With Tarragon

Chicken & Asparagus Salad

Posted on: 6th Mar, 2014by frenchie

While asparagus is in season we love to eat it nearly every day, sometimes simply steamed to accompany meat, fish or chicken and other times as part of a salad that’s the main course. This salad is one of those. It’s a way of using up leftover chicken but is best if you cook some […]

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Vegetable Gratin

Posted on: 6th Mar, 2014by frenchie

A few days ago I was using the Zyliss Smart Guard Slicer Mandolin in preparation for this weekend’s Kitchen Shop product demonstration. I used the vegetables that I had at home and come up with this gratin. It was delicious hot that night and also at room temperature the next day. It’s a particularly good […]

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Chou Farci

Chou Farci

Posted on: 6th Mar, 2014by frenchie

With the weather becoming cooler I find I’m starting to make more slow cooked food. This week’s recipe is one that I haven’t made for a long time but did it again a few days ago. Chou Farci translates as ‘stuffed cabbage’ – it might sound a bit weird but I can assure you it’s […]

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Stuffed Tomatoes

Stuffed Tomatoes

Posted on: 12th Feb, 2014by frenchie

This recipe really reminds me of the flavours of Provence in summer where you often find a selection of summer vegetables stuffed and baked. As well as tomatoes, try this mixture with courgettes, aubergines and onions. If you’re using other vegetables apart from tomatoes, after scooping out most of the flesh, half cook them in […]

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Celeriac Remoulade

Celeriac Rémoulade

Posted on: 10th Jan, 2014by frenchie

It’s only been in the last few years that Jason has regularly sold celeriac at the market. It’s a root vegetable that’s part of the celery family. It doesn’t have much shelf appeal but it’s great to eat raw or cooked. Celeriac Rémoulade is a classic salad nearly always found in a traîteur (delicatessen). It’s […]

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