This salad combines the earthy sweetness of carrots and onions, the freshness of mint and labne, and pepitas thrown in for crunch.
My preferred cut for roasting pork is the loin with the bone in.
I like to use a mixture of wild weeds such as dandelion, chickweed, purslane, wild brassicas and wild fennel combined with cultivated greens.
There’s plenty of tasty options for when your crusty bread stick becomes a little too crusty.
Want to make a pancake that really stacks up? Paul's got a little secret to share.
Homemade gnocchi is a revelation. They’re little pillows that soak up sauce readily, like this simple but excellent braised beef.
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I love preparing a simple salad that’s built around lightly toasted pearl couscous.
Goat has a wonderful flavour of its own, and the shoulders lend themselves particularly well to a flavour-packed marinade and a long, slow roast.
The wattleseeds add a nutty, coffee-like flavour and smell fantastic when sliced hot.
Blood oranges are wonderfully sweet with the perfect amount of tang. When they’re in season, I like to use them to bake this tart.
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