There is free-range and free-range.. The poultry on sale at the butcher’s or in the supermarket may be labelled free-range but that does not mean they could roam about the farm as their ancestors. There are some poultry farmers around here with large barns where the birds can actually move around and are not squeezedRead More
Faced with a plump free-range chicken, I used this delicious recipe for slow poaching in a stock with nettles.
A simple version of a classic French dish with pigeon and peas.
At the fishmongers there was a “Melva”, a sturdy fish that looked like tuna but much smaller. I never saw one before. It is also called “false Bonito” as it is the same family as the Bonito but it bleeds more and has a more pronounced flavour. I took it and ended up with aRead More
A great and easy recipe for a succulent guinea fowl cooked in a bag with garlic and tomatoes.
The other day I had ordered a leg of milk-fed young lamb at the butcher’s for Easter, but he provided an older and heavier animal and I ended up with 2,5 kilos of meat.We decided to invite four people over for an impromptu Easter Sunday lunch.
An easy recipe for a great jam made from locally sourced untreated lemons.
There is nothing better than a soup to chase the winter cold and this beef and lentils soup does the trick very well.
An easy, light and tasty recipe for a soup based on a dashi stock with small fish and crustaceans.
Red Mullet, rouget-barbet in French, is a rock fish of which some amateurs even eat the entrails.
It has a thick layer of scales that normally need to be cleaned but with this recipe you can leave them on.