Classic Bouillabaisse Let me just prepare you for the tragic news that this is not a Bouillabaisse. No Bouillabaisse prepared outside of the South of France can be. Our recipe is spot on, and the flavors are reminiscent to the Bouillabaisse I had several times in Marseille. But, still, it's not a real Bouillabaisse.
Lobster Bisque The history of Lobster Bisque is quite surprising. Not too long ago, lobster was considered a mark of poverty or as food for indentured servants in Maine, Massachusetts, and the Canadian Maritimes. Servants even specified in employment agreements that they would not eat lobster more than twice per
Wild Mushroom Tuscan Risotto This version of Wild Mushroom Tuscan Risotto can be very rich because of the amount of butter and cream used. Perfect for the fall season when wild mushrooms are readily available. Any type of mushrooms will work. One important step is toasting the risotto in olive