Dinner

Rabbit in the Style of Prudhomme

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This recipe would be familiar to Cajuns as rabbit with a Sauce Piquant or Piquante.  In Cajun cuisine, Sauce Piquant is a spicy, tomato-based stew made

Baked Brandied Mushroom Chicken

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This is just sooo good. For this dish, I bought chicken breast quarters and removed the wings. The secret is trimming the chicken breasts of excess

Coq au Vin

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Several things made this dish wonderful.  First, the stewing hen from Dorignac’s (which the butcher kindly cut up for me) was the most delicious flavorful

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MR. WONG’S NOODLES

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Am I the only woman in the world who finds Boris Karloff a little sexy?  Is it the lisp?  The mischievous lift of his eyebrows? 

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MUSSELS PROVENCAL WITH POMMES FRITES

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I found this recipe in my recipe-scrap book, and it really took me back.  Pre-Katrina, I cooked dinner for SRS (he knows who he is!).

Dr. Bombay’s Rack of Lamb

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CALLING DR. BOMBAY.  EMERGENCY!  COME RIGHT AWAY! This is the same recipe as Endora’s lamb chops (on this site) except I grilled a 4 chop

Cowgirl Rib-Eye and Onion Rings

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My FIRST LOVE was a cowboy.  It may have been Marshal Dillon.  It may have been Jimmy Dean. It may even have been John Wayne. 

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Candied Bacon, Fluffy Eggs & Marmalade Toast

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BREAKFAST FOR DINNER.  This is a perfect weeknight supper when you want something good and homey, but you don’t have tons of time.  A plate

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MONTEREY VINIAGRETTE

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This vinaigrette is soooo good.  It’s bacony and sweet and tangy.  If you don’t have the apple vinaigrette I got from Monterey’s Tasty Wine Bar

The Griddleburger

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    WHO DOESN’T LOVE A GOOD BURGER???

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