Ripe autumn olives, an invasive but delicious tree berry, are slightly sweet-tart and pleasingly tannic. The tangy hit of flavor from the autumn olives is the perfect foil to rich, buttery lamb chops, encrusted in cumin, coriander, and black pepper. This recipe is a perfect way to make something special and celebrate the holidays. You will be blown away by how tasty this creation is!
This caramelized peanut loaf, made with roasted peanut oil, stays moist and tender with the essence of peanut gracing every crumb, not just the burnished nuts on top. Sometimes the caramel seeps down into gooey little pockets in the cake below – a welcome surprise for any snacker.
Think past salad with this golden frittata seasoned with creamy and rich La Tourangelle green goddess dressing. Packed with fresh herbs, parmigiano reggiano, and springy asparagus this frittata is a fresh addition to any breakfast or brunch table.
This dish offers an alternative to typical holiday entertaining fare. Crispy pan-seared chicken thighs are served in a cream sauce with sautéed wild mushrooms and topped with fried crispy, fragrant sage leaves. The earthy mushrooms complement the creamy, sage-laced sauce while the chicken skin keeps the meat tender and moist.