120ml olive oil40g butter50g short-grain rice, soaked for half an hour125g spring onions, trimmed and sliced1 garlic clove, peeled and sliced200g leeks, outer leaves removed, cut in half lengthways and thinly sliced200g watercress, leaves and stalks separated1 tsp salt4 grinds black pepperFor the dashi15cm piece of konbu (or chicken stock or water) … [Read more...] about A taste of spring: recipes from Margot Henderson
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It's a rustic version of braised chicken. Take two whole poulets, and lie them flat on their backs. Take butter, 'schmear' it over their bodies inside and out. Shake garlic and salt over them, and let them cook at 425 degrees on their backs. After 30 minutes turn them over to their sides, turning the temperature down to 350 degrees, so they're sleeping next to or spooning each other. Turn them again for another 30 minutes, so they're spooning each other on the other side. On the bottom of the pan, you should have root vegetables--parsnips, carrots, onions. All the juices drip into that. The chicken is amazing. It falls right off the bone. … [Read more...] about Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner: A Story of Love, Cancer, and Laughter
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Storage Watercress is best eaten as soon after harvesting as possible. The availability of watercress in the supermarkets is down to the relatively new technique of enclosing it in large, inflated plastic bags which keep the humidity high and protect the stems and leaves from damage. At home, ape these conditions by placing the stems in a glass of water and securing a plastic bag over the top with a rubber band. In the fridge it should be good for a couple of days, but with all the hassle involved it might be easier to either eat it straight away or turn it into soup. … [Read more...] about Seasonal food: watercress
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