Quick Marinade For Grilled Chicken Breast from 101 Cooking for Two Quick and easy with wonderful taste, this simple marinade for grilled chicken breasts makes a great main course for a special dinner or the perfect topping for a lunch salad. Editor’s Note: Originally published April 17, 2010. Updated with updated text and photo re-editing. […]
Boeuf Bourguignon A La Julia Child Recipe – Genius Kitchen This is the classic, adapted from Mastering the Art of French Cooking. A wonderful dish, raising the simple stew to an art form and quite simple to make – even though the instructions look long. Use Simple Beef Stock, the recipe for which is posted […]
A Waldorf Salad by Any Other Name As I joked about in the video, a fruit salad has to be pretty damn good to actually get a name, and the venerable Waldorf salad is certainly worthy. I realize that there are a small group of you who won’t be able to wrap your heads around […]
Grilled Greek Chicken – Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Erin go what? On the surface, this may seem like an inappropriate St. Patrick’s Day recipe post, but I’ve always considered this holiday one of the official signs of spring, and since that means it’s grilling season, then maybe this is appropriate after all? Yes, I went […]
The French Omelette – Soft, Shiny, and Superior There is no more terrifying experience at culinary school than the French omelette exam. With your classmates rooting you on, and chef instructors watching intently, you head to the stove, with little more than three eggs, and a little butter…okay, a lot of butter…but that’s it.