Blackberry Sauce from The Cast Iron Skillet

Blackberry Sauce from The Cast Iron Skillet

  This recipe, from The Cast Iron Skillet Cookbook, displays the skills and Seattle-terroir of authors Sharon Kramis, Julie Kramis Hearne and Charity Burggraff. I blogged a full recipe earlier, this sauce with a fennel-seared pork loin. It was sumptuous, but I...
Pork Roast with Garlic-Parmesan Cream

Pork Roast with Garlic-Parmesan Cream

In a word, this dish is a surprise, a wonderful surprise. The word “shoulder” has origins that can be traced back only a few hundred years. In Old High German, it may have meant “shield” which strikes notes of strength and firmness. Today, a...
Sauce Gribiche

Sauce Gribiche

One central reason for the beloved quality of French food is the sauces: the range of flavor and intensities is a treasure trove for us. There is, sadly, a little reluctance to go treasure hunting. Truth is, we are all too often in a fast food mood. We are having...
Blueberry Sauce from Bakeless Sweets

Blueberry Sauce from Bakeless Sweets

  When summer peaks, so does our interest in fruits. Suzen’s interest in vegetables also peaks but, frankly my dear, I don’t give a … No, I care. I do. It’s just that I’m focused on the fruits of the season. One thing at a time....
Butterscotch Sauce

Butterscotch Sauce

Last year, for the 4th, I suggested a Butterscotch Roll-up Cake. The cake was rolled in a combination of whipped cream and rich butterscotch sauce that had been folded into one diabetic dream. Butterscotch is a variant of caramel and, when well made, is outrageously...