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Kimchi

There are many different varieties of kimchi – Korea’s national dish. Recipes vary from region to region and preparation methods differ from family to family – so much so that you’re never going to really find one, true, authentic Kimchi recipe. Keeping that in mind I think the best you can do is make the stuff to suit your tastes. The ingredients you can actually get hold of will also dictate the direction your kimchi takes. That said, you’re going to need Korean red pepper powder (Gochugaru) at the very least so do your best to hunt some down. You...

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Brill Poached In Beer With Cabbage & Pancetta

Brill – it’s a lovely fish. A nice clean meat with a good firm texture and not overly strong tasting. It’s a (slightly) cheaper version of Turbot. Unfortunately it has been over-fished and we should be encouraged to seek alternatives. But – I’m of the opinion that if we eat enough sustainable fish and¬†occasionally eat a fish that has been over-fished, it’s not the end of the world. Do your bit for sustainable fish but don’t deprive yourself of the¬†occasional treat. First you need to fillet the fish. You get 4 fillets from a flat fish like this. Take a...

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