Tag Archives: herbes de provence

Cod, Halibut or Sea Bass with Cherry Tomatoes, Olives

By Cat, February 23, 2017 (photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) I’m getting tired of my usual ways for baking cod or halibut, and I have some cherry tomatoes in the fridge that need using-up, so I decided to give this sea bass … Continue reading

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Asparagus Quiche, with Phyllo or Standard Crust

By Cat, April 8, 2016 (photo, right, form Wikimedia Commons) I had my first quiche in the 1970s, when a couple hippies opened a French-style Breakfast/Brunch restaurant, “Crêpe Faire,” in Portland OR. Now that I think back to those old … Continue reading

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Bouillabaisse (Provençal or Creole Fisherman’s Stew)

By Cat, Nov 2007 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) I was first introduced to seafood stew (other than oyster stew) in the early 1970s, at Jakes Restaurant in Portland, Oregon, where they are famous for their New Orleans or Creole-style Bouillabaisse. I’ve … Continue reading

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Beef Provençal (Braised or slow-cooked)

By Cat, Aug 2015 (Image, right, from Wikimedia Commons) I was going to make beef stroganoff, but I’ve had it frequently this past year and I decided I needed to take a break so I wouldn’t tire of it. I … Continue reading

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Lamb Roast, Marinated with Lemon & Mixed Herbs

By Cat, Nov 2010 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) A Leg of Lamb is not the same as a shank. The Leg cut typically includes both the sirloin (with odd-shaped bones) and the upper leg with its round bone. If bone-in, it is … Continue reading

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