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    FAR-EAST FEAST

    Written on 16th December 2014

    The eggplant is great with asparagus added. I also like to steam cubes of silken tofu, place them in the bottom of the serving bowl, then add the sauce. This duck sauce is really yummy served on noodles or steamed rice. You can make it with chicken or quail, or...

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    OLD-SCHOOL HONG KONG

    Written on 15th December 2014

    In search of inspiration, Neil Perry roots out some of Hong Kong’s classic Cantonese gems. I recently spent a week in Hong Kong with my Spice Temple chefs looking at classic Hong Kong Cantonese restaurants. It reinforced to me just how...

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    FESTIVE FILLERS

    Written on 13th December 2014

    You can replace the scampi with sashimi-grade fish such as hiramasa kingfish or, if your prefer your seafood cooked, use some split prawns, freshly grilled on the barbecue. A great salsa verde needs the best available anchovies. Ortiz is an excellent...

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    DECEMBER TRADING AND ROCKPOOL GIFTS

    Written on 7th December 2014

    Hot, sticky days, streets lined with tinsel and baubles, hoards of shoppers scurrying through the city with looks of pure determination and that festive feeling in the air… it’s starting to look a lot like Christmas! We’re one week into...

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    TASTE OF IBERIA

    Written on 5th December 2014

    I also like to serve the asparagus dish with the olives and almonds replaced with preserved anchovies or fried capers. You can replace the tuna with swordfish or even diced chicken. Some freshly chopped red chillies will add a little heat to the...

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