Last year I made a classic (sort of) Italian dish of thin veal scallops wrapped around asparagus called Involtini.
Since I can never leave something alone I decided to make it again, but this time I wanted thin turkey scallops.
And, of course, green garlic because, well, green garlic!
Most importantly….. Yay France!
Turkey Rolls with Asparagus and Green
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Does anyone else remember recipe cards?
This was before the internet, way back in the beginning of time. People used to get stuff in the mail.
There were lots of opportunities for subscriptions that would send you books or music or plates or whatever every month.
I got a few cookbook series that way, which I still have (of course) … Continue reading.....
I was tempted to leave the chard in the garden for the winter. It’s mild enough here that chard is considered a winter crop by most people, not a summer crop.
I prefer it in summer when the leaves are more tender. They tend to get thick and a bit tough as the weather cools and the plants get bigger.… Continue reading.....
This is another quiche with a shredded potato crust… Our new favorite and so easy.
Thin turkey cutlets cook quickly making the prep fast and easy.
Use the same skillet for everything: quickly sauté the turkey, then remove to a plate. Do the onions next, adding the chard at the end just to it wilts and fits into the quiche … Continue reading.....
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Details after the recipe.
Food should always come before the technical stuff….. One needs one’s strength, after all.
This will be the last salad of the season. With the beginning of September my thoughts turn away from fresh greens and towards fresh pizzas.
This … Continue reading.....
Spaghetti Squash, take III
I think I’m getting the hang of these squashes.
We were very happy with it as a simple vegetable, but I wanted to try it a bit more creatively.
We were very happy with this effort as well.
The only problem is that the mushroom soy sauce is so lovely and thick…. and shiny. I … Continue reading.....
I could be in a rut here…
But, it is asparagus season, and mon mari doesn’t know how to buy it in less than 2 kilo lots (4.5 lbs) so expect to see a lot of recipes using asparagus in the near future.
This is his favorite time of year. He gets to eat all the ‘A’s’: asparagus, artichokes and … Continue reading.....
It’s getting closer….
I’m referring to the biggest food holiday on the U.S. calender: Turkey Day, aka Thanksgiving Day.
Some say they like T-Day best because it’s about the food and family without the hassle of presents, like Christmas.
Some say they like T-Day best because of all the leftovers.
I mean, if one is going to bother making a … Continue reading.....