Posts tagged as meats

Chicken Piccata with Radish Ramp & Pea Shoot Salad

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on May 13, 2011 at 12:40pm

We all need to jazz up a chicken breast from time-to-time and this quick recipe, inspired by a Naomi Pomeroy recipe in the Wall Street Journal, does so nicely. I’m a big fan of crispy, buttery chicken skin, so I’ll often ask the butcher to take several breasts off the bone while I stroll around…

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Fried Tomato BLT

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on May 4, 2011 at 6:45am

Are you craving spring? I am. In fact, if you follow me on Twitter you’re probably ready to personally arrange for warm weather just to shut me up. I’m trying to be patient, I really am. You know what helps? A ridiculous amount of pork, via the stunning charcuterie that Chef Mike Phillips is creating…

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Poached Egg, Crispy Pork Belly, & Watercress On (Gluten-Free) Rice Flour-Potato Pancake with Bacon-Maple Vinaigrette

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Apr 19, 2011 at 5:26pm

I worked out this decadent, completely over-the-top (gluten-free!) dish with the help of friends Andrew Zimmern, Scott Pampuch, and Ken Okumura. A delicious, collaborative blast. Recipe for Poached Egg, Crispy Pork Belly, & Watercress on Rice Flour-Potato Pancake with Bacon-Maple Vinagrette (whew!) at Dara & Co./Minnesota Monthly Magazine. Have at it! PS I realize that’s…

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Poached Eggs with Vegetables & Taklia (Coriander Seeds & Garlic Toasted in Butter)

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Apr 10, 2011 at 1:19pm

Make the Chicken with Taklia (Coriander Seeds & Garlic Toasted in Butter) and Sauteed Spinach (posted below) for dinner, then have poached eggs for breakfast the next day. That’s pretty much the routine in this house. In fact, I saved the chicken pan drippings and used them to saute the cabbage and spinach in this…

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Chicken with Taklia (Coriander Seeds & Garlic Toasted in Butter) and Sauteed Spinach

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Apr 9, 2011 at 10:51am

Thanks to Daniel Klein’s Chilled Carrot Soup with Coriander Yogurt & Daylilies recipe, which I posted this week at Dara & Co./Minnesota Monthly Magazine, I am obsessed with toasted coriander seeds. The fragrance off the hot skillet is at once fresh and warm, totally sexy, everything I want now that spring is finally showing its…

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Roast Chicken Sandwich with Pickled Marmalade

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Mar 29, 2011 at 2:43pm

I am so starved for spring color that freshly washed cars look like candy to me. I said the other day, “Oh my gosh, that red car looks absolutely delicious.” My teen son looked at me and asked, “Why do you live in Minnesota?” It’s a fair question, given my oft-bemoaned sensory deprivation, and given…

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Beef Brisket Tacos

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Mar 14, 2011 at 8:01am

I took this picture after…6 pm!  That is so outstanding I can barely contain myself.  It’s been a long, dark winter in Minnesota and while it’s still cold as hell, with a thick blanket of dirty snow covering everything (the color of despair as my Twitter friend @ChefSpencerGray called it, perfect), there is light.  Lalalight!…

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Collard Greens (Paleo, AIP-Friendly)

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Mar 10, 2011 at 5:07pm

I’ve been meaning to post this recipe since the holidays, when I brought this dish to my aunt Mary & uncle Bruce’s house for Christmas Day. Time flies… Actually, time doesn’t fly in Minnesota between December and March, so I’m not sure what my excuse is. But no matter, here it is. Collard greens, for…

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Bacon Jam

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Mar 1, 2011 at 10:52am

Recipe for Bacon Jam at Dara & Co./Minnesota Monthly Magazine.

Chicken Braised in Coconut Milk

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Feb 27, 2011 at 5:42pm

This recipe is a total cheat. It’s the same base as the Beef Braised in Coconut Milk I posted awhile back, with a whole chicken in the pot instead of a beef roast. I’ve been meaning to do this for ages – even last week I picked up a chicken and coconut milk. The store…

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