "mushrooms"


Wellington Hash

Wellington Hash


Posted By on Jan 8, 2013

  Ever wonder what to do on the weekend with some leftovers? Well here’s an upscale version of a breakfast classic, steak and eggs. Smoked prime rib is added to potatoes, onions, garlic and some exoctic mushroom duxelle to Doc’ up the average hash into a worthy Wellington hash. But it doesn’t stop there, add a slice of seared foie gras and a perfectly poached egg. Now that is a royal...

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Get Your Wellies On

Get Your Wellies On


Posted By on Jan 4, 2013

By request, for a classic holiday treat, today we share a simple but elegant and mouthwatering entrée, Beef Wellington. This is also a great way to use up any large leftover pieces of prime rib from the holidays. This example uses an applewood smoked prime rib to start. If you have a filet mignon, for example, be sure to sear it off well in  a hot pan and then allow it to rest before working with the puff pastry. First, prepare the...

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I enjoy cooking with wine; so much so that I occasionally use it preparing the food. Yet, certain jobs call for certain tools. Preparing a certain hearty fall flavored feast is just such a job. The tool for that job was not a wine, but a smoked porter from Stone  Brewery (Link to Stone Brewing); dark, deep, slightly smokey and chocolately in a satisfyingly savory way it was the perfect base for some of the best short ribs I have ever...

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Tilefish

Tilefish


Posted By on Jan 12, 2012

Here is a delicious fish that you don’t see very often. If you do, definitely give it a try; sweet delicate white flesh that will remind you of grouper. The fish was pan-seared and placed on a bed of chanterelle mushroom and baby brocoli stems and topped with a sake-miso plum...

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Stuff it

Stuff it


Posted By on Dec 19, 2011

Looking for a delicious and slightly different stuffing for the Christmas meal this year. Try this delicious wild rice variation with wild boar sausage. An exciting exotic face to a comfortable favorite, it’s like the leopard print snuggie of food. A traditional stuffing of stale bread (I like challa), onions, celery, carrots, herbs and stock is combined with some wild boar sausage, red Himalayan rice, wild rice    ...

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