Red wine and herb-marinated beef tenderloin pairs with pan sauce and mint, parsley and dill-stippled horseradish cream.
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Sometimes a simple piece of poached fish and a light salad can make the perfect quick dinner. Salmon is a great fish to poach, it's flavorful and fatty and holds up well in an easy simmer with some aromatics and white wine.
This combination of red bell pepper, carrot, and tomato juices gets a punch of heat from fresh horseradish and garlic.
Inspired by my favorite way to eat beets—with horseradish and a cider vinegar dressing—this savory beet shrub is a great match for a juniper-forward gin like Tanqueray. The finished product here has just a touch of heat from the horseradish.
Inexpensive yet elegant, an herb-crusted eye of round roast pairs perfectly with horseradish cream and Parmesan popovers.
Red wine beef stew feels fresh with the addition of horseradish-chive cream.
A crispy veal tongue sandwich with horseradish, bitter greens, and a creamy, tangy tarragon sauce.
It was time to eat some smoked fish. I don't know why I've been avoiding it for so long, but after finding this recipe in Jamie Oliver's Jamie at Home, I knew I had a perfect place to start. He pairs the smoked salmon with some boiled potatoes, which may sound a little too simple, but the potatoes are actually given a whole lot of love.
Hearing about hangover cures from foreign lands never gets old, which is one of the reasons I decided to tackle this Hangover Curing Pork Belly from Home Made by Yvette van Boven. The other reason? Pork belly never gets old—for me at least. Van Boven describes how she serves this pork belly in her restaurant, sliced and presented on crusty bread with a side of potato salad and sinus-clearing horseradish-lemon sauce. Sounds like the kind of carby, fatty, spicy plate that can cure what ails you, right?
Though mostly a steak purist—that's salt, pepper, and beef only—I've been know to dabble in toppers here and there (with the exception of steak sauce). Horseradish cream sauce is a rather new one for me, but while prepping a roast beef, it was that came to mind, plus it was a great use of my leftover homemade horseradish from last week.
It's almost Passover, and a Seder isn't a Seder in my family without the powerful, pungent smell emanating from bowls of horseradish. Since I'm on this homemade condiment kick, I thought it was time to ditch the bottle and prepare the real stuff.
The menu that Bloomfield choose for Coco, typical of her cooking, focuses on fresh ingredients prepared simply and seasoned aggressively. The starter, Beef Tenderloin with Horseradish and Watercress Rolls, spotlights a mix of influences: watercress and horseradish from the UK, balsamic and olive oil from Italy, and rich crème fraiche from France. The dish has elements of a carpaccio with arugula, a Sunday roast, and a simple steak and salad combo.
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Note: On Wednesdays, Andrea Lynn, senior editor of Chile Pepper magazine, drops by with Serious Heat. ©iStockphoto.com/blowbackphoto Spice doesn't just come in the form of capsaicin-based wonders. There's that fabulous nasal-cleansing heat of roots like horseradish and Japanese horseradish, commonly...
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On Sundays when I was growing up we would frequently have grilled steak and pizza for dinner. I have no idea what my mother's rationale was for serving such an unlikely but delicious combination, but I have to tell you...