A new twist on a traditional chicken dish, this recipe calls for Gruyere and prosciutto in place of sliced deli ham and cheese. A rich and creamy white wine and mushroom sauce can be spooned on top of chicken or served on the side as a dipping sauce.
We think this may be the very best way of grilling filet mignon! Each filet is coated in a mixture of garlic, rosemary and seasonings before being perfectly seared on the grill. A garlic and red wine sauce is the only topping needed to make our grass-fed and grass-finished beef shine.
Wow dinner guests will this elegant main course! Steak is pan-seared in a butter-rosemary mixture and then kept warm in the oven while you prepare a quick and easy sauce with your favorite brand of cognac or brandy. Serve with garlic-smashed potatoes, salad and a side of vegetables to complete the meal.
This traditional French dish was originally prepared by grilling the tenderloin, which is quite lean, between two fattier pieces of meat that were then discarded. Today, we’ve learned to quickly sear the roast and then finish in a hot oven to rare or medium-rare. Serve roast with Bernaise sauce, or an easy red wine and mushroom sauce. Add a side of roasted new potatoes for a simple, yet elegant meal that's perfect for any special holiday.
An absolute crowd favorite, this dish is sure to impress anyone that tries it! And what’s even better? How easy and quick it is to make! The tart, delicious taste of balsamic vinegar is toned down with brown sugar and boiled to a sticky, sweet reduction. Add in fresh rosemary and a grainy mustard for good measure, and just let that chicken soak in the goodness!
The perfect harvest-time main course! Here, Cornish hens are slow roasted with apple juice and apple slices for a sweet and savory flavor. Dripping from the pan, plus white wine, make a delicious sauce to serve overtop.
The ultimate main course for a formal dining occasion! This classic beef wellington recipe is easier than it looks to prepare and cook. The flavor payoff is worth the effort!
With all the classic flavors of a beef bourguignon, this paleo beef stew cooks slowly in a crock-pot, which means melt-in-your-mouth beef chunks. Serve up with a hearty loaf of your favorite French bread and a glass of red wine from the same bottle you used in the stew.