No oil is needed to saute' these beauties. The juices from the meat mix with the salt to form a crusty coating that not only prevents the steaks from sticking to the pan but adds a great caramelized flavor. Gourmet...this same method can be used to cook four 6 ounce hamburgers (1 1/4 inch thick)using 2 teaspoons salt
The most delicious mashed potatoes ever! The scallions provide sweetness, and the brown butter adds a nuttiness. Please follow ingredient amounts exactly...I know it may seem like a lot of scallions but its not.
Based on the classic "Ham with red-eye gravy". The glaze may seem pasty and messy when you are putting it on but don't worry it lends a lovely color and flavor to the exterior of the ham. Don't let the title fool you, the majority of the cooking for this delicious ham is poaching on top of the stove. This keeps the ham very moist and the water method draws out the salt in the ham rather than concentrating it. Dean and Deluca recipe.
This recipe is from July 2005 Gourmet magazine. The most important part of this recipe is the resting part. Do not cut into this beautiful piece of meat until you have let it rest for the full 15 minutes. It will be worth the wait...I promise.