Close
You have no items in your shopping cart.
Search
Filters

Dress Up the Ordinary

View as Grid List
Sort by
Display per page

Recipe: Braised Winter Vegetables with Butter and Herbs

Perfect cold weather comfort food: hearty root vegetables, fennel, and onion, gently braised in our veggie stock, then tossed with a little butter and chopped fresh herbs. This dish is the perfect side for roast chicken or pork, or serve it up as a main course over rice, mashed potatoes, or couscous--or add more stock to make a warming soup.

Recipe: Bratwursts Braised in Beer

Fresh bratwurst sausages, simmered in beer and onions and then grilled, are known as "Wisconsin's Soul Food." Nestled in a chewy roll, slathered with good brown mustard and served with a side of German potato salad, there's nothing better. We add a dollop of our Glace de Viande to the beer for an extra hit of savory flavor.

Recipe: Brisket of Beef

Nothing says comfort like beef brisket, cooked slowly for hours until it's tender and juicy. The tempting aroma will fill your home and bring the family to the table ready for dinner.

Recipe: Brown Rice Salad with Tomatoes and Green Beans

A great summer side dish: Brown rice is cooked in our Glace de Poulet for an extra hit of flavor then tossed with crisp green beans, juicy tomatoes, and a tangy mustard-tarragon dressing. The perfect accompaniment to grilled burgers, pork chops, chicken, or veggies.

Recipe: Caramel Pecan Squares

A tender, sweet crust topped with a rich topping of pecans enrobed in caramel--a decadent combination of flavors and textures. The secret ingredient? Our Graisse de Canard Gold rendered duck fat. We add it to the crust and the caramel topping for an extra dimension of flavor in these terrific pastries. Enjoy!

Recipe: Carrot Purée

This simple purée highlights the natural sweet and savory flavor of carrots. It's a delicious side dish for fish, poultry, or meat and adds a beautiful splash of color to the plate.

Recipe: Chef Mick's Grilled Game Steaks with Berry Sauce

Thanks to Chef Michaelangelo (Mick) Rosacci of Tony's Market in Denver for this luscious sauce recipe that makes the perfect accent for bison, venison, or elk steaks hot off the grill. All you do is add some berries and preserves to our Red Wine Sauce recipe! Chef Mick recommends trying the sauce with grilled game burgers, and it's also delicious with beef, veal, or lamb.

Recipe: Chicken and Buttermilk Sage Dumplings

This dish is a comfort food classic for good reason: tender chicken in a savory broth topped with delicate dumplings will warm you heart and soul on the chilliest day. We add garlic and thyme to the broth and flavor the dumpling with sage for a little extra goodness.

Recipe: Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya

This classic Cajun dish is traditionally made with leftovers mixed with tasty, seasoned rice studded with onions, celery and peppers. This from-scratch version uses tender chicken thighs and spicy andouille sausage, but feel free to adapt it with whatever you have on hand.

Recipe: Chicken and Spring Vegetables in Lemon Caper Sauce

Crisp breaded chicken cutlets with delicate spring vegetables in a bright, lemon-scented sauce--the perfect dish for your spring table. Quick and delicious!

Recipe: Chicken Fondue with Herb Dipping Sauce

A fresh twist on fondue: chunks of chicken are simmered in a savory broth flavored with white wine, garlic, and herbs and served with a simple herb dip. Try it with veggies like zucchini or mushrooms along with the chicken and serve with rice or steamed potatoes for a light and delcious meal.

Recipe: Chicken Marsala

Simple and elegant--chicken breasts quickly sautéed and served with a Marsala-scented pan sauce studded with mushrooms and enriched with cream. Serve it over pasta or rice or with a side of roasted potatoes.

Recipe: Chicken Pot Pie

Our take on a comfort food classic: tasty chunks of chicken and vegetables enrobed in a savory cream sauce spiked with sherry, all topped with a crisp, buttery, golden brown crust.

Recipe: Chicken with Creamy Mustard Chive Sauce

This dish is all about the sauce--the tang of mustard, the oniony flavor of the chives, and the silky texture of rich cream come together beautifully to dress up simple sautéed chicken. It also works well with veal or pork cutlets.

Recipe: Chicken with Red Peppers, Tomatoes, and Bulgur Wheat

This one-pot meal, accented with a Morroccan spice combination of cumin and cinnamon, is delicious and simple to put together--the perfect dinner solution for a busy day. It's substantial enough to serve alone, or a green salad with orange slices and green onions would be an ideal accompaniment.

Recipe: Chilaquiles

Tortillas smothered in salsa, studded with chunks of chicken, and topped with queso fresco make up this traditonal Mexican peasant dish served with a selection of flavorful garnishes. Chilaquiles can be varied almost endlessly--with shredded turkey or beef instead of chicken; with additions like black beans, corn, cooked chorizo, or green chiles; with different salsas; and on and on. This dish is delicious for brunch, but can also be served for dinner or lunch. In Mexico, it's often served for breakfast.

Recipe: Chilled Salmon Salad

This light and colorful main-dish salad is made mostly ahead of time. The tender salmon and crisp vegetables tossed with a lemon vinaigrette make a great lunch or brunch dish--or a light supper.

Recipe: Cincinnati-Style Chili

Cincinnati is often called "The Chili Capital of America" for its 100+ chili parlors, all serving a version of Cincinnati's distinctive brand of chili. It's actually more a topping than a stew. Traditionally served over spaghetti or a hot dog, Cinicinnati chili is also unique in its eclectic blend of spices and the addition of unusual ingredients like cocoa (or chocolate) and molasses. Kidney beans, chopped onion, and grated cheddar cheese are the favored toppings, and oyster crackers and a bottle of hot sauce are served on the side. The good citizens of Cincinnati consume more than 2 million pounds of chili each year, and for good reason. Try out some Cincinnati chili yourself, and you'll be a fan, too.

Recipe: Corned Beef and Cabbage

Originally a traditional Irish Easter Sunday dinner, this dish has become a fixture in Irish restaurants in America. Succulent beef and tender vegetables served with a hearty broth--it's the perfect centerpiece for your St. Patrick's day celebration or anytime a simple, warming meal is in order. Serve it with a mound of steaming mashed potatoes and a pint of Guinness stout or Smithwick's Irish Ale.

Recipe: Cranberry Pecan Couscous

Rather than serving the same old stuffing with your holiday turkey, try this fragrant couscous with dried cranberries and toasted pecans. It takes just minutes to prepare and will surely gather raves. The secret is More Than Gourmet's Glace de Volaille Gold mixed with a touch of orange juice for a flavor that gives just a hint of the bird's taste. If there are leftovers the day after, add diced turkey and toss with a mustard vinaigrette for a savory salad.

Recipe: Creamy Cauliflower Purée

This silky smooth purée has a great savory flavor. Serve with grilled steaks, sautéed sea scallops, or, if you're a cauliflower lover, under a roasted cauliflower "steak" (a thick slice of cauliflower, roasted until golden brown).

Recipe: Creamy Cheddar Grits

These buttery grits made with sharp Cheddar and light cream are the perfect side for grilled pork or sausage. You can also ladle beef stew or chili over them for a hearty dinner.

Recipe: Duck Fat Pastry

For an extraordinary pie or tart crust we use our Graisse de Canard Gold, along with pure unsalted butter. The result a is rich, crisp pastry just right for any savory tart or pie--and maybe some sweet ones, too. We've heard tales of a baker in San Francisco who made some incredibly delicious and quite popular pecan pies with--you guessed it--a duck fat pastry crust.

Recipe: Duck Fat Popovers

Popovers are wonderful things, crusty and golden brown on the outside and moist and tender on the inside. They're especially delicious made with our Graisse de Canard Gold, which gives them a deep, rich flavor. Serve hot popovers for breakfast with butter and jam or honey, or serve them with meats and savory dishes, just as you would a dinner roll. They also make a great dessert with a scoop of ice cream and a drizzle of warm caramel or chocolate sauce.
Free Shipping on orders over $50*

*Applies to the 48 contiguous states only

 
Classic French Stocks and Sauces