This focaccia is simple and utterly delicious! Pillowy and soft, it makes the perfect base for any sandwich or eaten on its own, dipped in olive oil and a touch of balsamic vinegar. The contrast of the honey with smoked sea salt will send your taste buds into a joyous frenzy!
Black Trumpet Mushrooms and Chives turn this risotto into a hearty risotto that is full of flavor of smoky and earthy black trumpets. This is a perfect creamy vegetarian risotto that can be a side or main dish!
We've kicked classic potato gratin up with truffle and black pepper—using thinly sliced potatoes, layering them in a baking dish, covering with truffle and pepper-infused cream, and baking until golden brown and bubbly. You're going to love this classic potato dish!
Describing the flavor of truffles is kind of like describing wine or olive oil. The long list of potential descriptors will be utilized differently from one person to the next. Generally, they are said to be earthy, sweet, savory, and intensely flavorful. It's best to keep their application simple to fully experience their unique flavor profile.
Olivier Salad, Russian Potato Salad with Chicken and Celery Root is a Traditional and popular winter dish eaten around the holidays in Russia and in the post-Soviet countries. Loaded with root vegetables and boiled meat, the Russian variety might just become your new go-to potato salad recipe.
Kimchi, or Korean pickled cabbage with garlic, ginger, and chilies, is the heart and soul of Korean cuisine. It's also full of healthy and gut-friendly probiotics. This is a very simple recipe for homemade kimchi that requires few ingredients and tastes better than store-bought.