Mushroom SoupThis mushroom soup uses tons of different kinds of mushrooms and has a rich and creamy texture. It's a perfect soup for a chilly night by the fire.Chocolate Orange Tiramisu with HazelnutsYou love chocolate, you love tiramisu, so how could you not love Chocolate Tiramisu with Oranges and Hazelnuts? The perfect treat for any time of dayClassic TiramisuSometimes, you just need to sit down in front of a dessert like classic tiramisu and enjoy every single bite. It's a classic for a reason, right?Mixed Mushroom PizzaThis Mixed Mushroom Pizza not only features three different types of mushrooms, but also a variety of herbs that make it pizza extra special.Autumn Mushroom SoupAutumn Mushroom Soup is a heavier soup dish that combines mushrooms, parsnips, cheese, broth, wine, and various seasonings together. You must purée the mixture of ingredients in a blender, reheat, and serve warm as a creamy final product.Waffles with Mushroom Sauce and Poached EggsThese savory waffles are covered in rich mushroom sauce made out of a variety of different mushrooms, such as shiitake, criminis, and morels. They are completed with a nice tender poached egg on top.Zabaglione with Fresh Summer FruitZabaglione with Fresh Summer Fruit is a an Italian twist on custard. It’s a warm, sweet egg custard flavored with Marsala wine. It should be a little runny – not as thick as whipped cream – almost drinkable! We recommend dipping as many fresh summer berries into it as you can!Wild Salmon Crudo with Lemon and Red PeppersIn Italian, crudo means "raw." This wild salmon crudo with lemon and sweet red peppers also includes capers and crispy shallots and is an excellent summer time appetizer.
Broiled Lobster with Herbed BreadcrumbsThis elegant, delicious meal of broiled lobster with herbed breadcrumbs and lemon marsala shallot dressing is perfect for company.Pork Tenderloin with Sage and Marsala SauceThis may look like a special-occasion roast, but it’s actually perfect for a weeknight, and while the fried sage leaves are optional, do try them. They make an unusual crisp garnish and add visual appeal to this simple but elegant dish.