Looks aren’t everything, especially when it comes to food, right? Pâté is a super tasty thing we just don’t have that much control over. This one isn’t chopped liver; you’ll have the vegans and meatatarians going back for seconds. Move pâté past its usual appetizer residence to a condiment and toss it in hot pasta and rice or spread it on sandwiches and flatbreads.
Moussaka is a complex tasting greek lasagne where eggplant is employed for noodles and béchamel sauce for cheese. Invite guests to a symposium of flavour so they too can sing the praises of this beloved dish… and the cook! And while you’re at it, make a double batch and freeze one pan to spruce up a dreary winter day.
Presenting the 21st century mother sauce of French cuisine! Use this health-giving, satiny white sauce as the base for other sauces (like alfredo and mornay) or the backbone for casseroles (think grains and mac & cheese) and creamy soups and chowders. The long and short of it, your freezer should never be without at least a litre of béchamel sauce for backup.