Classic Dish: Tournedos Rossini

The classics sometimes get a bad name, associated with stuffy old restaurants that are no longer stylish, or even in existence. But there are reasons that these recipes became classics. In this series we will share some of those stories, and our versions of the recipes so that you can rediscover these dishes at home….

5 Recipes for Great Game Day Grub

For us, half the fun of the season’s final game is in the food. We’ll cheer for sticky ribs, spicy wings (with truffle butter!), and fragrant chili. So whichever team you root for (or none at all), tackle one of our hall-of-fame recipes on game day and enjoy the taste of victory. Shop our Game…

Meet the Mushroom: Black Trumpet

This is a mushroom that goes by many names: black chanterelle, black trumpet, horn of plenty, poor man’s truffle. In Latin it is Craterellus cornucopioide. Without a separated stem and cap, the mushroom looks like an elongated funnel. The aromatic, thin-walled and delicate fungi range in color from grayish brown to almost black. Beautiful velvety…

Cassoulet War for Home Cooks!

Our Cassoulet War is coming home! For those who cannot make it to the New York event on February 20th, there is another way to get in on the action. Now you can participate in your own kitchen, and feel the love on social media. How does it work? Cook and share your best cassoulet…

Classic Dish: Coq au Vin

The classics sometimes get a bad name, associated with stuffy old restaurants that are no longer stylish, or even in existence. But there are reasons that these recipes became classics. In this series we will share some of those stories, and our versions of the recipes so that you can rediscover these dishes at home….

Stop the World & Melt Some Cheese

It’s National Cheese Lover’s Day today! And we love cheese, don’t you? We love cheese with charcuterie. See our pairings below in this blog post.   We love it creamy and blue on a steak. Click for the recipe.   We love cheddar cheese baked in bread. If you do, too … here’s the recipe. Bacon…

Top 7 Recipes in a Roll

What is it about food in a roll? Sushi rolls, so many wraps, burritos, rolled and tied roasts, egg rolls, enchiladas, spring rolls and summer rolls, crepes, dolmades … to name just a few. And think of the sweet rolls, too: cannoli, cake rolls, cinnamon buns, even the croissant is rolled. What are your favorite…

In the Kitchen with Ariane: Cassoulet

Cassoulet season has officially begun! With cold weather comes the irresistible urge to  enjoy a hot bowl of this ultimate comfort food. Watch Ariane making cassoulet with Jake Cohen at the Tasting Table kitchen, and learn the principles (and rules) of cooking this classic dish. Once you understand the basics, it’s easy to improvise and create…

5 Chili Recipes to Try Now

This time of year there’s nothing better than a pot of bubbling chili on the stove – or in the slow cooker – scenting the house with its powerful aromas. When cooking for game day, chili is practically a requirement. It makes an easy weekend dinner for the family, and can provide leftovers for lunch or…

Classic Dish: Beef Wellington

The classics sometimes get a bad name, associated with stuffy old restaurants that are no longer stylish, or even in existence. But there are reasons that these recipes became classics. In this series we will share some of those stories, and our versions of the recipes so that you can rediscover these dishes at home….

Eat More Wild Boar

Tap into your inner caveman and eat wild boar! What is wild boar? It’s a hybrid of Old World boar and escaped domestic pigs, and termed by the USDA as “feral swine.” These wild boar number in the millions, and are running rampant in 39 states where they cause damage to agricultural crops, gardens, destroy native…

New Arrival: Veal Tomahawk Chop

Calling all veal aficionados! There’s a new cut of veal on our website. The tomahawk chop, sometimes called a lollipop chop, has a long rib bone that is frenched for elegant presentation. Look at this beauty… Twelve ounces of tender, velvety veal. Rosy pink and perfect for a special meal. The tomahawk chop is a favorite cut…