One of my favorite things to do is visit farm stands when I’m spending time at my place on Martha’s Vineyard. The fruits and vegetables are so fresh and it’s easier than hitting the busy grocery stores. Plus, I like to support the local island farms. I make this delightfully flakey and crisp pie crust, topped with fresh and juicy peaches during the summer months. It’s is easy enough to make for your family in a pinch and fancy enough for company.
Béarnaise Sauce is a delicious French sauce made of clarified butter, emulsified in egg yolks and white wine vinegar and flavored with herbs. Béarnaise sauce is a traditional sauce for steak, but can also be used on eggs, broccoli, leeks, cod, chicken, pork, lobster, salmon, beef tenderloin, potatoes, and pretty much anything that you can think of.
Adding egg yolks takes the creamy richness of mashed potatoes to a whole new level. You’ll wonder why you never did this before.
Summer, berries, and rustic pies! If you’re a beginner baker then this pie is perfect for you. And sometimes I’m just not in the mood to make a fitted pie plate pie.
I’ve been eating sweet strawberries lately. This is a delicious cake that is not too sweet and made with fresh strawberries. When serving decorate with additional strawberries.
Fruity jelly cuts through rich, smooth peanut butter. Kids and adults of all ages love this classic flavor combination. I know that I do!
This French yogurt cake is most and delicious.