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Spice Crusted Tuna

Yields: 2 – 4 Servings Ingredients 2-8 ounce tuna steaks a big splash of refined safflower oil (or other cooking oil but safflower has the highest smoke point) For Spice Crust Option 1: 2 tablespoons of black peppercorns 2 tablespoons of fennel seed 1 teaspoon of coarse salt For Spice Crust Option 2: 2 tablespoons of […]

Vegetarian Chilli

Nothing beats the taste of lobster cooked in seawater.  Learn how to make your own Seawater Lobster, and how that lobster can quickly become a sumptuous Lobster Corn Chowder.  See how a Vegetarian Chilli becomes a Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie with Vegetarian Chili with Sweet Potato, and you’ Yield :6 Servings Ingredients For the Flavour Base: a splash of olive oil […]

Best Ever Potato Skins

In this episode, Tom’s serving up some great crowd pleasing dishes, perfect for sharing with mates at a party.  However, there are no canapes on this menu – Tom likes to make proper hearty food for his guests that you can eat in your hands, packed full of flavour. To start he transforms ordinary filled […]

Tom Kerridge’s Best Ever Dishes

Double-Michelin starred chef, Tom Kerridge, creates his best ever versions of some of our favourite dishes, from tomato soup to treacle tart, roast lamb to rice pudding. Tom will shake up these classics, share his cooking tips and transform these well-known favourites from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Give the Kerridge twist to a simple […]

Bacon and Blue Cheese Risotto

Yield: 4 – 6 Servings Ingredients 4 slices of bacon, chopped 1 onion, chopped 4 cloves of garlic, chopped 2 cups of Arborio rice 1 cup of any red wine 8 cups of chicken broth 1 cup of blue cheese like Gorgonzola 2 sprigs of fresh rosemary, chopped Method Lightly simmer the chicken broth in […]

Harvest Salad with Apple Cider Vinaigrette

Discover a new way to bring salmon to your table with Pan Rushed Salmon with Three Tomatoes and Pan Rushed Salmon with Bacon Clam Chowder.  Learn a new twist on classic house salads; Salad and Harvest Salad with Apple Cider Vinaigrette. Ingredients For the croutons: 1 whole baguette, torn ¼ cup of water ¼ cup of olive oil For the pumpkin […]

Maple and balsamic glazed lamb chops

Not a reinvention of the wheel with these flavour combos but a simple seductive supper none-the-less. I have to do away with knives and forks for these little lamb chops and with messy fingers gnaw off the meat, right down to the bone. Time from start to finish: 20 minutes Serves 4 Ingredients Cous cous: […]

Dulce and Banana Cake

A super quick, super tasty banana tray bake. I am sure most of you know that Dulce is Italian for Sweet. I came up with this one night sitting in front of the telly half watching TV. I thought of my old job in fashion, I thought of a famous Italian design duo and well, […]

How To Cook Well with Rory O’Connell

Rory O’Connell is probably Ireland’s most experienced cookery teacher – he has been teaching people how to cook for more than 30 years, having co-founded the Ballymaloe Cookery School with his sister, Darina Allen. And in this brand new series, Rory introduces the timeless, classic, and essential techniques, which every cook needs to understand and […]

Pan-fried Mascarpone Gnocchi with Dreamy Basil Pesto

I first had gnocchi in an Italian restaurant near my house and I had to find out all about it; where it was from, how it was made and it’s variations. They told me they used mashed potatoes and other ingredients to make the teeny pillows of heaven. I really wanted to put them in […]

Indian Style Roast Chicken

Chicken or Egg, which came first is anyone’s guess, but where they come FROM is incredibly important. Pete visits Mulloon Creek Natural Farms with Tony Coote, and finds thousands of the happiest chickens on earth. Tony and Pete make Spanish Eggs, Indian Spiced Roast Chicken. And Pete takes a visit to San Francisco to shop […]

Donna Hay: Basics to Brilliance – KIDS

In this 8-part series, food stylist, Donna Hay, will show viewers how to create exciting, tasty and creative variations from simple basic recipes that every home cook should learn and know. “Once you’ve mastered a repertoire of simple recipes, and you learn how to make tweaks here and there, the possibilities are endless” Donna Hay […]

Gingerbread Pancakes with Parma Ham and Maple Syrup

Major brownies points are awarded to those who go the extra mile on the Sunday and rustle up this breakfast dish. If you prefer to have the pancakes plain, then just omit the cinnamon, ground ginger, lemon zest, vanilla and sugar.  This plain mix can also be used for your Yorkshire puddings Time from start […]

Coconut Yoghurt

Pete finds out that we are actually more bacteria than human – thanks to the healthy microbes that live in our gut. How do we take care of these vital organisms? Fermented foods! From Sauerkraut with Kitsa Yanniotis, to Coconut Kefir and Yogurt with Maria Hunt, to Kimchi, to the PRE-biotic: Sweet Potato Fries with […]

Lorraine’s Fast Fresh and Easy Food

In Fast, Fresh and Easy Food, Lorraine Pascal reveals culinary trade secrets and show us invaluable kitchen shortcuts for every occasion. Throughout the series the audience is enticed by the screen-licking beauty of the food; Lorraine will cook five inviting and accessible dishes per episode. From a sunny, summer pasta dish ready in four minutes […]

Aussie Olive damper bread

I first went to Sydney in my teens and when I saw the Opera House, I fell head over heels in love with the place. This is an Australian bread traditionally (I am led to believe) made by people in the bush on the camp fire. I love green olives, but the black variety, although […]

Party Fillet

Ingredients 1 medium fillet, cut into six thick steaks olive oil salt and pepper 45ml (3tbsp) butter 15-30ml (1-2 tbsp) readymade mustard 125g creamy blue cheese, crumbled 125ml (1/2 cup) cream 30ml (2tbsp) brandy parsley or thyme to garnish Method Brush each steak with olive oil and just before cooking season. Heat a generous splash […]

Chocolate Beet Mudcakes

Don’t freak out, but you can eat bread… just not made from grains. And you can have sweet… just not from processed sugar. From Sprouted Buckwheat Bread with Pete Melov, to Coconut Macaroons with Anthia Koullouros, to Mixed Berry Muffins, to Beetroot Cake with Avocado/Chocolate icing. Serves:8 Ingredients Mudcake 300 g (2 cups) mixed macadamia […]

Perfect Pizza Dough

Jamie has a passion for pizza and he’s learnt interesting variations from his travels in Italy where many recipes are passed down through generations. Ingredients 7 cups strong white bread flour or Tipo “00” flour or 5 cups strong white bread flour or Tipo “00” flour, plus 2 cups finely ground semolina flour 1 level […]

Beautiful Zucchini Carbonara

There’s a bumper crop of courgettes in Jamie’s garden and he shows us how to utilise them whilst they are in season. Not only do they come in all shapes, sizes and colours but the delicate flowers are edible too. The flowers are very hard to obtain so by growing your own you have access […]

Popcorn Chicken

Ingredients `6 chicken breast fillets 500ml (2cups) buttermilk 10ml (2tsp) salt 180g (1 ½ cups) flour 10ml (2tsp) onion powder 15ml (1tbsp) Cajun spice powder 5ml (1tsp) cayenne pepper 7,5ml (11/2 tsp) dried oregano 5ml (1tsp) turmeric Pepper Oil for deep frying Method Cut the chicken breast fillets into small equal sized cubes. Pour buttermilk […]

Chicken Bone Broth

What’s one of the healthiest things you can ever make? Bone broth. And Pete explores it to the fullest. From Chicken Soup with naturopath Anthia Koullouros, to Katsuo Dashi with San Francisco’s Cortney Burns, to Wes Carr and Charlotte Gregg’s Baby Liver Paté. Guests include Sally Fallon from the Weston Price Foundation. Tip Farm-raised, free-range […]

Biltong Steaks with Sweet Mustard

Cooking for two can be more effort than you really want it to be, but with Hilary’s quick and easy recipes, you can have a delicious meal on the table in no time. In this episode she makes biltong-spiced steaks with a corn pickle, a pastrami cheese pie with a quick cabbage salad, and for […]

Raw Cauliflower Tabouli

Pete visits an organic Kale farm for a chat with Australian Organic’s Andrew Monk, in an all-vegetarian episode. Meals include Kale Caesar Salad, Raw Slaw with Homemade Mayo, Cauliflower Tabouli, and Luke Hine’s Paleo Parfait. Serves: 4 Ingredients ½  head of cauliflower (about 500 g), cut into florets 4 tablespoons chopped flat-leaf parsley leaves 2 […]

Tomato consommé

I never thought I’d include this kind of recipe in one of my books, as it’s more of a posh restaurant kind of dish. However, it’s so simple to make and incredibly fresh and delicious, I didn’t want to let personal style get in the way of a cracking recipe. I’ve based this soup on […]

Chicken and Cashew Stir-fry

Ingredients 500g chicken thigh fillets 2 cloves of garlic, crushed 2 Thai chillies, seeded and chopped handful of fresh coriander, chopped 15ml (1tbsp) sesame oil 30ml (2tbsp) peanut oil 4 spring onions, finely sliced 15ml (1tbsp) rice wine vinegar juice of 1 lime 15ml (1tbsp) sweet chilli sauce handful of cashew nuts plus extra handful […]

Taj and Johnny’s Fish and Chips

Pete takes you through the big ideas, the whys and wherefores of the Paleo Way. How did what we ate affect how we evolved? And, most importantly, how do we translate that into the 21st Century kitchen? Meals include Mum’s Bolognese with zucchini “pasta,” Coconut Curry with guest chef, Seamus Mullen, and Paleo Fish and […]

Humble Home-cooked Beans

Jamie cooks three varied recipes to show the versatility of beans. Coloured runner beans go into a hearty runner bean stew, French beans make up a marinated bean salad and Jamie makes the best homemade beans using beautiful borlotti beans. Ingredients For the beans: 11 ounces dried cranberry or cannellini beans, soaked in cold water […]

Asparagus and Tomato Pizzette

No one can resist good Italian food, and its so quick and easy to make yourself. In this episode Hilary prepares asaragus and tomato pitzette, chicken saltimbocca and a fiery penne arribiata. And for some picnic food, an antipasti loaf along with a sesame and poppy seed olive oil cake. Makes 6 Ingredients Pizza Base: […]

Cheddar Melt with Apple Rosti

Serves 4 Ingredients Apple Rösti: 3 large potatoes, peeled and coarsely grated 1 large Granny Smith apple, peeled and grated 15ml (1 tbsp) lemon juice 60ml (¼ cup) cake flour 5ml (1tsp) baking powder 1 large egg Salt and pepper, to taste Oil, for frying Cheddar Melt: 200ml cider 400g mature cheddar, grated 15ml (1 […]

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