Marinated Fish & Radish Toasts

Marinated Fish & Radish Toasts

These open sandwiches or tartines make a great summer appetizer. You’ll love the combination of radish with a sesame touch and fish marinated in lemon juice and peel. Topped with cilantro leaves, they are highly refreshing and contains plenty of good nutrients....
How to Make Fish Stock

How to Make Fish Stock

Fish stock are easy and quick to make, and they can be used to make delicious fish soups, chowders, risotto or fish pies. They are also very good for our health, and in this video I’m explaining exactly why (plus I tell you a little story from when I lived in...
Grilled White Fish with Harissa and Cilantro Potatoes

Grilled White Fish with Harissa and Cilantro Potatoes

Harissa is basically a North-African chili sauce that’s commonly eaten with couscous and other dishes such as this Moroccan chickpea salad. It can seem a little unusual to put harissa on fish, as it’s traditionally used a lot more for meat and vegetables....
Green Olives Spread Recipe & 4 Ways to Enjoy It

Green Olives Spread Recipe & 4 Ways to Enjoy It

In this video I show you how to make a green olives spread. This super healthy recipe features olives, anchovies and capers. For a vegetarian version, simply don’t add the anchovies. The recipe was invented in the 19th century in the South of France. And it is...
Grilled Mackerel with Green Olives, Raisins and Celery

Grilled Mackerel with Green Olives, Raisins and Celery

This is another delicious recipe from Chef Yotam Ottolenghi that I adapted. I didn’t want the celery to be overpowering, so I reduced the quantity in half, and I replaced the raisins with sultanas. This dish has lots of flavors, with a sour taste from caper...
Stuffed Cabbage with Salmon On a Bed of Carrots and Bacon

Stuffed Cabbage with Salmon On a Bed of Carrots and Bacon

This stuffed cabbage with salmon is the recipe of Danièle Mazet Delpeuch, the cook of former French President François Mitterrand. Her story inspired a movie called “Les saveurs du Palais”, with well-known actors Catherine Frot and Jean D’Ormesson. I...
Italian Boiled Beef with Parsley, Tomato & Anchovy Dipping Sauces

Italian Boiled Beef with Parsley, Tomato & Anchovy Dipping Sauces

There are many different versions of slow cooker boiled beef with vegetables and dips. There is the classic French Pot-au-feu, there is the Austrian Tafelspitz, or there is this Italian version with 2 wonderful dipping sauces made with tomato, parsley, and anchovies....
How to Make Sushi – Part 3: Nigiri Sushi & Presentation

How to Make Sushi – Part 3: Nigiri Sushi & Presentation

This is the third (and last) part of this short tutorial series on how to make sushi at home. In Part 1 we’ve learned how to make futomaki sushi, and in part 2 we’ve seen how to make maki sushi. Today I show you how to make nigiri sushi, and I give you a...
How to Make Sushi – Part 2: Maki Sushi

How to Make Sushi – Part 2: Maki Sushi

In part 1 of this tutorial, we’ve learned how to make futomaki sushi. Today I will show you how to make maki sushi. Maki sushi are simply rolls; they are a lot smaller than futomaki (which means big roll). Here you will see how to make maki with red tuna, but...