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1-2) Marie’s Meatballs – p 113, Brown Gravy – p 41, Parsnip and Cardamom Puree – p 114, and Cranberry Sauce – p 115. This dinner was divine. I usually make roast potatoes with Scandinavian meatballs and gravy, and adore the parsnip and cardamom puree. The house smelled amazing! In the gravy, she lists just a tablespoon of brown goat’s cheese. It’s optional, and everything will be wonderful if you skip it. I happened to have some in the fridge, so I thought I’d add a pic in case anyone’s unfamiliar and is cheese-curious.
3) Orange and Clove Roast Chicken with Pears and Butternut Squash – p 213. Really yummy and the taste is so different. I love it when that much produce is packed in a recipe. On this one, I found that mine took a considerable amount of time longer than the recipe mentioned. I’ll probably move half the fruits and vegetables to a second pan next time to increase surface area, and try to decrease the time. That said, as long as you go with an internal temperature on the chicken to determine doneness instead of the time, you’ll have a lovely dinner.
4) Baked Mont D’Or with Honeycomb and Garlic – p 83. I couldn’t get my hands on a Mont D’Or, so I had to go with another soft, flavorful cheese. I love the addition of honeycomb, garlic, and rosemary.
5) Truffled Yorkshire Pudding – p 28, with Onion Gravy – p 29. Yum! It’s kind of like a savory Dutch baby.
6) Ruby-Red Rhubarb Soup – p 120. My daughter smiled, “This tastes like Christmas.” It’s filled with vanilla bean and cinnamon.
7) Tomato Tarte Tatin with Burrata – This one’s amazing. I love the contrasts of honeyed tomato with olives and a buttery puff pastry. If you can’t get your hands on Burrata at your store, it’s like mozzarella’s creamier cousin. The burrata’s awesome, but you could sub in really fresh mozzarella if you had to.
Some others I have flagged to try: Fig and Pecan No Knead Bread – p 24 * Waldorf Salad – p 27 * Tarragon Butter Baked Scallops – p 33 * Chorizo Macaroni and Cheese – p 36 * Truffled Vegetable Toad in the Hole * Kale and Almond Soup – p 87 * Roast Potatoes – p 107 * Fennel and Potato Soup – p 116 * Caramel Popcorn – p 130 * Artichokes with My Mother’s Creamy Lemon Butter Sauce – p 144 * Summer Panzanella – p 163
*I received a review copy to explore and share my thoughts on.