Pork Fillet Prosciutto

Saltimbocca meaning “jump in the mouth” is usually an Italian dish prepared with veal, the combination of the sage and the prosciutto are a perfect marriage. The perfect marriage of
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Lamb And Potato Moussaka

A Greek version of Moussaka consisting of layers of eggplant and potato, it’s very similar to a lasagna without the pasta. Serve it with a Greek salad for a perfect
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Pork Wellington Recipe

Named after the Duke of Wellington, this old classic recipe normally known as Beef Wellington, is replacing the beef with the pork tenderloin cut, pork fillet.

Boeuf Bourguignon

Slow cooking is the secret to this dish. Beef burgundy known in French as Boeuf Bourguignon, a well know and popular dish across France. It’s a slow cooked stew, braised
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Chocolate Fudgy Brownies

A brownie is a cross between a cake and chocolate fudge or a soft cookie, and can be anywhere in between. I like mine a little more on the fudge
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Crepes Suzette Recipe

Crepe Suzette is a French dessert consisting of crepes (thin pancakes) and a carmelised sauce of sugar and butter with orange juice. Usually served flambe with a Grand Marnier orange
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Cherry Clafoutis

A clafoutis is a baked French dessert from Limousin that was traditionally made with black cherries. The cherries are arranged in a lined mould, enough to cover the whole bottom
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Pain Perdu With Berries

The French translation of “Pain Perdu” means lost bread, or spoiled bread, a recipe devised to use up left over stale bread. Created during wartime economies in a way not
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Non Dairy Fruit Icecream

The easiest way to make icecream without dairy, it taste incredible, kids love it and it’s hard to believe that it’s made only with fruit. You’ll need a good food
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Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin pie is a traditional sweet dessert mainly enjoyed in US and Canada. I’m from Australia and although we call cute kids pumpkin pie, it’s not a dessert we see
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Thai Coconut Cremes

This dessert has been a really big hit at dinner parties. Combining the French flair with the exotic flavours of Thailand, the combination of coconut and the tangy flavours of
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How to make the Classic French Crepe

A crepe is basically a type of thin pancake made from wheat flour. Crepes originated in Brittany, the Northwest of France and quickly became very popular worldwide. They can be
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