Posts Tagged Gordon Ramsay
So my wife would be returning home tonight from her family trip and she requested a simple vegetable soup that didn’t require a stock base. After looking around a bit, I found Chef Ramsay’s broccoli soup and some guidance notes at epicurious.com ( https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/member/views/gordon-ramsays-broccoli-soup-50090789 ); after watching Chef Ramsay’s video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KR44a_5v_A , I revised […]
So how do I celebrate Christmas at home…?
I do decent fried eggs/omlettes, but every now and then I want scrambled eggs for breakfast. Not the solid mass of stuff you get at hotel breakfast buffets, but the real soft, slighty wet creamy scramble that can be absorbed by some nice toast… I’ve tried making it over the years with inconsistent results. So […]
Previously, on tastingmenu.wordpress.com – * https://tastingmenu.wordpress.com/2014/01/25/individual-beef-wellingtons/ So, I was thinking about the wellingtons I’d recently done and how I might go about improving the dish with a sauce. A good friend of mine recently told me that Chef Ramsay had been serving the wellingtons with a dark (red wine?) sauce on episodes of Hell’s Kitchen. […]
I started thinking about what I wanted to do for special occasions/holidays. I finally came upon the notion of doing individual Wellingtons in honor of a dear long departed friend who made this festive dish for a crowd years ago. After some searching, I finally came across Chef Gordon Ramsay’s version. [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLr9_-tVyWbsk6LCowfwYllrPZ5t0wcLSU&v=FS8u1RBdf6I%5D The online recipe […]
Being a New Englander during the holidays made me think about how I would take a traditional dish and make it my own with a personal twist. A main course dish that I had in mind was pan roasted duck breast; and I thought I’d pair it with an iconic New England holiday dish – […]