This Bon Apetit recipe is easily adapted – don’t care for turnips? Try small red potatoes (sauteed or roasted in the duck fat!) Not big on Mustard Greens? Substitute Frisee, or a mild rocket/arugula, or if you strive for “painfully hip”, chopped kale in the sweet Asian dressing you’ll find in my recipe (search this blog for […]
Sriracha (Se Racha). I’m amazed at how quickly the American palate has adopted this spicy-sweet condiment from Thailand. It is named after the coastal city of Si Racha, where it was first produced to accompany the many seafood dishes such a town is generally known for. Its use has grown, and it is now a […]
a tasty and very simple recipe for Asian salmon – pairs well with light reds such as sangiovese or pinot noir, or with aromatic whites, or best of all – a dry rosé!
Salmon and pinot noir, commonly said to be a natural match, often misfires. Dave explains why, and how to overcome the natural problems with this pairing.
This easy nacho recipe is a great way to use leftovers, or to feed a crowd, or to just satisfy your hungries!
Though its bright orange color makes this a perfect Halloween dish, its belly-warming, bowl-licking popularity argues for making it throughout the winter months!
San Franciso is a town better known for fog than balmy climes. But today it’s almost 90. And when the weather turns a man’s thoughts away from the keyboard and toward the hammock, it’s time to chill a few crisp, refreshing wines…