Winter Dinner Party Menu Warm Salad Roasted Leeks
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Warm Salad Roasted Leeks, Edamame and Cheese

We served this dish as a side at Thanksgiving. However, it also works well as a starter course. Begin your dinner party with a warm salad of roasted leeks with edamame, fresh herbs, parmesan and mozzarella. Join us in May for the Pitcher & Powell culinary adventure in Provence, where …

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Aix-en-Provence Market French Salad Dressing Vinaigrette
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French Salad Dressing Alberta Vinaigrette

This recipe highlights two of those – canola and honey – using a fundamentally French technique for making a great vinaigrette.

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Summer Salad Watermelon Feta
Mirabeau WinesProvencal RecipesSaladTaste: Food & Drink

Summer Salad Watermelon, Melon and Feta Cheese

Here in Provence, we are making the most of summer fruits and veggies!  We hope you also enjoy one of our favourite salads of the moment: watermelon, melon and feta cheese a recipe by Sophie Bellard. The combination of sweet melons and salty cheese is hard to resist. Watermelon in is …

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Citrus Salad Orange Fennel Olive Mirabeau_Wine
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Citrus Salad with Orange, Fennel, Olive and Capers

In a climate where fennel grows wild and, olive oil production is big business this tangy salad is a tribute to the landscape. This citrus salad incorporates many ingredients native to the South of France and the Mediterranean Basin. Gemma Wade prepared this salad as a side dish for the Easter lunch menu

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Zucchini Flowers Stuffed Artichokes and Goat Cheese
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Zucchini Flowers Stuffed with Artichokes and Goat Cheese

Zucchini flowers are beautiful, delicate, and can be a bit tricky to cook. However, they are also delicious, so don’t shy away from trying this recipe below for zucchini flowers stuffed with fresh goat cheese and artichokes.

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Warm Salad Nicoise Recipe Provenca
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Warm Salad Nicoise a Recipe from Provence

In Nice, where this main course salad gets its name no chef would ever dream of serving a Warm Salad Nicoise. However, in my part of Provence, the dish is perfect when the weather isn’t. The ingredients (tuna, olives, eggs, peppers and anchovies) are the same as the traditional cold version of this salad

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Warm Goat Cheese Salad
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Warm Goat Cheese Salad with a Lemony Vinaigrette

Warm goat cheese salad or salade de chevre chaude appears on many restaurant menus, and it’s easy to recreate just follow the recipe below.

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Cauliflower Salad Cilantro Pesto
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Super Sides: Cauliflower Salad with Cilantro Pesto

But, at Cook’n with Class we are not concerned about culinary superstars rather easy to follow recipes with delicious results.  Try this side dish of Cauliflower Salad with Cilantro Pesto with your Thanksgiving turkey or Christmas spread.

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Mushroom Roast Pumpkin Salad @MirabeauWine
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Marinated Mushroom and Roast Pumpkin Salad for Autumn Weather

Often, as the weather turns cooler the tendency is towards warm, slow-cooked meals, and roasted meats. These menus beg for a table of good friends and great wine. However, you don’t want the meal to be too “heavy” this tasty combination of autumn vegetables – marinated mushroom and roast pumpkin salad – is a perfect starter course

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Grilled Calamari Radicchio Salad
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Grilled Calamari and Radicchio Starter Salad

This starter salad of grilled calamari and radicchio is easy to prepare once your guests have arrived. The marinade of olive oil, garlic and herbes de Provence is light and does not overpower the ingredients. Best of all, this dish is really (almost) too pretty to eat. But, don’t resist it’s best consumed warm.

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