Category Archives: Simon Hopkinson

Smoked haddock, chilli, coriander and ginger pilaf

There are three things that make cooking go well in my opinion: a complete immersion in, and love for the process, the best ingredients and the sort of hunger that allows you to appreciate and wait for the results, rather … Continue reading

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Turning a dullard into a diva: a pork chop transformed

Pork chops; not very exciting are they? Now, a lamb chop, even when it is simply grilled is a thing of beauty already but then throw in some feta, lemon and thyme and, well, it is completely wonderful. It helps … Continue reading

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Really easy pork loin with endive

In Paris the other week Jerry and I spent a lot of time talking about chicory, or endive. We both love it and marvelled at the way its bitter leaves melt when cooked for a long period of time and … Continue reading

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Simon Hopkinson’s anchovy and onion tart

I’ve never been much of a fan of telly chefs; I remember vaguely watching the Galloping Gourmet prancing about a kitchen in the days of black and white television, I probably watched some Delia under duress in the seventies and … Continue reading

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