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Port Wine Sauce

Reduce port wine to a sweet syrup, then add the contrasting flavor of balsamic vinegar, and you have an intense, winy-rich sauce to use s...

by Debra Ponzek


Cranberries with Orange Zest and Port

This unusual method for cooking cranberries produces a not-too-sweet sauce with chunky whole berries. The flavorings are very English and...

by Edna Lewis and Scott Peacock


Whole Cranberry Sauce

A preference for cooked cranberry sauce or raw cranberry relish seems to have more to do with family traditions than taste. For those re...

by Sarah Leah Chase


Cherries Jubilee Crêpes

During their fleeting season, sweet cherries lend a luxurious fruitiness to crêpes.

by Lou Seibert Pappas


Duck Breast with Port and Dried Plums

Frankly, we haven't the stomach for waterfowl hunting. One can hardly be expected to toss bread to mallards in the park one morning and s...

by Sarah Huck and Jaimee Young


Port-Stained Beef Medallions

This is a counterintuitive little recipe. Indeed, you'll get some squished faces if you tell your guests you're serving them steamed beef...

by Keith Schroeder


Cumberland Sauce

This sauce, which is great with pork, offers just the right combination of sweetness and citrus flavors.

by Jill Norman, Victoria Blashford-Snell, and Brigitte Hafner


Gorgonzola, Port, and Walnut Fondue

Originally I served this fondue as a main course with cubes of roast beef tenderloin and vegetables, where it received rave reviews from ...

by Rick Rodgers


Mini Pitas with Honey Mushrooms, Blue Cheese, and Port

Not everyone loves blue cheese, but those who do will find the pungent taste of these little sandwiches irresistible. Make sure the brea...

by Amy Farges


Pam’s Beef Tenderloin with Horseradish Sauce

This recipe came to me from my editor; Pam Hoenig, who found it in Bay Tables, a cookbook put together by the Junior League of Mobile, Al...


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