Jan Jorgensen

A feast of heirlooms

One of my favorite times of year, is the month of February. Living in South Florida makes it even more special. We have the luxury of one of the best climates in the nation, and it’s the time where Heirloom tomatoes, immerse and becomes available. The tomato has long been …

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A Danish recipe for baked salmon

I credit this dish to a fellow Dane and cook I worked with years ago. While easy to make, it has a very elegant look and will impress your guests. BAKED SALMON ESCALOPE in horseradish custard 8 generous slices of salmon cut 1/4 inch thick lengthwise 4 egg yolks 1 cup …

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What happened to Cabernet?

What happened to Cabernet?

Taking orders for a living — that is, food and beverage orders — I recently realized that orders for a glass of cabernet sauvignon have been overshadowed by the ever so famous Merlot, not to mention the highly popular Pinot Noir (thanks to Hollywood), and the Land from Down Under …

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