Chicken Fricassée à la Provencal
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Delicious Dinner Chicken Fricassée à la Provencal

Fricassée is a traditional French stew made with meat browned in butter, served in a delicate sauce made from stock. You can alternate the meat in this recipe with rabbit, veal, or duck for a dish easily mistaken for a gourmet meal. The sauce is bright and full of flavour. …

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Easy Classic Chicken Provencal
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An Easy Dish Classic Chicken Provencal

When fall brings cooler air, you’ll want to warm up your tastebuds with delicious home-cooked meals that are sure to impress. This Chicken Provencal is a classic chicken dish that combines typical fall flavours like rosemary and thyme with Mirabeau Classic Rosé, which adds just the right je ne sais …

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Hake Pan-roasted with Chorizo and Chickpeas
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Pan-Roasted Hake with Chorizo and Chickpeas

This recipe comes from Chef Ben at Maison Mirabeau. He created the dish featuring pan-roasted hake in a warming stew of chickpea and chorizo. Hake is a white fish from the cod and haddock family, either of which would be fine substitutes. Here is how Chef Ben describes the fish, …

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Grilled Sea Bream Fresh Seafood
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Recipe for Grilled Sea Bream Fresh Seafood

When you have the chance to eat fresh seafood never hesitate. Shifting your meals to accommodate the season and in this case, the fresh catch can be an incredibly enjoyable experience. Paired with a chilled bottle of Mirabeau Pure Rose, this grilled Mediterranean sea bream is a tender, succulent dish …

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Scallops in Blood Orange Sauce
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Seared Scallops in Blood Orange Sauce

I was given six small, extremely juicy blood oranges by my friendly farmers, Eunice and Larry (Larry’s Veggies), right at the end of blood orange season. She said to me, “I know you will do something wonderful with them.” Weeks earlier, friends Susan and Towny had sent me a recipe …

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Upside down savoury caponata tart
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Leftover Eggplant Make a Savoury Caponata Tart

Recently, I shared my simple vegetable Napoleons with you as a side dish for the goat cheese-stuffed chicken. If you make it, you will probably end up in the same boat as I did: lots of leftover parts — zucchini, yellow squash, eggplant, tomatoes. While that sounds like all the …

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Pan-Fried Salmon with Pine Nut Salsa
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Pan-Fried Salmon with Pine Nut Salsa

Throughout the holidays, we watched a lot of “feel good” movies. That is code for RomComs, chick flicks, Hallmark, Lifetime, and Disney fare… you get the idea. Whenever we get to this time of year, we put a moratorium on anything that might tax our brains, souls, or hearts. Nothing …

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Cod Fish Steamed in Spinach Leaves, Basil Ratatouille, White Wine Cream Sauce
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Steamed Cod Fish with Basil Ratatouille

Easy to prepare, cod is a white fish with a mild flavour that is perfect to pair with bright, colourful vegetables. This dish is an excellent addition to some rice or pasta or great served on its own. We made a traditional Provencal ratatouille as a side dish, the recipe …

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Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken with Red Pepper Purée
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Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken and a Zoom Dinner

Not to dwell on the realities of 2020, but we had to get creative about seeing friends, if only virtually. For an international Zoom dinner, one of the guests made a wish for chicken breasts stuffed with herbed goat cheese and vegetable Napoleons on the side. That was a wish …

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Crispy Duck Confit a French Classic
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Crispy Duck Confit a French Classic

If you could pick your last meal – what would it be? For my last meal on Earth, I would select a dish that is both humble and classic. I would choose a duck confit. There is something utterly delicious about obscenely crisp duck skin mixed with succulent duck meat. It …

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