squid ink pasta
“The squid ink pasta at Upholstery Store is a seafood dish that is inspired by the beauty in juxtaposition and the balance of opposite flavors. In this dish, the black pasta and dark caviar contrast perfectly with the sashimi style scallops and the coconut cream white sauce at first glance, but the flavor is why this is a house specialty. The briny and salty elements of the ink and scallops appease seafood lovers, but the sweet finish of the coconut and smooth texture of the pasta provide a roller coaster of flavors throughout each bite. It's totally unique, and one of our many high seas inspired dishes here at 713 Washington Street.” -Leo Schneemann, partner of Upholstery Store
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4.8
If you can’t resist the taste of truffles, all you need is a little truffle oil in your life. The work of chef Jason Shelley, this recipe for deviled eggs shows you how easy truffle oil can be incorporated into the classic dish. 
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4.5
Legend has it that it was at this iconic New York City steakhouse that the first order of eggs Benedict appeared. Whether or not it is the truth, the restaurant still serves the dish in full fashion, with elegant touches like caviar and a brioche bun. 
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4.5
Deviled Eggs
This hors d'oeuvre is an eye-catching display of black caviar set on a miniature bed of onion-laced deviled egg. Each tiny quail egg sits snugly on a little round brioche toaste and requires only a pinch of caviar to complete the picture. They are easy to serve to dinner guests upon arrival or to a circulating cocktail crowd, and may serve to prompt some lively discussion, too. Popping a little egg into your mouth and washing it down with a glass of chilled sparkling wine makes a stunning equation on the palate.You can find quail eggs in specialty-food shops. Peeling and preparing them is a task geared toward cooks with a gentle touch.  — Jeff MorganAdapted from "Domain Chandon Cookbook" by Jeff Morgan.
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4.2
In the mood for something exotic? Look no further than this decadent risotto topped with sea urchin and smoked caviar. It's a flavor combination that's simply unforgettable, and your guests are sure to be impressed.See all rice recipes.
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4
This elegant cocktail has a secret (and tasty) twist: caviar powder.
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4
This recipe, for home cooks, calls for store-bought ingredients. Although, it may take some time to make, but once you take a bit into the lobster roll and herb salad, you'll know that it was all worth it. Chef Marcus Samuelsson also suggests you pair it with the Penfolds Koonunga Hill Chardonnay for the best flavors. 
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4
Chef Marcus Samuelsson shares his holiday recipes and pairings. The two different parts to this recipe complement each other well balancing the flavors between savory and sweet. He also suggests you pair it with the Penfolds Koonunga Hill Chardonnay. 
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4
Acclaimed Chef Masaharu Morimoto, perhaps best known as the star of Iron Chef and Iron Chef America, is known throughout the world for his seamless integration of Western and Japanese ingredients and techniques. This Thanksgiving, he has some great tips and recipes for how to utilize your leftover ingredients to create a delicious, next-day dish: “Use your leftover ingredients and incorporate unique and interesting additions to make the dish seem exciting and new,” says Chef Morimoto. For his leftover recipe, he recommends Mashed Potato Soup with wasabi and chives. This dish uses the leftover potatoes that you already have for Thanksgiving dinner, and incorporates new, Asian ingredients to keep guests excited about the dish.
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4
For Hanukkah this year, give this recipe a try. The Bisquick ingredient allows the pancake to be extra crispy. Eat them with a side of applesauce or sour cream.  Click here to see the 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make with Bisquick
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3.809525
deviled eggs
Looking for an elegant version of deviled eggs to serve at your next champagne-filled party? This recipe, created by chef Jeff McInnis at Yardbird in Miami, serves them with caviar, and other stylish ingredients like champagne vinegar and chopped capers. 
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3.8
BLT: Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato Caviar
My whimsical take on a classic culinary combination.  Oven-roasted thick cut bacon, crisp romaine lettuce complimented by a rich Maytag blue cheese dressing, and cold oil spherified tomato caviar. For the complete recipe, check out http://www.lazarocooks.com
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3.666665