Spread this between a bun with cold salmon patties and a red onion (see my recipe #155183) it's better than any hamburger lol! Plan ahead this needs to chill for a minimum of 2 hours, overnight is even better! Double the recipe if desired.
This recipe sounds odd, but is really savory and delicious. Please go ahead and use your fingers to mash up the ingredients, they work better than any other utensil. This is another one of those clipped out recipes that fill my dozens of recipe notebooks, and I can't give credit to the chef. Sorry.
So, where in the heck's the champagne?? When it's 110 degrees in the shade, your mind can play strange tricks. I thought I'd post this as a memory of good times in Arizona. If you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen, head for California and wonder about the champagne. Recipe from the Arizona Republic, as I recall.
This is a recipe that is used in the higher-end restaurants to enhance the food. Spread or top this on your steaks or veggies, it's fantastic! Make two rolls of this and keep one (or both) frozen in the freezer, just slice off what you want to use, if you are freezing the butter, place in the refrigerator first overnight to blend flavors, then freeze. You'll be using this butter on everything!
This tangy mayonnaise is from Greek chef and restaurateur Theodore Kyriakou's book 'Real Greek Food', which he co-authored with food writer Charles Campion. Theodore Kyriakou is widely considered to be the finest Greek chef in Britain. I am posting this recipe for the 2005 Zaar World Tour.
Stuff this under the skin of a chicken with extra garlic, use it for garlic bread, a small disc in the center of a hamburger, or use as a "condiment" for fish and seafood. Adapted from "How to Grill" by Raichlen. You've got to check that book out.