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

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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Giveaway: Greystone & Muddy Water wines

Not much goes better with a hearty Beef Bourguignon than a bottle of bold red! Thanks to Greystone and Muddy Water I have four bottles of wine to give away to one lucky reader! There are two bottles of red

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Beef Bourguignon

Boeuf Bourguignon – Beef Bourguignon Secondary cuts of meat are my favourite and I love to use them in this dish. Remember, you’ll need to start this the day before so the beef has time to marinate overnight in that

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Leek & Potato Soup

Soupe Vichyssoise – Leek & Potato Soup This versatile classic may — in my opinion — be the best soup ever! It’s terribly simple to throw together and everyone always loves it. You can even serve it hot in winter

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