Potato Gratin-A Perfect Accompaniment

Potato Gratin Gratin Dauphinois Serves 4 Are you planning a special Christmas menu as we are?  One of our traditional favorites is Gratin Dauphinois, the perfect accompaniment to any meat, poultry, pork or fish dish. We recommend using small to medium sized, high quality, low-starch potato varieties such as Charlotte, New, Fingerlings or White Round….

Pizza Bianca

Pizza Bianca White Pizza Serves 2 We’re kicking off the summer with recipes that include locally sourced ingredients from within our community as well as the fruits of our new adventures in vegetable and herb gardening. Although we are eating lighter and healthier during the summer months, pizza in any form is a must all…

White Bordeaux Sangria

White Bordeaux Sangria Sangria Bordeaux Blanc With the waning days of summer, there is still time to grab your basket and gather up some fruit for a refreshing white Bordeaux sangria! Celebrate the end of summer by mixing up a white or red French Bordeaux wine with the best of fruits in season. For added…

Eggplant Parmesan

Eggplant Parmesan A Classic Italian Dish Eggplant Parmesan is the first recipe share from one of our fellow home cook contributors and French Culinary Institute graduate, Carole Lawrence. While on a recent trip to Italy, Carole spent much of her time sourcing the local farmers markets and cooking up a storm – experimenting with new…

Mango Sorbet

Mango Sorbet Sorbet à la Mangue Serves 2 Whether you’re mixing up a French Sorbet, Italian Sorbetto or an American Sherbet this summer, these variations of frozen, low-cal desserts blend perfectly with fresh mangoes straight from the tree.  Packed full of vitamin C and folate, this juicy tropical stone fruit can also be savored in…

Vichyssoise Soup

Vichyssoise Soup Soupe Vichyssoise Serves 2 The origin of Vichyssoise is a subject of debate among the culinary elite, including beloved American chef, writer and television personality, Julia Child and Louis Diat, a world renowned French chef and culinary writer who cooked for nobility, prime ministers and ambassadors. But in keeping with our love of folklore and all…