Tagged: ‘French cooking’

My Best Sauces: Pan-Seared Sirloin Shell Steak with Food Processor Béarnaise Sauce

Béarnaise sauce, a sharp buttery sauce with red wine vinegar, shallots, egg yolks, and tarragon, is truly a special occasion sauce. But one to look forward to. It is THE sauce for grilled and sautéed meat or fish, much less a foundation sauce in French cookery.

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My Best Sauces: Rib-Eyes with Red Wine Pan Sauce

When writing NYM Weeknight Cooking, I spent time making sure all the basic pan sauces were included for the stovetop dishes. After all, they are fast and they are incredibly delicious, as well as being so basic to make, even a new-to-the-kitchen who never cooked before can master them in a flash.

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Hallie Harron

Hallie Harron is a professional chef and restaurant consultant. She is the author of Cheese Hors d’Oeuvres, the coauthor of Tomatoes & Mozzarella, and has contributed to several other cookbooks and written numerous magazine articles. She spends half of each year leading food and wine tours to Paris and Provence, and lives the other half in Encinitas, California.

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