Tag Archives: Vegetables
Radish sprouts in the east-facing window of my apartment. These radishes are the second crop this year from this pot: the first was a crop of collard greens that just about made a side dish for two. Obviously my … Continue reading
It’s a cliché that chefs find their inspiration in the market. Fortunately, it’s a clichés that also happens to be true, as often as schedules and demands of the kitchen allow (wish it was everyday!). If a kitchen is available, … Continue reading
This, soup, which is currently on the Winter 2015 menu at Café Presse, was developed by Chef de cuisine Dre Neeley. This recipe makes 6-8 servings.
What: “Garbure Béarnaise Workshop” Cooking Class and Supper presented by Chef James Drohman (each session limited to 16 students) When: Three different sessions of this class will be offered: Saturday January 24, 2015, 12:noon to 3:30pm or Tuesday January … Continue reading
Special at Cafe Presse today: Garbure Béarnaise One of the iconic dishes of the cooking of southwestern France, a garbure is, at its base, a peasant stew of white beans and winter vegetables. Regional variations abound (Landaise? Gasconne?) but in … Continue reading
Come by and see us at the “1900 1st Ave Block Party”, Sunday August 10 from 1 to 5pm. We will be selling taste-sized samples of a special Market inspired dish at our curbside stand, with 100% of the price … Continue reading
What: Cooking demonstration and tasting by Le Pichet and Cafe Presse Executive Chef Jim Drohman as part of the Chefs on the Cobblestones series When: Sunday June 22, 2014, from 2pm to 3pm Where: The Pike Place Market demonstration stand, … Continue reading