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Cook with Jamie

Sample Recipes from Cook with Jamie

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steamed-thai-style-sea-bass-and-rice

Steamed Thai-Style Sea Bass and Rice

This is one of those dishes that’s really exciting to eat – the flavours are really fragrant and light. Steamed fish and rice...

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grilled-or-roasted-monkfish-with-black-olive-sauce-and-lemon-mash

Grilled or Roasted Monkfish with Black Olive Sauce a...

Monkfish is a lovely meaty fish to cook. However, it does contain a lot of milky juices. This can sometimes be a pain because they tend t...

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aprilrsquos-rosemary-straw-potatoes-with-lemon-salt

April’s Rosemary Straw Potatoes with Lemon Salt

My friend April, who’s the chef at the Spotted Pig gastropub in New York, serves these with her famous blue cheese hamburger. She c...

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blackened-barbecued-pork-fillets

Blackened Barbecued Pork Fillets

Although it’s hard to define what ‘proper’ American cooking is, I’ve been inspired by the food from the Deep Sout...

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good-old-bread-and-butter-pudding-with-a-marmalade-glaze-and-cinnamon-and-orange-butter

Good Old Bread and Butter Pudding with a Marmalade G...

Bread and butter pudding is one of those classic old English recipes that everyone loves. The addition of marmalade brushed over the brea...

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grilled-fillet-steak-with-the-creamiest-white-beans-and-leeks

Grilled Fillet Steak with the Creamiest White Beans ...

This combination of medium-rare beef, with all its lovely resting juices, alongside creamy sweet white beans is a classic and an absolute...

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