These tartlets are best if made with really flavourful tomatoes such as heirloom. Grown from ancient seeds, they have the taste and juiciness that tomatoes are supposed to have. If you can't find them, substitute any locally grown tomato.Read More
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This spread with contrasting elements tastes great on grilled bread. Leafy greens, of course, are among the healthiest vegetables to eat. I like spinach, chard, rapini and the dino (black) kale also known as cavallo nero. Use any or all.Read More
Use escarole, frisée, Swiss chard, beet tops, arugula, rapini, bok choy or a mixture, removing any tough stem ends. These greens are slightly bitter, but the flavour mellows when they're cooked.Read More
The colour of radish is lovely but so too is its slightly spicy taste. Espelette peppers are mildly spicy and slightly smoky, which gives the dish a lift. You can substitute chili flakes for more heat, or omit peppers entirely – whatever your preference.