Tropical Gourmet: New Caledonia
Make your own delicious dollop - and put a spin on it, from an Indian-inspired salad dressing to a green goddess sauce.
You don’t need any pots or pans for this – the lemon and lime juice essentially cooks the fish.
Here’s how to give used beans another life (plus what's the deal with essence and extract?)
These hash browns are crunchy on the outside and soft in the centre, and so easy to make.
White chocolate, coconut, fresh tropical fruit: this is a lovely summer dessert.
Watermelon goes well with fish, especially in a fresh, crunchy salad like this, paired with cabbage and cucumber.
'En papillote' means cooking in a little parcel. It traps the steam and is a quick and easy way to cook seafood.
All our fave ways to turn a hunk of bread into a marvellous meal, from falling apart pork to fried cheese and tasty-as-heck tofu.
This is the ultimate crab and prawn sambo, a celebration of the food of New Caledonia.
The garnish is a fabulous combination of sweet, sharp, crunchy and zesty, with a little bite from the chilli and radish.
This is a wonderful way of cooking larger octopus, as it becomes so tender. Serve with crusty baguette for mopping up the sauce!
The fruit makes this a vibrant coloured cocktail, perfect for a hot summer day.