Winter & Spring (Canal House Cooking, Volume 3)
Christopher Hirsheimer, Melissa Hamilton
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CANAL HOUSE COOKING VOLUME, N° 3, WINTER & SPRING is a collection of our favorite winter and spring recipes, ones we cook for ourselves, our friends, and our families all during the cold winter months and straight through the exciting arrival of spring. It's filled with recipes that will make you want to run into the kitchen and start cooking.
We are home cooks writing about home cooking for other home cooks. Our recipes are easy to prepare and completely doable for the novice and experienced cook alike. We make jars of marmalade for teatime and to gift to our friends. We warm and nourish ourselves with hearty soups and big pots of stews and braises. We roll out pasta and make cannelloni for weekend or special occasion gatherings.We roast root vegetables in the winter and lamb in the spring.
Canal House Cooking, Volume N° 3, Winter & Spring is the third book of our award-winning series of seasonal recipes. We publish three volumes a year: Summer, Fall & Holiday, and Winter & Spring, each filled with delicious recipes for you from us. Cook all year long with Canal House Cooking!
59 delicious triple-tested recipes
Tablespoons freshly grated, peeled horseradish or drained prepared horseradish Juice of ½ lemon 1 cup whipped cream 1 small bunch fresh chives, minced Salt and pepper Put the meat, bay leaves, and peppercorns into a large, heavy pot and cover with cold water. Bring to a boil, skimming any foam. Reduce heat to maintain a gentle simmer. Partially cover the pot and simmer until the meat is very tender, about 3 hours. Transfer the meat to a platter and loosely cover with foil. Strain the broth,.
Increase the speed to high and beat the whites until they are thick, stiff, and glossy. The total beating time depends on the freshness of the egg whites and the power of your electric mixer and we’ve found it can take about 5 minutes and sometimes up to 10 minutes. Fold the vinegar and vanilla into the whites. Pile the meringue into the center of the parchment paper and gently smooth it out to form a thick 9-inch circle. Put the meringue into the oven and bake for 1 hour. Turn off the oven and.
Sugar, cinnamon stick, and lemon zest and juice into a medium saucepan. Bring to a gentle boil over medium heat, stirring until the sugar dissolves. Reduce the heat to medium-low, add the apricots to the syrup, cover, and simmer until they are plump, about 15 minutes. Remove the pan from the heat and the lid from the pan. Let the apricots cool in the syrup. (The apricots will keep in the syrup in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.) Drain the apricots, reserving the syrup for another use. Discard.
Taste tinny. Red-fleshed blood oranges come into markets in January; however, navel or other “orange” oranges make fine substitutes. 2 blood oranges ½ teaspoon Dijon mustard 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice Salt and pepper 3–4 tablespoons really good extra-virgin olive oil 1 jar (14.8 ounces) hearts of palm, drained and halved lengthwise Small head frisée lettuce Working with one orange at a time, slice the ends off the fruit. Set the orange on one of the cut ends and slice off the rind and.
White pith, exposing the flesh. Working over a bowl to catch any juice, slice between each fruit segment, cutting it away from the membrane and let the segments and juice fall into the bowl. Squeeze any juice from the spent fruit into the bowl. Stir the mustard and lemon juice together in a wide bowl. Add a bit of salt and some pepper, then stir in the blood orange juices from the first bowl. Whisk in the olive oil. Taste the vinaigrette and season to your liking. Add the hearts of palm to the.