Category Archives: Fish recipes

Hake with pimentón

Hake is a fish that is not often found on menus, or in shops in Britain, but in Spain it is both everyday and special. In the fish markets in Andalucia, it is possibly one of the most common species … Continue reading

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Tortillitas de camarones

There are some foods that are unforgettable and legendary, ones that are marked by time and place in such a way that they stay with you forever. These little fritters are one such legend. I first encountered them on a meandering … Continue reading

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Morito mackerel kebabs

The word kebab is often a little tarnished. But, since the Friday-night kebabs of my youth, the reality of what a kebab is, or what is on sale has changed somewhat. Anyone who has tried Greek souvlaki or a Lebanese chicken shawarma … Continue reading

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How to feel rich for a quid: marinated feta and mashed sardines

There aren’t many things that will tempt me into Lidl, despite the apparently jaw-dropping prices. The queues are so long, and the experience so abrasive, that I would rather pay more for things than brave it. However, they do have … Continue reading

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The twelve days of Kickstarter: salmon rillettes

If you have read my last post, then you will know that I have launched a cookbook publisher. As I write this, I have twelve days to go on a Kickstarter campaign to reach my goal of £24000 which will pay … Continue reading

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The Italian blog: Locatelli’s sea bream with tomatoes, capers, parsley and garlic

Italy, unlike France, Spain and the States, has never been a place that has really tempted me. Especially not in food terms. This might have something to do with the fact that I am a tiny bit wheat-intolerant and can … Continue reading

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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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