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Category Archives: BBC Radio Recipes
RECIPE: Two-Mustard Garlic Baguette
As the second side to serve with my Short Rib Pot au Feu in my BBC Radio Oxford series, I slather a warm, crusty baguette with two mustards, garlic, butter, and herbs. What better to soak in stew than little … Continue reading
RECIPE: Chervil Carrots
My favorite part of stew is the carrots. As one of the sides for my BBC Radio Oxford four-course French dinner, I updated the stew carrots in the Beef Short Rib Pot au Feu by roasting English Chantenays in the … Continue reading
RECIPE: Beef Short Rib Pot au Feu
In my four-course modern French meal for BBC Radio Oxford, this streamlined stew from French antiquity plays the star role. In my next post, get the recipes for the Chervil Chantenay Carrots and Two-Mustard Garlic Baguette that I serve alongside… … Continue reading
RECIPE: Roquefort and Walnut-Stuffed Baked Artichokes
For the BBC Radio Oxford, besides Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and Easter segments, I recorded a series of four courses, for a simple Franco-English dinner that anyone could make any night of the week. This menu is something I adore, … Continue reading
RECIPE: Spring Vegetables with Crème Fraîche and Chives
Mother’s Day is the harbinger of spring, so to go with our Norman Apple Cornish Hens, I make a whole brood of light, creamy spring vegetables. Your mother always made you eat your vegetables, so now’s your time to make … Continue reading
RECIPE: Norman Apple Hens
The BBC recipes are now available! I’ll publish them as they are released… My master’s degree from Oxford is in English literature, so it’s no surprise that sometimes in my cooking I wax poetic and get a bit punny … Continue reading
The BBC Radio Oxford website is up! It is in its skeletal form, but eventually, all the recipes, pictures, and links will be posted HERE.