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Boiled leg of mutton with anchovy and parsley sauce recipe

This is a recipe from the Michel Roux Jr and Bordeaux wine partnership A long lost yet timeless classic, perfect alternative to a Sunday roast. If anchovies are not for you then it works just as well without but I find the little pungent saltiness works well with the robust flavour of the mutton. Serves…

Cheese and ham pie recipe

This is a recipe from the Michel Roux Jr and Bordeaux wine partnership Choose a good quality puff pastry made with butter, this is a luxurious feast that is great served warm but equally good cold. Perfect for a hamper. Serves 6-8 Ingredients: 375g puff pastry 1 egg, beaten 50g mature cheddar, grated 150g Gruyère…

Sourdough pancake recipe

Sourdough pancakes

I wrote a recipe for Yahoo last year for Pancake Day, using a sour dough starter. It made a lighter, and slightly more tangy, version of my normal pancakes. I can never get over how round my pancakes were. And they were delicious too. Unfortunately, with all the travelling I did last year, the sour dough…

Duck confit recipe

This is a recipe from the Michel Roux Jr and Bordeaux wine partnership Duck confit is incredibly easy to make and so versatile when homemade and served on a bed of garlicky potatoes. It cannot fail to impress. Serves 8 Ingredients: 8 duck legs 500g good-quality coarse sea salt 1.5kg duck fat 6 sage leaves…

Everyday Roux recipes and Bordeaux Wines

When the 2013 Everyday Bordeaux collection of wines was launched last year, Bordeaux Wines announced a partnership with two Michelin-starred chef, Michel Roux Jr, to publish eight of his favourite recipes for casual entertaining at home. Classic and French-inspired, the dishes are designed to match with the everyday wines from Bordeaux, though of course they work just…

Chinese New Year recipes

Like Christmas, Chinese New Year inevitably throws up the same dishes year after year. Chinese dumplings (Jiao Zi), fish, and for the Sichuanese, glutinous rice balls (Tang Yuan). It’s as much tradition as luck and superstition. In my family, it’s always regarded fervently as family time. Months ahead, we book the time off to be…

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