a food stylist's blog

Cooking courses and food tours in SW France

Sesame and soy duck fillets and green papaya salad Serves: 4 Green papaya is a used extensively in Thai and South East Asian cooking where it is traditionally served as a refreshing salad. The slightly tart quality of the fruit absorbs the sweet salty dressing perfectly, a perfect foil to the richly flavoued duck. 4 …

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Chocolate marbled meringues with summer berries and white chocolate sauce Serves: 6 These gooey, marshmallow-like meringues look and taste amazing, topped with a scoop of ice cream and a tumble of summer fruits all drizzled with a white chocolate sauce. 4 eggs whites 250 g caster sugar 2 tsp organic cocoa powder 350 g mixed …

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    Barbecued chicken with sumac, pomegranate molasses and mograbiah Here I use a whole chicken, butterflied, so it cooks evenly on the barbecue. Alternatively use chicken thigh joints and cook for 10-12 minutes each side. Serves 4 1.75 kg free-range organic chicken 4 tbs extra virgin olive oil, plus extra to drizzle 1 tbs …

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July is crazy month here in France and to accommodate all your culinary aspirations we are offering a whole host of fabulous day courses at Come Cook In France. July 11 Cook & Dine Join me for an afternoon of hands on cooking. We will prepare a wonderful 3 course dinner to be enjoyed together […]

July is crazy month here in France and to accommodate all your culinary aspirations we are offering a whole host of fabulous day courses at Come Cook In France. July 11 Cook & Dine Join me for an afternoon of hands on cooking. We will prepare a wonderful 3 course dinner to be enjoyed together …

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