Paella with Halibut, Shrimp and Chorizo

All kinds of delicious stuff happens we you have awesome seafood stock in the freezer. I’ve been cooking sous vide for years. In the early days I’d find any reason to use my immersion circulator to cook anything. It was new to me and very cool. Now, I still use it a lot (and itContinue reading “Paella with Halibut, Shrimp and Chorizo”

Chicken Roulade, Tomato Gravy and Crispy Roast Potatoes

Free range chicken like the ones I get from Yonder Way are delicious. These are birds that were never caged and are free to roam around and be as active as they like. The result is tasty chicken but not one as tender as the fryers you can get from the grocery store. These areContinue reading “Chicken Roulade, Tomato Gravy and Crispy Roast Potatoes”

Moose Spanish Meatballs and Vegetable Paella

  A good friend of mine (same one who was generous with the pheasants), was nice enough to also give me a 2 lb. piece of moose meat. I was not even sure what cut of the huge animal it was, but seemed like a round roast. It felt tough and possibly not suitable forContinue reading “Moose Spanish Meatballs and Vegetable Paella”

VDP: Classic Gazpacho

Tuesday, July 29, 2008 One of the few cold “soups” I enjoy a lot is Gazpacho. I put quotes around the word soup because this refreshing summer treat is more like a beverage. It is best poured in a tall glass and chugged. On the other hand, Gazpacho is quiet filling and makes for aContinue reading “VDP: Classic Gazpacho”