Great for Sunday dinner or any special occasions.
Ragù alla Bolognese is a perfect example of Italian cooking: rich yet fresh-tasting and balanced, lavish yet down-to-earth. Here is how to make this Italian classic.
Steak gets a flavor kick with brandy and Dijon mustard.
A leg of lamb is always a treat and an impressive main course, especially when it comes hugged with pancetta and flavored with wine, garlic, and herbs. I served with sauteed baby spinach and small boiled potatoes.
Wishing everybody a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year! We started the new year traditionally with a bottle of cheap sparkling wine 😉 and delicious pork, the culinary symbol of good fortune.
Pork Milanese is traditionally served with lightly dressed arugula, however, you can serve it with potatoes or pasta if you prefer. This dish is a good choice for a quick weeknight dinner.
Harira is a Moroccan soup made with dried legumes and plenty of cumin, turmeric, and cinnamon, traditionally cooked with lamb or beef. Although it is typically eaten to break the fast during Ramadan, it is served throughout the rest of the year as well. The soup tastes best the next day after all the flavors had […]
Early and mid-autumn are high season for figs. I suggest you get a good handful of those aromatic fruits, a bottle of your favorite white wine, and start cooking 🙂 Ingredients 1 pork tenderloin (ca. 500 g / 1.1 lb), cut in 4cm (1.6 inch) thick medallions 5 fresh, ripe figs 113 g / […]
This great chili recipe is one of the best dishes to serve to friends for a casual get-together. It’s easy to throw together using mostly storecupboard ingredients.
Roasted rack of lamb is a brilliant centerpiece dish because it looks impressive and this recipe here is surprisingly easy to make. It includes just five ingredients, but the result is terrific. The meat is simply rubbed with plenty of garlic, rosemary, olive oil and salt before roasting. I served it with my mushroom risotto. This creamy […]