:A Different Kind of French Beef Stew Beef Bourguignon is Steuart’s all-time best, never-fail crowd pleaser, but he makes it all the time. Poor me. For a Sunday night dinner with a couple of friends, he wanted to try something different. But thwarting him was a big piece of beef-Continue readingDaube with Anchovies.
It’s a weekend and my husband is working on a project elsewhere, so I can take some time to make a few things for the workweek. One is French Onion Soup, which is better if left to meld in the frig for a day or two. Cook 5 cups ofContinue readingFrench Onion Soup for the Last of Winter
Well-made cheese is exceptional, deserving of a lit stage and its own course. Cheese of more expensive per pound than any thing else I buy and last a long while. It may be high in fat, but pleasantly high in calcium and protein, so it’s not junk food. I likeContinue readingHomemade Crackers Spice up Cheeses
Organic rolled on the left; organic steel cut on the right. Rolled is cut, steamed and rolled through a mill; the one on the right is just cut. Both are organic; both $1.69 per pound in bulk at Whole Foods. Texture is the big difference. I like the crunchy versionContinue readingOatmeal : Easy Toasty Breakfast