Bison Tenderloin with Pear, Blue Cheese and Morel Sauce; Honey Ginger Garlic Bok Choy and Crispy Harissa Fingerling Potatoes

buf filet2

Ingredients 2 bison tenderloins (www.bitterrootbison.com) 2 small d’anjou pears, peeled and diced 1Tbs. olive oil 4 ounces blue cheese ½ ounce dried morels 1 shallot, finely chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 4 ounces red wine 1 cup beef stock 2 tsp. fresh thyme leaves chopped parsley, for garnish 2 baby bok choy, split lengthwise 1…

Continue Reading →

Share

Sage and Garlic Rubbed Moroccan Bison Steak with Cranberry Beans, Pea Shoots and Red Vein Sorrel

IMG_0164

Wondering what became of the trip to the market? Read on, all the ingredients came from the market! Sage and Garlic Rubbed Moroccan Bison Steak with Cranberry Beans, Pea Shoots and Red Vein Sorrel   2 bison steaks, rib eye or New York strip cut (www.bitterrootbison.com) 2 garlic cloves, smashed fresh sage leaves 1 Tbs.…

Continue Reading →

Share

Fall Flavors

side plate sk.

A simple way to enjoy the seasons is to incorporate the flavors into your menu. Here a grass fed NY strip cut of beef was lightly seasoned with peat smoked salt. The grilled beef was set upon a puree of roasted beet, fennel and butternut squash seasoned with cloves, cinnamon and other traditional fall spices.…

Continue Reading →

Share

Roasted Salad and Bagna càuda

side radish inside1

A great option for fall weather is the roasted salad. Here, we take advantage of the cool fall weather and some roasted root vegetables. Some Easter egg radishes were roasted along with some red and Chioggia beets. Add a few slices of warm grass fed, pasture raised  organic beef and charred radicchio. The beet greens were lightly…

Continue Reading →

Share

Kefir: The making of a syn-fully good salad

salad1

As detailed in my forthcoming book, “The Fallacy Of The Calorie: Why The Modern Western Diet Is Killing Us And How To Stop It,” data is accumulating demonstrating the importance of a healthy gut microbiome in the prevention of disease and maintenance of health. Because of this, there is more and more advertising and products…

Continue Reading →

Share

Here There Be Dragon(fruit)!

dgn fruit 1

Dragonfruit is a delicious, summertime treat when in season. This is a tremendously  versatile glaze to use on fish (or other proteins). Here, a fresh tuna steak was grilled to perfection and topped with the glaze. This addition brings a sweet heat that screams tropical summer fun.  Simple, easy and delectable! Dragon Fruit Habanero Glaze Ingredients:…

Continue Reading →

Share

Mozzarella!

moz

By request, here’s the recipe we used for some home made mozzarella. It is from a fantastic book Home Cheese Making Recipes by Rikki Carrol 1 gallon fresh, whole milk-do not use ultra-pasteurized 1  1/2 tsp. citric acid, dissolved in 1/4 cup cold water 1/4  tablet rennet, dissolved in 1/4 cup cold water   Heat the milk…

Continue Reading →

Share

Beans, Beans…

salad overhead

Looking for great, easy and delicious summer ideas? Why not mix up the typical salad fare with a hearty three been salad. Beans are a fantastic vegetable protein source and a great source of soluble and  insoluble fiber. By utilizing several varieties you can highlight subtle textural and flavor differences. Combine that with some fresh from…

Continue Reading →

Share

Bison-It’s What’s Been for Dinner!

Enjoy Dr. Mike’s article and recipe from this quarter’s Bison World Magazine!  

Continue Reading →

Share

Grilled Peach and Rum Chutney

chutny1

  One of the great things about this time of year is taking advantage of summer’s bounty. As the weeks and months march on towards fall there is an ever-changing cornucopia of sumptuous fare to enjoy. With baskets of fresh peaches juicy, ripe and priced to move; recipes featuring their natural sweetness are a must.…

Continue Reading →

Share

Page 1 of 16