This flaming saganaki (read: fried cheese on fire) will have you shouting ‘Opa’!
Pâté sounds harder to make than it really is, but sous vide style cooking makes this recipe a cinch! Pair it with toasted artisan bread and a few pickled vegetables of your choice!
One of the house favorites at Ouisie’s Table in H-Town, pan-seared and prepared with their sassy sauce, grilled asparagus, and Louisiana’s favorite starch…rice with French bread for dipping!
These exceptional enchiladas were featured on Executive Chef Danny Trace’s NOLA-Style Mardi Gras Menu on Fat Tuesday! Plated with Walker’s fire roasted tomatillo salsa, Pepper Jack cheese and Mirliton pico de gallo.
Chef Michael Sohocki of Restaurant Gwendolyn has revolutionized the classic recipe for eggnog by adding burning oak to everyone’s favorite holiday sip! Cheers!
Tres leches cake was first introduced to San Antonio in 1989, largely through the efforts of Blanca Aldaco. Since then, you can find it at numerous places across town, but Aldaco still serves the best to be had.
This is a variation of a recipe Emeril does. I experimented this weekend…added a few ingredients…and LOVED the result-so did my husband. This is a beautiful, elegant dish. I served mine with a rich chardonnay-divine!
Chef Juan Camero with Cent Onze in Barcelona not only showed me how to make his mother’s incredible Paella dish, he gave me the recipe! There are two secrets, he says, to really great Paella. Chef Juan Camero with Cent Onze in Barcelona not only showed me how to make his mother’s incredible Paella dish, […]