Tag: white wine vinegar

eggs and soilders
Since the French Laundry cookbook has been in my possession it's been tricky to put down. With the mind-blowing success of the Sweet Potato Agnolotti re-creation featured in a previous blog post I was desperate to try another recipe from the book soon after.I flicked through and discovered that the...

Oeuf’s Meurette

Oeuf’s Meurette
This has to be one of my favourite starters. A classic dish of Burgundy, France traditionally using red wine from the region but any good quality red will give you a great result. Key points here are ensuring that the egg is cooked with the yolk remaining runny and...
Provencal style Fish Soup with Aioli, Gruyere and Croutons
A classic soup enjoyed in southern France and now you can enjoy it too. Don’t be put off by the list of ingredients, the preparation is straightforward and the flavour intense! If you don’t fancy preparing the fish yourself, just ask your fishmonger to prepare this for you. The...
Salt Cod Croquettes with Honey and Mustard Mayonnaise
Salt Cod Croquettes idea came about from a tapas dish I once sampled at San Miguel Market in Madrid. A fantastic place which is made up of a load of different tapas stalls and bars all under one roof. This particular snack was salt cod on toasted bread drizzled...