Monthly Archives: January 2011

Le Creuset – Veal and Mushroom Pot Pies

I love this sink! Veal should be a light pink, otherwise it’s teenaged cow, or just cow Veal stew with mushrooms, leeks, and creme fraiche   Rwandan Marble I’m eating this one

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Le Creuset Mini Casseroles

This gives you an idea of the size Our son gave me a set of 4 Le Creuset mini casseroles for Christmas.  Big boy!  I had been obsessing over them every time I went to the store.  I just couldn’t … Continue reading

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Lamb and Potato Roast Recycle/Muffuletta on Baguette

Lamb Stew Muffuletta on Baguette Watching Eric work on the upstairs, I decided to make a stew from the previous recipe of lamb and potatoes.   I sauteed some onions, added carrots, chopped lamb and the potatoes with gravy.   … Continue reading

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Aunt Kay’s Beans

Before baking:  Tastes almost as good  I like this mixture of American and French Products My sister requested this recipe.   I made this side dish for a barbecue during a family reunion; I think it was 1983 or 84. … Continue reading

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Arni me Patates sto Fourno: Greek Roast Lamb with Potatoes

Old school meat and potatoes A liberal sprinkling of oregano This reminds me of the kinds of meals we had when I was a kid.  Nothing too exotic, but wholesome and filling.   GREEK ROAST LAMB WITH POTATOES 1 baby … Continue reading

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Oxtails Part I

Each oxtail is cut about 1 1/2 inches thick I found these gorgeous oxtails in the market at the Tete de Veau Triperie.   A triperie specializes in selling offal, in other words, those nasty bits like tripe, liver, stomach, … Continue reading

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Honey Mustard Coquelet or Chicken Little

I found this “coquelet” in the market yesterday.    It looks like a Cornish game hen, so I’m going to cook it like one.  I love honey mustard glaze; it’s simple to prepare and tastes good on poultry, pork and fish. HONEY … Continue reading

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