Tag Archives: Mushrooms
Fresh Washington State morel mushrooms being sauteed as part of the oil preserving process. These beauties will end up as garnish for our potato-leeks soup, currently on the menu at Café Presse. Yum!
Sitting in my warm apartment in Seattle, an early December mushroom outing in the SW of France seemed like a great idea. So I contacted the Sociétié Mycologique du Béarn and invited myself along on their next outing, which happened … Continue reading
Fall 2017 Chef’s Dinner at Café Presse Tout est bon dans le cochon Wednesday November 8, 2017 MENU Terrine de tête de porc, pommes sauvage aux épices Pork head and kidney terrine, house made dark rye bread, spiced crab apples, … Continue reading
Today’s special at Café Presse combines lovage from our own garden with morel mushrooms: Creamy potato-leek-lovage soup garnished with morel mushroom and Comté beignets For those not familiar with lovage, it is an herb that has a flavor similar to … Continue reading
This recipe, which comes from the region of the Jura in the foothills of the Alps, is one of the marvels of French country cooking. In France it is often made with the famous blue-footed chickens from nearby Bresse. Vin … Continue reading