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Skate is a hugely under-valued fish. We love it here. It’s also great for kids as it doesn’t have hard fish bones. I’ve been working on techniques using the distinctive texture of the flesh which reminds me of soft, subtle elvers. Here the fillets are teased into strands and fried – it works a treat with pasta.
Turnips in London’s Borough Market have a fantastic display of very high quality fruit, they are also very helpful and knowledgeable about their produce.
This is inspired by a recipe in the book, ‘Salad’ by Amy Nathan (1985).
“A great recipe for those who are strapped for time! Don’t forget the yogurt!”
This is an authentic take on a famous Thai dish. As it is it makes a great starter or light lunch or supper. But you can bulk it out with rice noodles, pak choi and beansprouts if you want to make a more filling complete meal.
‘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!’
‘Arancini balls inspired by our favourite Italian crime show, Inspector Montalbano!’
‘How to make delicious, sweet piedmont peppers at home in less than an hour.’
‘Dad’s finally shared the recipe for his chipotle sauce!’
‘I should claim credit for introducing this SOS puff pastry pizza idea to Dad. We lived off these quick pizzas on a recent holiday to Italy with mates…’
‘Late lunch, cold winter night, tired… Whatever the excuse the classic cheese on toast will save you…’
‘Another SOS meal… Saturday morning and there’s a couple eggs left and a bunch of leftovers, what does Dad do..?’
🍽️Day 3: Dad's foodie stories🍽️
"A kerfuffle of Parma ham…"
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