October 9, 2013 by seriousbacon
Sauce chasseur, sometimes called “hunter’s sauce”, is a simple or compound brown sauce used in French cuisine. It is typically made using demi-glace or an espagnole sauce as a base, and often includes mushrooms and shallots. It may also include tomatoes and a finishing of fines herbes. The name is derived from the French word for “hunter”, alluding to the traditional pairings with venison, rabbit, wild fowl, and other game meats. Traditionally, while returning from the hunt, the hunters would allegedly pick the mushrooms that they would subsequently use for their preparation.
June 18, 2013 by seriousbacon
So what does a chef have for dinner? there’s the old age myth that a chef eats amazing food all the time! I wish it was true! Sure i do eat well, and i’m always trying delicious things at work,