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Sea bass with mango and chilli sauce

Sea bass with mango and chilli sauce

The weather this summer is fantastic. Every weekend feels like you are on holidays. It is just amazing! Simply perfect for outdoor cooking. But even I can eventually get bored with barbeque. It’s hard to believe, isn’t it! To have a break from the constant charcoal smoke I decided last weekend to cook inside. I wanted to stay with the summer theme though. And what is more summery than exotic fruit such as mango. Combine it with chilli and the…

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Blueberry clafoutis

Blueberry clafoutis

We are at the top of berry and soft fruit season. Warm and sunny summer gives us plenty of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cherries, blackcurrants etc. My in laws have so many raspberries this year that they feature in our diet pretty much daily now. I already made several jars of blackcurrant jam with chia seeds (give it a go by the way, it’s amazing!). But this recipe is about blueberries. Last weekend I had to figure out how to use…

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Bread with a poolish ferment

Bread with a poolish ferment

Some people love chocolate, other have cheese fetish. There are even marmite lovers (don’t know why so don’t ask me)! I simply couldn’t live without bread. Don’t judge me. I know it is not a trendy fit food. I does not belong to the low carb, ramen, paleo club. I don’t care. I absolutely adore the stuff. For me there is nothing better than a bite freshly baked baguette or a slice of bread drizzled with olive oil and then…

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Fish pie

Fish pie

Few weeks ago I published photographs my wife’s fish pie on my instagram and facebook pages. It intrigues several of my followers and I promised to prepare a recipe for this dish. Apologies for the wait but your patience is now being rewarded. Last weekend I cooked fish pie for dinner according to my wife’s strict instructions and I am now ready to share her secret. This is a great dish for using spare bits of fish after filleting. Filling…

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Sourdough ciabatta

Sourdough ciabatta

Ciabatta, the famous Italian slipper. You can mass produced variation of this bread almost everywhere so it feels like it has been with us forever. But do you know that ciabatta is only 36 years old? In terms of bread history it is infancy! For me it doesn’t matter, I love this bread. It’s soft oily crumb, open texture. It is absolutely amazing when sliced, drizzled with olive oil and lightly grilled. It makes ideal base for bruschetta as well….

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