Melt in the mouth, slow-cooked duck legs are served with a Veracruzan sauce recipe in this stunning dish. The port of Veracruz, on the Gulf of Mexico, was one of… [Continue Reading]
Skate wings as sold in fishmongers or the fish and chip shops in the UK are not actually skate at all but mostly thornback rays. Thornback rays are members of… [Continue Reading]
Easy mid-week braised duck legs simply braised served with kale and/or mashed potato with mustard. You can find good quality duck legs from Gressingham in all of the main supermarkets.
I have a reputation with my fellow anglers for being somewhat prone to catching the lesser spotted dogfish, Scyliorhinus canicula, a member of the shark family. This is not to… [Continue Reading]
This rack of lamb recipe from Gav’s Kitchen is really tasty and when served with a reduced port wine sauce is absolutely delicious! It is very easy to cook with… [Continue Reading]
This duck breast with orange sauce is easy with a delicious sauce. As anyone who knows me will testify, I am partial to duck and if it is on a… [Continue Reading]
An easy apple sauce needing just four ingredients which goes great with pork or duck. Bramley apples are best for cooking and are widely available.
In Morocco, spiced lamb tagines are a staple dish. Quick to make but slow to cook, this recipe from James Martin uses a classic combination of spices for tagines for… [Continue Reading]
These baby squid stuffed with morcilla, (Spanish black pudding) make a great tapa. This recipe was inspired by one from Jamie Oliver influenced by a couple of others I found… [Continue Reading]
Spain’s answer to our black pudding is a mile from the slice you’ll get with your fry-up. It’s a spiced blood sausage, delicate, with a gentle tang. Recipes vary across Spain… [Continue Reading]