Monthly Archives: April 2012

Chicken in Mustard

Here is a great Sunday dinner recipe. Once again, this is prepared in a country French style, and the dominant seasonings are tarragon and Dijon mustard. Tarragon originally came from western Asia and has a licorice-like flavor and aroma. This … Continue reading

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Meyer Lemon Buttermilk Tart

This is probably not news to many of you, but we have just learned about Meyer lemons. Most of the lemons in our stores are Eureka or Lisbon varieties, but Meyer lemons are believed to be a hybrid of an … Continue reading

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Chicken with Juniper Berries

We picked up Bistro Chicken by Mary Ellen Evans recently at a local grocery store, Kowalski’s®, because the recipes looked intriguing. Once we brought it home and started reading, we realized why this cookbook was for sale in the store: … Continue reading

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Drunken Pig (aka Whiskey Ham)

We have reviewed thousands of recipes, but we have rarely come across these directions: “Drink the reserved shot of whiskey.” And that was what the cook is supposed to do first!

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