Sultry isn't a word often used to describe food, but that is exactly what this version of a rich demi-glacé is. Made with a reduced bone broth and further flavored with black truffle carpaccio, this elegant reduction is a beautiful addition to grilled, seared, or roasted meats.
Quick-roasted brussels sprouts and morel mushrooms are so simple. By boiling them first, the roasting time is cut down drastically and the dressing adds a slight sweetness and a bit of tang, which works beautifully with the earthy mushrooms and spicy chorizo.
Saffron, oranges, and cream are a timeless mix of culinary flavor often used for ice creams and gelato in many parts of the world. For this recipe, we gave it a little twist with the beloved crème brûlée. We love the way the silky smooth tastes when infused with orange and saffron.
This beautiful appetizer can be sipped, shot, or served with a spoon. The delicate truffle flavor shines when paired with the simple ingredients like potatoes. It is made with truffle carpaccio, which can be blended into the recipe to flavor every bite and used atop as an unexpected garnish.
Tender Pork Loin Braised in Saffron and Coconut Milk is an exciting recipe to try and results in an impressive, comforting dish that is perfect for cooler weather. The sauce is a blend of sweet and savory and, though dairy-free, is incredibly creamy!
This winter salad, tossed in a creamy orange clove dressing will soon become your favorite holiday and post-holiday salad. The post includes simple instructions for making your own emulsified salad dressing.
Slightly breakfast, possibly dessert, this churro French toast with fresh ground Ceylon cinnamon and nutmeg is easy to make and even better to enjoy. Try with some fresh vanilla bean gelato for the ultimate indulgence.
Homemade Mulled Wine is made using a large variety of spices. It's everything you could want in a winter beverage—hot, sweet, spicy, tart, & a little boozy (if you add bourbon or brandy).
These Cream Cheese Peanut Butter Mini Muffins are gluten-free, moist, and delicious. You know cream cheese cookies are good but have you tried cream cheese muffins? The Ceylon cinnamon and applesauce kick the flavor up for a delectable treat at any time of day!
The Frothy Pisco Sour with Cardamom, Clove, and Vanilla Simple Syrup is an outstanding cocktail to have in your mixology repertoire. It's actually quite simple to make and as equally impressive in flavor and aesthetic appeal.