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Yaki soba is a Japanese noodle stir-fry. Soba noodles are made with buckwheat, but yaki soba are uses egg or wheat noodles.
This is a staple of the Basque region of Spain. It seems in every way a bit foreign or difficult. But it’s basically fish in a parsley flavoured sauce. It’s a good recipe to learn as you can swap around the ingredients endlessly to suit your taste and budget.
Clam chowder is an American classic. You will find it on the menu at any American restaurant. And if it’s not written on the menu, you can safely assume that it will appear by default at the soup and salad bar.
One of a series of easy and flavoursome half hour family recipes using 10 ingredients.
‘With all the Mediterranean weather we are experiencing recently – what better time to serve up a fresh al fresco seafood pasta.’
‘Here’s a healthy, easy Baked Cod recipe from Dad. Delicious fish on the bone that holds in all the juices, garnished with black olives and basil.’
‘Summers here a what better time for the French classic Salad Niçoise!’
‘I tend to get home late from work and this little beauty is simple, warming and very quick to make.’
‘Since our trip to Belgo Centraal in Seven Dials, it only seems right that Dad should teach us how to make Moules Marinière.’
‘Oh, now this is the taste of Tuscany. A dish that made me fall in love with mussels and shell fish.’
‘A classic family meal in the WDC household and a simply yummy Japanese dish…’
‘It’s great to watch dad cook like an alchemist, throwing ingredients into a pot. But we all know it will taste delicious…’
‘No recipe, just a guide explaining how to cook these ingredients to perfection…’
‘So Dad mentioned we were having Green Fish Cakes tonight…’
‘Perhaps the most attractive looking dish of late! Perfect if you want to impress your guests to a restaurant quality meal without breaking the bank…’
RT @Bevansbutchers: Some of you may have noticed that we had a little photo shoot outside of the shop this morning, well we couldn’t be mor…