Saturday, September 11, 2010

Food from the French Countryside

You can feel the change - acorns are falling, leaves are on the ground and the nights are getting nippier- fall is around the corner. As the grilling season slows down, people begin to think of stews, pastas and baking. We just recieved new merchandise from France and Italy - wonderful food products. Butcher salt for meats, fig, wild blueberry and peach vanilla jams from the french countryside, lemon infused olive oil that's awesome on pasta, and some of the best mustard I have ever tasted. the mustard is a tarragon and basil dijon mustard that makes an ordinary sandwich into a gourmet delight. I used the tarragon mustard as a dipping sauce for a tuna steak and it was unbelievably good! Herbes de Provence, rose buds for freezing in ice cubes, and flowers to sprinkle on your salad.
Don't forget to order our cookbook - Romancing the Home ENTERTAINS by Sept . 25th. It's 372 pages of gorgeous photos and over 200 tried and true recipes gathered from family and friends.

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