Although dandelion greens are known for their bitterness, this dish is only slightly bitter–a nice counterpoint to an entrée with sweet notes. It’s taste is wholesome and complex, green with a kick of that peppery bitterness and bathed in the richness of the bacon fat.
Popovers. Light and airy, easily made but seemingly fancy when dressed up with garnishes. Mine feature tangy créme fraiche and, in a gesture to my Latvian heritage, bites of earthy-sweet beets and fresh dill.
The arrival of spring marks the peak of asparagus season in the U.S.–so celebrate with this fast, easy, but super flavorful recipe!
Bone marrow is a buttery, decadently rich substance that is utter bliss on a piece of crostini with a dash of sea salt. Indeed, Anthony Bourdain once declared that if he had to have one last meal on earth, it would be exactly this dish.