Classic dumplings from the Veneto Alpine regions with rustic yellow chanterelle mushrooms gathered from the woods of these areas. Since we are in the fall season, it is a good time to make these soul-warming dumplings using ingredients[...]
Yesterday was Stephen’s birthday and, as is only right and proper, he got to choose how we spent the day. Luckily for me, it involved a trip to Charing Cross Road to look at cookery books, followed by a visit to Borough Market, a quick[...]
When time is limited a Frittata is usually very filling and quick to prepare. I make different versions of Frittata, and the Chanterelle Frittata with Zucchini and Feta Cheese is one of our favorites. Since Chanterelles are hard to[...]
The idea of making mini omelettes with cheese filling belongs to Mom. She invented the recipe when we were baking Rhubarb Meringue Tartelettes and she had to use up a leftover fresh egg. She slightly whisked it with a fork, added a slice of[...]
I've posted a mushroom soup before but this version is from the more classic edge. A chanterelle soup like this is a very common starter, especially this time of the year when the season is on. I used both funnel chanterelles and golden[...]
I always thought growing up that when somebody mentioned, a 'can of mushroom soup', they meant Campbell's which is what I use this to make gravy from. I never thought of it as a soup that I'd enjoy all on its own. Then as I was coming up with a[...]
Fall is the season of mushrooms. In the last days we’ve worked hard about mushrooms in general, porcino fungus or punny ben and white mushrooms that are the most common mushrooms in the world.
So we have collected all our recipe ideas with[...]
Like everyone else, I enjoy a good sandwich every now and then. I try to squeeze in a sandwich meal at least once a week at home. This week, I decided to make Chanterelle Mushrooms Sandwiches. Chanterelle mushrooms happens to be one of my[...]
I love autumn. I love everything about it!! The colors, the light, the food, the earthy smells, the cooler temperatures?. Geneva in autumn is just beautiful. The surroundings are breathtaking. You can see how the[...]
Here in New York, I have a sinking feeling that we're getting to the tail end of farmers market season. I mean, yes, the one in Union Square basically stays open through the winter, but I don't know how much longer the market will feel[...]
Welcome to LC's Thanksgiving Plate
Must be turkey time, right?
Not a chance.
In the LC Home we?ll be eating that most satisfying of meals, oven roast chicken. When I eat roast chicken I want three things, which all combine to create a[...]