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Salade Niçoise

Of late, I have come to the conclusion that tuna is redundant in a salade Niçoise. This is purely personal and I know that some aficiona...

by Simon Hopkinson


Poulet Sauté Au Vinaigre

This very simple dish is a great favorite. Its success lies in the fact that there are very few ingredients other than a good chicken an...

by Simon Hopkinson

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Oriental Salad

The idea for this recipe developed from traditional Thai salads, which make use of bean sprouts, noodles, mint and cilantro, chillies, o...

by Simon Hopkinson


Roast Leg of Lamb with Anchovy, Garlic, and Rosemary

Lamb and anchovy, odd though it may seem, were made for each other. I think I am right in saying that this roast lamb is a continental c...

by Simon Hopkinson


Slow-Braised Belly Pork with Soy, Ginger, and Garlic

Braised belly pork given this treatment ends up as a wondrously tender and melting piece of meat. The recipe has evolved from various id...

by Simon Hopkinson


Roasted Leg of Rabbit with Bacon and a Mustard Sauce

The rabbit that you use for this dish should be the French-farmed variety. They are tender, large, and succulent. If you find it impossib...

by Simon Hopkinson


Spinach Dumplings

I call these “dumplings” because I think it’s a nice name, but they really are a sort of gnocchi. These are delicate dumplings, not your...

by Simon Hopkinson


Tripe Madrid-Style

This recipe is adapted from the excellent The Foods and Wines of Spain by Penelope Casas. It is a heart-warming dish that should be cook...

by Simon Hopkinson


Marinated Tuna with Avocado, Chilli, and Cucumber

Based upon the South American favorite ceviche; in other words, raw fish “cooked” by being soaked in lemon or lime juice until slightly ...

by Simon Hopkinson


Fennel à la Grecque

This is particularly good as an accompaniment to grilled or cold poached fish such as (respectively) mullet or salmon but it is equally ...

by Simon Hopkinson


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