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All the recipes you will find here have been devised for easy preparation: each step of each recipe is illustrated by a photo and detailed explanation, without unnecessary chefs' jargon.

The format (each recipe step = one large photo + explanation), is an important asset of cooking-ez.com, and I write the steps with great care, ensuring clear and simple to follow recipes, even for absolute beginners.

You will see that most recipes are quite straightforward, tested at home by me and presented with a maximum of detailed explanations.

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Recipe of the week:

Fish "à la Bordelaise"

Fish "à la Bordelaise"

Fish "à la Bordelaise" is a fillet topped with a crust of breadcrumbs, herbs and onions cooked in white wine, then oven-baked until golden brown.

It is a classic frozen family meal that many French children have grown up with, but here is a home-made version that is far better.

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In February...

Just coming into season: Endives (head of chicory), Cabbage,
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In season: Oranges, Grapefruit, Apple, Kiwi, Mandarins, Pineapples, Bananas, Chestnuts, Leek, Beetroot, Brussels sprouts, Mont-d'Or,
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End of season for: Japanese chestnut pumpkin (Potimarron), Celeriac, Red cabbage,
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