Steamed Hake with Cannellini Beans & Olive Oil Mayonnaise

Steamed Hake with Cannellini Beans & Olive Oil Mayonnaise

Steamed Hake with Cannellini Beans & Olive Oil Mayonnaise In episode 1 of “Around the World with Manu” I worked the pass in Rick Stein’s restaurant at Sandbanks in exchange for a lunch. This hake dish was one of the

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Chorizo with Grand Veneur Sauce

Chorizo with Grand Veneur Sauce In episode 1 of “Around the World with Manu” I spent an afternoon in South West England with Lee Morton of Dorset Charcuterie. I helped Lee make his signature chorizo links, before using them to cook

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Venison & Pork Chorizo Sausage

Venison & Pork Chorizo Sausage In episode 1 of “Around the World with Manu” I headed down to South West England and spent an afternoon with Dorset Charcuterie owner Lee Morton. I helped Lee make his signature chorizo links, before cooking

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Destination: England – Around the World with Manu, Episode 1

In 1875 Phileas Fogg, the main character of the famous Jules Vern book Around the World in 80 Days, accepted a bet of £20,000 to travel, as the title says, around the world in 80 days. When I was dreaming

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How to Peel & Concasse a Tomato

A classic technique when you have a recipe that calls for tomatoes that have had the skin and seeds removed, leaving only the flesh. With this quick tip you’ll have tomato cheeks and tomato concasse in no time! WATCH THE

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Coq au Vin

Coq Au Vin One of the most famous recipes in French cooking, I first learned how to make Coq Au Vin as an apprentice chef. It uses quite a lot of wine, and should be started the day before so

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More Please!

I’m so excited for my latest book and I can’t wait to share my favourite meals with you! Scheduled for release on 28 October 2016, the book will be in stores in Australia from 1 November. IN-MARKET UPDATE: In Australia:

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Authentic French Onion Soup

Soupe a l’oignon – French Onion Soup In France this simple soup is traditionally eaten at about 3am, as reviver after everyone has been drinking, dancing and sweating for hours at a wedding or other big event! You can serve

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