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What do you do when your garden has an abundance of sugar snap peas, snow peas (and broad beans very soon)? You make this spectacular yet so easy salad. 63 more words
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Learning to cook ‘en papillote’ can be a challenge for the home cook. The French technique is accomplished by folding fish and aromatics in parchment paper while baking, as the steam creates a natural cocoon, locking in moisture and giving the fish a delicate fragrance.
Shrimp and mushrooms are a classic combination in stir fry dishes. In this Chinese-style dish, I’ve added another layer of flavor by braising dried shii take mushrooms in oyster sauce first. 582 more words
This post is a brief follow up to #99, in which I shared my horticultural glee at the appearance of my very first snow pea.Today, I undertook my inaugural harvest, a feat which lasted an exhausting three minutes, and consisted of four snow peas and a handful of baby rocket leaves (see image). 74 more words