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    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    A wonderful recipe for traditional Scottish Steak Balmoral, as served throughout the region and at the famous "The Witchery" restaurant located in Edinburgh, Scotland at the very top of the Royal Mile near the gates of beautiful Edinburgh Castle. The "Old Hell Fire Club" used to hold their meetings in this historic sixteenth century building. Tips: We prefer tender Aberdeen angus filet steaks in this first-rate recipe, but sirloin steaks or rib-eyes are just as good. Do try to use a very high quality beef, if possible. You can carefully flambe the whisky in step 2, but I usually don't bother as I find it boils down quickly enough into the divinely smooth and mellow sauce without the extra step. Recipe makes a generous serving of whisky sauce--by all means, you may adjust proportions to suit your own tastes. Serve these steaks with steamed new potatoes, fries, or baked (jacket) potatoes, and seasonal greens or a tossed salad. Try to use a good Scotch whisky (single or blended)....I used Laphroaig 15 yo single malt which is usually reserved for special occasions....but this was phenomenal! ENJOY!

    Recipe #390131

    A lovely golden-hued cocktail, with the taste of lemon and honey! Made with vodka, fresh lemon juice, Galliano, and Barenjager honey liqueur, with a flowering thyme garnish--delicious! Recipe is from Napa Valley caterer Paula DeLuc.

    Recipe #389665

    Serve as a lovely autumnal snack or appetizer--goes great with a baguette and a glass of wine!

    Recipe #389632

    Inspired by a Silver Palate recipe. This is a quick, easy and healthy salad that is simple enough for everyday, yet elegant enough for company! Quick to prepare using precooked chicken, this salad is especially tasty if you've got some leftover grilled chicken handy. All that is needed to round out the meal is a crusty loaf of French bread and a glass of sparkling wine or juice spritzer. Enjoy!

    Recipe #389439

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    This delicious pecan praline bacon is a wonderful addition to the breakfast/brunch menu! Goes great with omelets, pancakes or waffles and fresh fruit.

    Recipe #389371

    This recipe makes just a small amount of creamy, delicious toffee. Very quick and easy to make. A childhood favorite of mine that I've made many times with my mother and German grandmother. I've translated the recipe from a very old and treasured German children's cookbook.

    Recipe #389336

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    Toasted whole almonds coated with a buttery vanilla glaze, and lightly dusted with cinnamon. I've also included a lovely rosewater variation. Reminiscent of the candied almonds served warm in cone shaped bags in the open air markets of Germany. Delicious! Makes a great foodie or hostess gift for the holidays.

    Recipe #388986

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    This is a mouthwatering recipe for Arabian roast lamb and spiced rice, and it is truly fit for a King and Queen! Roast leg or shoulder of lamb which is cooked a la cuillère (to such tenderness that you can cut it "with a spoon" ), accompanied by rice with ground meat and nuts, is a traditional and central part of any Arabian feast. This recipe which I have slightly adapted, is from Claudia Roden's book "Arabesque". She says that she got the recipe from famed caterer Nazira Bitar, who prepared a banquet in Stockholm that was hosted by the King of Jordan for King Gustav and Queen Silvia.

    Recipe #388723

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Rich-tasting yet light, this Brie pancake is a versatile dish. We have especially enjoyed it, in both its sweet and savory versions, as an unusual Sunday breakfast. From the book American Country Cheese (originally from Besnier America cheese company).

    Recipe #388477

    Old fashioned strawberry goodness! This delicious jam with its rich, fruity Strawberry flavor is lovely served on warm buttered recipe #428672 with Devon or Cornish cream (see my recipe #453683) for a traditional English Strawberry Cream Tea. An updated old family recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #388115

    A bottle of this beautiful ruby-red vinegar would make a lovely foodie or hostess gift! A little history: in modern times, flavored vinegars are mostly used as a salad condiment. But in olden times, before the advent of soft drinks, vinegar syrups were mixed with ice water and served as a cooling & refreshing summer drink. This is an updated version of a recipe found in an old cookbook from Colonial Virginia and Thomas Jefferson's time; I've included simple directions for making either raspberry vinegar, or raspberry vinegar syrup. Time includes steeping time of 48 hours.

    Recipe #387789

    These old fashioned English tea tarts are somewhere between cheesecake and custard, and are similar to those served at the Maids of Honour tea rooms in Richmond, Surrey, England (the official recipe is a closely guarded secret) since the early 18th century. I prefer a shortcrust pastry shell, but you may use a puff pastry if you prefer---9 ounces of packaged puff pastry should be sufficient for the job. Recipe is slightly adapted from one found in a Nigella Lawson cookbook.

    Recipe #387152

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Lightly steamed and tossed in butter, a dash of salt & pepper and a pinch of nutmeg--sometimes simple is best! Top sprouts with crisp crumbled bacon, freshly grated lemon zest, and a dollop of creme fraiche to dress them up, if you like! This is my favorite Brussels sprouts recipe, since childhood.

    Recipe #387063

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    This is a traditional fresh plum cake, thought to have originated in the town of Augsburg, Germany. It is made with fresh Italian prune plums which are at their peak in late summer. Perfect for the afternoon coffee hour. Serve at room temperature, with a dollop of fresh whipped cream!

    Recipe #386977

    These mushrooms are delicious atop slices of crusty French baguette smeared with brie cheese, as a main dish tossed with warm buttered pasta, as a topping for baked potatoes, -or- as an earthy accompaniment to grilled meats, fish or poultry. They are also wonderful folded into an omelet. Adapted from Ina Garten. Variation: A delicious variation that my German grandmother made (with her own wild foraged mushrooms!) was to simply saute the 'shrooms in butter until tender, add a little cream and heat through, then season to taste with salt and pepper and snipped fresh parsley. Great! I hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #386754

    Tender filet mignon steak, grilled to perfection, and topped with melted gorgonzola cheese, green onions, and a twist of black pepper! Absolutely divine! Serve with a fresh garden salad of mixed baby greens tossed with recipe #344310, and a side of recipe #372102. Adapted from Weber's Gas Barbecue Book.

    Recipe #386336

    "This was one of the best dishes created by the late Chef Warren LeRuth at his spectacular (New Orleans) restaurant. He told me once that the thing he missed most about not having LeRuth's open anymore was that he couldn't grab one of these at moment's notice. Crabmeat St. Francis is also special in that it's one of the few regular menu items from LeRuth's for which the chef ever published the recipe. At that, it only came out a few years ago, in the little cookbook they do every year at the Chef's Charity for Children. (Another reason to go!) I find this recipe fascinating in that it uses ingredients and techniques generally left behind by latter-day gourmet chefs. Despite that, this is a dish that knows few peers." -- Tom Fitzmorris is a New Orleans food critic, radio host, and author. (Note: Time does not include overnight chill time, so plan ahead.)

    Recipe #386177

    These lovely little individual dessert trifles are a great make-ahead treat, very quick and simple to prepare -- just layer the fruit and cream in pretty dessert glasses, and chill until serving time. Lovely for tea-time, or anytime!

    Recipe #385958

    Yum---these truffles taste sort of like an Almond Joy! Recipe found online, originally from Matt Amsden's "Rawvolution" cookbook.

    Recipe #385674

    Fresh figs cut into 'blossoms' and filled with honey, yogurt and walnuts! Also see the Lemon Mascarpone and Pistachio variation, below. These fig blossoms make a grand appetizer, or ending to any meal. Food of the Gods and Goddesses!

    Recipe #384973

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