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Unusual recipes and cooking techniques from Philippe Broad.

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Sea Bream in a Papillote with Salsifies

Sea bream are also known by the European names dorade, dorado or orata, and in the United States, porgy.
9 Aug 2016

Chef's Recipe: Lemon Cream Brioches With Almond Glaze

Pastry chef Ian Farrell creates a new french brioche recipe, Lemon Cream Brioches With Almond Glaze.

Chef's Recipe: Holiday Pecan Pie

Just in time for the autumn and winter holidays: a recipe for a delicious pecan pie from the archives of Cyberchef editor Philippe Broad.

Summer Dessert Recipe: Red Fruits Soup with Basil

Cyberchef Philippe Broad's summer dessert recipe was inspired by American peppered plum jam from the Carolinas.

Grilled Breasts of Duck With Apricots

Cyberchef's Philippe Broad recommends this succulent French recipe for breasts of duck.

Mackerel with Red Currants: A Heart-Healthy Recipe for Lent

Whether you're observing Lenten traditions or trying to eat heart-healthy, mackerel can find a place on your table. This traditional French preparation includes the unexpected touch of red currants.

Shellfish (or Mussels) Stock

All shellfish make excellent stock. Mussels are used mostly, but this recipe is valid for all varieties.

Chef's Dessert: Pear Ginger Crème Brulée Pie

Looking for something beyond the ordinary pumpkin and apple pies for your traditional holiday dinner this year? Chef Ian Farrell suggests the autumnal combination of Bartlett pears and ginger.

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Baked Mackerel with Red Currants: A Heart-Healthy Recipe for Lent

Culturekiosque's Philippe Broad recommends a traditional French recipe for mackerel with garlic, white wine, and thyme, and an unexpected touch: red currants.

Baked Mackerel with Red Currants: A Heart-Healthy Recipe for Lent

Whether you're observing Lenten traditions or trying to eat heart-healthy, mackerel can find a place on your table. This traditional French preparation includes the unexpected touch of red currants.

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