Recipe courtesy of Marcia Selden Catering, Stamford, CT
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire… hard not to hum along, I know. But what’s the skinny on chestnuts? And what about actually roasting them on an open fire?
Chef Robin Selden helped me out here with lots of interesting facts and useful tips in addition to the easy and fragrant recipe for Truffled Chestnut Risotto, below.
Let’s start with that oft referred to “roasting on an open fire”: Continue reading
Recipe: Marcia Selden Catering
Farmers’ Markets are piled high with brilliant orange squash of all shapes and sizes. The great harbinger of Autumn has arrived, and there are as many ways to cook and serve them as there are varieties.
This recipe signals the change of seasons in more than a few ways. The natural sweetness of butternut squash is heightened by roasting it in a light bath of local maple syrup and then layered with thinly sliced, firm pears and a smear of bold, stinky cheese. Continue reading
photo: Marcia Selden Catering
Marcia Selden Catering
If the thought of summer entertaining makes you sweat as you envision standing over a hot stove, consider trying one of these unique, delicious, chilled soups. Continue reading