Remember how I was cooking through Michel Richard's Happy in the Kitchen? Well I went to his restaurant, Citronelle, and he was in the house and came by our table. Check out the photos below.
Michel & I
This recipe cleverly used rice paper to contain romaine leaves to make a utensil free salad. It is called Romaine on Romaine because the dressing/dipping sauce also contains romaine lettuce. And it uses the lettuce ribs chunked up to create t... Read more
This is another recipe of a dish I've eaten at Citronelle. It has roasted tomatoes, potato crisps, and lobster with ginger mayo. I let my husband process the lobster because of a bad experience I had once.
DC has had a lot of snow this year. A LOT! One day it was snowing and I was desperate to get to work so as not to use leave (we never get off for weather and we don't get a lot of leave) but it just wasn't happening. My husband dug out my car... Read more
Hey there. I've still been cooking like made but have not had any time to post. Since my last post I've made:
Bacon Olive Onion Potato Stew
Pea Basil Potato Puree
Beet Potato Puree
Jolly Green Brussel Sprouts
Steak with Syrah Sa... Read more
Again in this recipe, Michel Richard uses potato as a substitue for rice and uses the bennriner to get a rice like size and shape out of the potato. The potato is rinsed and kept in cold water. It was so cold we just kept it outside.
In this cookbook there are a lot of recipes for pureed potatoes - some with basil and peas, some with beets, and some with bacon. I went for the garlic recipe because I LOVE garlic. First garlic cloves are blanched 2 times to get the pungenc... Read more