Kingfish and Bean Salad

Kingfish and Bean Salad

I love the flavour and texture of kingfish, especially when it has a crispy skin. The white bean salad is an easy way to dress up a simply cooked piece of fish. You can by hiramasa — South Australian-farmed kingfish

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Stuffed Tomatoes

At home, when i was growing up, Mum would serve this in winter, using big, juicy tomatoes from the south of France. It’s quite filling, especially served with plenty of bread to dunk in the pan juices. I use minced

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Basque-Style Chicken Stew

This is such a beautiful way to cook chicken. It features some beautiful flavours from the Basque region of France — the capsicum and a type of chilli called Espelette. In the Basque region, you would see houses covered with

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Pain Perdu with Vanilla Ice-Cream & Figs

This version of French toast is a mix between the traditional version and a good English bread and butter pudding. The caramelised figs add a beautiful sweetness to this dessert.

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Braised Lamb Shanks with Red Wine

The way the sauce reduces in this recipe to a sweet, sticky mix is pure comfort on those cold winter nights. Make sure you cook the shanks until the meat is almost falling off the bone and the sauce is

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Cherry Clafoutis

Clafoutis is a straightforward dessert to make, but be careful not to overcook as the batter will turn tough. Individual servings of this dessert look impressive for a dinner party. It must always be served warm though — never cold

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Gnocchi with Taleggio Cheese & Pancetta

The French version of gnocchi is made with choux pastry rather than potato so they are much lighter than the Italian counterpart. If you’ve made gnocchi before, you’ll notice the French method is different — you pipe then cut the

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Spanish Meatballs

I love cooking these quick and easy meatballs midweek with my son, as it gets him involved in preparing dinner. The sauce has a bit of kick, but you can make it simple tomato and they will taste just as

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