Blog posts tagged in Chef Corey Heyer
Butternut squash soup is a seasonal favorite at The Bernards and returns to menu every autumn. Roasted squash has a delicate flavor; slightly earthy and mildly sweet. In order to capture that flavor, one must not cover, but compliment this delicate taste. Here is a simple recipe from Chef Corey Heyer to help those at home make a great soup. Enjoy!
Chef Heyer In the Kitchen at the James Beard House.
What an honor it was to be back in the kitchen of The James beard House last week! I have had the pleasure of cooking at The House on three other occasions, but this experience was especially meaningful to me. Having been born and raised in New Jersey and having traveled and lived in many other parts of this country, I can honestly say that I would not choose to live anywhere else. To be able to cook a dinner that celebrates so many of the wonderful foods that this state has to offer and host it in a place that means so much to...
Roasted Tomato Gazpacho Soup ROASTED YELLOW TOMATO GAZPACHOEnjoy this summer soup that is as tasty as it is refreshing...one of my favorites for the season! 5# Large Yellow Tomatoes, cored and halved 1 Large Onion, cut into 1” chunks ½ tsp Ancho Chili Powder 1/8 tsp Red Chile Flakes 1 Cup Olive Oil Sherry Wine Vinegar, as needed Cilantro, 2-3 sprigs Mint, 6-10 leaves Basil, 10 leaves Salt, as neededProcedure:Toss the tomatoes and onions with the spices, a heavy pinch of salt, and the olive oil. Pour this mixture into a hotel pan and roast in a 350 ?F oven until the tomatoes and o...
Garden Gets 8 New Boxes As we began planning and planting the garden this spring, we quickly realized we had maximized all of our growing space and needed more. Our garden has expanded a bit every year since we first broke ground four years ago, but now we knew a significant expansion was needed. So, we took a few measurements, cleared a little brush, and we were able to add eight new boxes to our plot of land. We now have 28 boxes, in addition to the herb garden that is 12’x36’! First Radish of the Season In addition to being able to provide a greater variety of produce, the expansion will...