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mangetout

mangetout

Indonesian Fried Rice

Indonesian Fried Rice

spicy scallops

spicy scallops

Onion and turnip soup

Onion and turnip soup

Gennaro cooks Italian Zabaglione

Gennaro cooks Italian Zabaglione

Put a large frying pan on a medium heat. Season the trout on both sides with a pinch of salt and pepper. Add a good lug of olive oil to the pan and scatter in the thyme tips, followed by the trout, skin-side down (you may have to do this in 2 batches). Press down on the fish with a fish slice to help the skin crisp up. Cook for 4 minutes, jiggling the pan every now and then, and turning for the last 20 seconds or so to finish it off

Put a large frying pan on a medium heat. Season the trout on both sides with a pinch of salt and pepper. Add a good lug of olive oil to the pan and scatter in the thyme tips, followed by the trout, skin-side down (you may have to do this in 2 batches). Press down on the fish with a fish slice to help the skin crisp up. Cook for 4 minutes, jiggling the pan every now and then, and turning for the last 20 seconds or so to finish it off

There's loads of coley (which is also known as saithe and coal fish) in the sea.  Looks-wise it's more of an ivory colour than the snow white you're used to but it's beautiful, absolutely delicious, sweet, meaty, and melts in the mouth. Funnily enough cats have been enjoying it for years – lucky things – and sadly a lot of it is thrown overboard as bycatch. Coley is really versatile. Coley is often half the price of cod so you can feed twice as many people, or just save yourself loads of…

There's loads of coley (which is also known as saithe and coal fish) in the sea. Looks-wise it's more of an ivory colour than the snow white you're used to but it's beautiful, absolutely delicious, sweet, meaty, and melts in the mouth. Funnily enough cats have been enjoying it for years – lucky things – and sadly a lot of it is thrown overboard as bycatch. Coley is really versatile. Coley is often half the price of cod so you can feed twice as many people, or just save yourself loads of…

Mussels are the future. They're absolutely gorgeous, cheap, exciting, easy to farm and so quick to cook. The other brilliant thing about them is that they don't need any feeding: they live off tiny plants that they filter out of the water so they actually clean the sea. I want to help you fall back in love with them. I had my first mussel when I was about 7 years old and I remember it to this day. It's so exciting to pick the first one out of the shell and enjoy it then use that shell as…

Mussels are the future. They're absolutely gorgeous, cheap, exciting, easy to farm and so quick to cook. The other brilliant thing about them is that they don't need any feeding: they live off tiny plants that they filter out of the water so they actually clean the sea. I want to help you fall back in love with them. I had my first mussel when I was about 7 years old and I remember it to this day. It's so exciting to pick the first one out of the shell and enjoy it then use that shell as…

Put a griddle pan on a high heat to get nice and hot. There are two ways to prepare squid – choose whichever you prefer, or do both to get a feel for it.

Put a griddle pan on a high heat to get nice and hot. There are two ways to prepare squid – choose whichever you prefer, or do both to get a feel for it.

Herring is one of my favourite fish in the sea and it's dead cheap, so it's a real 'value' fish. And cooking it like this makes it stretch much further, making it even better value for money. Places like Sweden revere it but in British seas, about 97% gets taken elsewhere or turned into fertiliser or fish feed. I reckon half the reason we've fallen out of love with herring is because we've become quite lazy and don't like the thought of getting rid of all those bones. Well I've got a…

Herring is one of my favourite fish in the sea and it's dead cheap, so it's a real 'value' fish. And cooking it like this makes it stretch much further, making it even better value for money. Places like Sweden revere it but in British seas, about 97% gets taken elsewhere or turned into fertiliser or fish feed. I reckon half the reason we've fallen out of love with herring is because we've become quite lazy and don't like the thought of getting rid of all those bones. Well I've got a…