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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Potimarron Aux Cochon (Winter squash filled with roast pork)

Sweet baby orange hubbard squash is filled with butter, brown sugar, roast pork and applewood smoked bacon for a fall meal that filled with flavour. A truly memorable Sunday feast. And guess what? It’s easy to make….. The Recipe! 1 small pork roast, about 2 lbs Few strips of naturally cured bacon (no nitrates or … Continue reading »

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Pétoncle Lardon (Scallops with Bacon Ribbons)

Sweet, tender ocean scallops are pan seared in the glorious taste of bacon, surrounded by crispy ribbons of flavor. Easy, elegant and very flavorful. Done in less than 30 minutes. The Recipe! 6 large sea scallops per person 3 strips of bacon 1 medium ripe tomato, seeded and diced Herbs de Province Sea salt and … Continue reading »

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Crevettes aux Poivrons (Sweet Pepper with Mushrooms, Leek and Shrimp)

Sweet pepper is pan seared and filled with a leek and mushroom sauté and then topped with tender shrimp. Pretty AND amazing…..and in only 30 minutes. The Recipe! 2 large sweet red, yellow or orange peppers 1 leek, 3/4 of the green removed and diced 5 large mushrooms, diced 1/4 cup of raspberry vinegar or … Continue reading »

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Asperges Lardon

Amazing flavors with little effort on this beautiful asparagus recipe make a fine lunch or side vegetable. Make smiles around your dinner table when you bring this gorgeous presentation out to them. The Recipe! 1 bundle of green asparagus 1 bundle of white asparagus 4 slices of bacon for recipe, plus 1 slice per serving … Continue reading »

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Palordes Aux Pomme De Terre

Small roasted potatoes are filled with tender, sweet clams with a tarragon butter sauce. Another fine example of showcasing the succulent gifts of the sea. The Recipe! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 3-4 small (about 3 inches long) potatoes per person, oven roasted (375 degrees for 35-40 min) 2 lbs of steamer clams, steamed and cleaned. 1/4 cup of … Continue reading »

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Poulet Citron (Lemon Chicken)

With the arrival of the cool fall days and nights, what I really was craving was a slow cooked lemon chicken dish that is based on an old French recipe of the family. It is a type of confit as well, where it slowly bastes itself and makes for just about the most succulent and … Continue reading »

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Épinard Saucisses (Slow Roasted Sausage with Baby Spinach and Potato)

Succulent sausage is combined with small potatoes, baby spinach and sweet onion in a delectable brown gravy infused with garden herbs. A one pot French meal that will satisfy and gladden the hearts of all that surround your table on a cool Fall evening. The Recipe! ~~~~~~~~~~~~ 3 Lbs of fresh sweet sausage 1 Lb … Continue reading »

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Live Broadcast Tonight on WATD 95.9!!

Hey my friends! I will be on a live broadcast tonight (10/3) on a very popular cooking/food radio show called “Somethings Cooking” from about 7:20-8:00 PM talking about cooking technique (specifically Reduction of Sauces, Thickening Agents, Methods and Liasons). They are are powerful 50,000 watt radio station on the South Shore of Boston, or can … Continue reading »

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