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I do like to keep things simple sometimes, and this recipe is about as simple as it gets.
This is a simple and delicious tart that can be served warm or at room temperature. It is great for brunch but performs equally well as an appetizer for dinner or an entrée for lunch.
Select sweet and juicy carrots for the best success with this salad. It is a great foil to the salty, savory items in your feast.
The caraway seeds and bacon in this salad makes it sing with the Abraxas. Adjust the tanginess by adding or subtracting vinegar and olive oil measures.
Pinot Blanc is a perfect match with grilled fish and precocious vegetables.
A thick cut of absolutely fresh line-caught cod or filet of sole will assure success. Warning: beware of hot gushing juices on first bite and remember to serve with lots of napkins... and maybe a bib.
Fregola (Frey-go-la) is a toasted Sardinian pasta similar to couscous. You might call it a couscous on steroids.
This dry-brined method of preparing pork leaves the meat flavorful and moist. For more intensity, leave the pork in the marinade for 36 hours.
Like many things, this cake gets better with age. It can be baked a day or two ahead, cooled and stored well wrapped at room temperature.