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Celeriac leek soup in a small bowl on a red and beige napkin with a spoon

Leek, Potato and Celeriac Soup

What to do when you find a bunch of leeks, 2 small celeriac (celery root) and some potatoes that need using up in your crisper? Make soup of course! I was planning on making a simple leek and potato soup but noticed that the celeriac were on their last legs so… I figured why not […]

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Baked Risotto with Chicken, Leeks & Lemon from Oven to Table on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Oven to Table

How are you doing out there? If you’re in the northern hemisphere, you’ll be rolling towards the end of the school year and the summer season. Whether this means you’ve got busy end of school-year activities on the go or you’re looking for quick and easy dinner solutions for the summer so you can get […]

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Crispy Vegetable Cakes from In the French kitchen with kids on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make Crispy Vegetable Cakes from In the French kitchen with kids

The Petits Chefs are back for the final term of the school year! Typically, the first few weeks of club are a little all over the place as boys are still trying out for teams and don’t know if they’ve made it for a week or two so I never really know who is showing […]

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Cook the Book Fridays Leeks with bacon-mustard vinaigrette from My Paris Kitchen on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Leeks with bacon-mustard vinaigrette from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s recipe for Cook the Book Fridays from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen is a classic bistro dish  – leeks with bacon-mustard vinaigrette. And by “classic” we mean it really should not be messed with. As in, the bacon is a David addition. His partner, Romain, raised his eyebrows when he first say David […]

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Cold leek and potato soup on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Chilled leek and potato soup

Summer. It can be a weird season. Here in Europe, I’ve seen days when it’s been 42˚C and others when it’s been 18˚C. Down in the South-West of France, the evenings actually cool down quite a bit so while you might be sweltering in the daytime, come the evening you might need a light sweater […]

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Vol au vents with creamy leek and mushroom filling on eatlivetravelwrite.com

How to make homemade vol-au-vent shells

Vol au vents. Light flaky puff pastry cases filled with a warm (usually savoury) filling. Ubiquitous on the 70s cocktail circuit. Oh so exotic (at the time). Where have these gone? I remember being able to easily find these at a supermarket but now not so much. You can find them if you search, but […]

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