I can whip this dish up and feast on it for days! In the past, I have made this for family dinners and more intimate suppers for two – it’s always been a hit!
Wine Pairing: This dish lends itself to wines
Fennel, Saffron & Pepper Seafood Stew
This Spanish inspired dish is chock full of savory-ness! Just a whiff sends me back to warm spring days sitting outside in a waterfront cafe sipping the local rosé, wishing everyday could be as blissful.
Fried Green Tomatoes & Crab Meat with Sauce Ravigote
Fried green tomatoes & crab meat with sauce ravigote is one of my all-time fave brunch dishes – especially when you need to impress! Ravigote means “reinvigorated” in French and is a jazzed up
This is a whole spice chicken curry recipe in which almost everyone will rave! It may look a bit complicated but is straight forward once you get into it and the flavors are so much brighter and intense than using
While thumbing through an old Fine Cooking Magazine recently, looking for ideas and inspiration, I opened the dog-eared page of a recipe I have made many times (and LOVE!) This recipe belongs to Chef Daniel Boulud and it is his personal take
Easy, quick, light and delicious! I like to add a melange of steamed veggies (broccoli, carrot, onion and mushrooms) right before serving so they absorb the flavor of the sauce – yum!
Wine Pairing: Try a lighter bodied Pinot Noir such as
Wine Pairing: To compliment this recipe, we recommend Margerum Riviera Rosé (750ml – $17.99). This wine is bursting with aromas of framboise, watermelon candy and spice. It finishes dry, there is an incredible fruit plushness of wild strawberry on the palate
CINNAMON ROASTED CHICKEN WITH POBLANO VINIAGRETTE AND CORN PUDDING
One of our Cool Springs Wines & Spirits team members tried this recipe recently from Cafe Annie in Houston, TX. It was a hit at her house!
Wine Pairing: This is a perfect dish
Check out this week’s spin on a classic. Which came first, the chicken or the basketball? queens.
1 1/4lb. chicken cutlets, pounded until 1/4″ thick (about 8)
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
1/3 cup plus 1 tbsp. flour
I’ve always thought (and am not alone in thinking this) that the measure of a great chef or a fine restaurant, is the quality of a “simple” dish, like a roast chicken. And if I am in a restaurant where