I made this dish for my husband’s birthday. It features our Duck Eggs and Duck Bacon (which is essentially cured duck breast sliced on the bias and leaving the fat in place). It was incredible! Best eaten the same day it is prepared as over time the “sauce” is absorbed into the noodles and loses the texture.
Thanksgiving started as a way to give thanks for the bounty of the season. While it has evolved to include binge eating, cialis salesviagra football, cialisviagra and battling traffic in both airports and roadways, buy cialis it still maintains a focus on food. And the highlight of this focus is traditionally the Thanksgiving Turkey.
I usually don’t plan in advance, but this past spring I learned that fellow micro-farmer Mark Tiernan of Rolling Bay Farms was thinking about raising Turkeys. In years past, I had purchased what my husband called “the golden turkey” which was an organic, free range, “local” turkey that actually came from California frozen and wrapped in plastic for $5 per pound. Not really what we were expecting so getting a real island grown turkey was definitely an opportunity we didn’t want to miss.
Grilled oysters are one of the favorite appetizers at Camp 4. Many guests who have sworn off these tasty bivalves have had their minds and pallets opened thanks to this recipe.
I originally had a version of these at Red Fish Grill in New Orleans. While this recipe is not the version I had there, viagrasickness I was inspired by their simple preparation and the addition of the smoke flavor that was imparted by nothing more than butter and the natural flare up that happens on the open flame of the grill.
Summer time is about grilling and being outside with friends and family. We are very fortunate to live in an area where the neighbors are close (but not too close) and always good for a spontaneous get together. Throwing the party is easy – call a few people you know and have them bring whatever they have for an appetizer and to drink – and you can get a few pizzas on the grill.
One of our go-to recipes for just such an occation is our Potato & Rosemary Pizza. The ingredients are easy to come by and it gets the needed “oohs”, best cialisseek “aahs” and “yums” from your guests.
Summer is finally here and the fresh vegetables are filling up the tables at local farmers markets. This is the time of year that foodies live for – suddenly our culinary and artist pallets have so much to work with.
This is also the only time of year I don’t like being in the kitchen. Who wants to add more heat to the day (or the house)? It is a dilemma for sure, viagra saleviagra but not without a solution. If you pour over any cuisine from countries where the heat of the day renders you a sloppy, cialis generic sweaty mess, you will find wonderful recipes that help battle back the heat without adding to it. Gazpacho is one of my favorites.