Tag: sage

Herbed Pork Roast with Balsamic and Herbs
Entrees, Fruits & Berries, Herbs & Spices, Pork

Christmas Pork Roast with Cranberry Relish Glaze

One of my favorite ways to ensure tenderness when it comes to cooking a protein (almost any type), is to first give the meat a little splash of balsamic vinegar, and then let it sit for about 20 minutes before cooking.

That’s my trick, and it’s one that lends a tenderness (and slight sweetness) to this recipe for Christmas Pork Roast with Cranberry Relish Glaze.

Roast Turkey with Balsamic Herbed Butter
Aprons Featured, Breakfast & Brunch, Entrees, Herbs & Spices, Kudos Paints, Poultry, Savory, Thanksgiving, Turkey

Better Than Brined Balsamic-Basted Herbed Butter Roast Turkey

When it comes to Thanksgiving turkey, skip the brining, people! It’s messy, time consuming, and simply not necessary. This simple recipe for Better Than Brined Balsamic Basted Herbed Butter Turkey will beat the pants off of a brined turkey with absolutely no fuss, and no muss!

Homemade Herbed Chicken Stock
Aprons Featured, Chicken, Entrees, Herbs & Spices, Kudos Paints, Poultry, Vegetables

Delicious Herbed Organic Homemade Chicken Stock

When purchasing vegetables and herbs for homemade herbed chicken stock, it’s best (and healthiest) to keep them all organic, if possible. When it comes to choosing organic poultry, you’ll find that you get even more flavor out of a smaller organic chicken than a larger non-organic chicken, which makes buying organic easier on your wallet than you may have thought.

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Refreshing Low Sugar Fresh Peach Sorbet with Sage

With summer peaches being abundant this time of year, I wanted to take full advantage of their sweet, fruity flavor and pair them with some earthy garden sage to make this Refreshing Low Sugar Peach Sorbet with Sage.

I think it must have been the peach-fuzz thing that made me think the flavors of peach and sage would match well together. If you’re familiar with fresh sage, then you know the leaves have the faintest bit of fuzz on them, much like a fresh peach.