Wild Mushroom Risotto @Masdaugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonMain CourseRecipesTasteVegetarian

A Wild Mushroom Risotto Recipe after the Market

Celebrate mushroom season with a creamy al dente risotto highlighting those wild mushrooms. Enhanced with pancetta, shallots and crisp white wine, and garnished with sharp, salty Parmesan and fresh herbs.

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Tart of Provencal Pears and Chocolate
DessertGary and Jane LangtonPies & TartsRecipes

Easy Tart Provencal Pears and Chocolate

This is a really easy recipe for a scrummy chocolate tart and the addition of the pears offsets the richness of the dark chocolate. Better still, the whole dessert can be prepared the day before and kept in the fridge.

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Chicken Leek and Ham Pie @Masdaugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonMain CoursePoultryRecipesTaste

A Savoury Chicken, Leek and Ham Pie

Tender chicken and ham chunks with leeks in a creamy sauce topped with flaky puff pastry. Serve the pie with green beans, broccoli or peas and a large glass of white wine.

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Fillet Sole Wild Mushrooms @Masdaugustine
Fish & SeafoodGary and Jane LangtonMain CourseRecipesTaste

Fish and Fungi Recipe: Fillet of Sole with Wild Mushrooms

A quick and easy way to serve any white fish with the wonderful earthy offerings of the seasons wild mushroom bounty. Heightened only by the flavour and colour of saffron and tender courgettes. – Fillet de Sole with Wild Mushrooms

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Wild Mushroom Chicken Cassoulet cannellini Recipe
Gary and Jane LangtonMain CoursePoultryRecipesTaste

Wild Mushroom Season in Provence a Chicken Cannellini Cassoulet Recipe

With the taste of an all day slow roasted cassoulet, this quick and easy version is great any day of the week. Tender chicken breasts with creamy cannelllini beans and wild mushrooms is a definite win at the table.

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Butternut Squash Soup with Pan-Fried Scallop @Masdaugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonRecipesSoupTaste

Fall Soup Recipe: Butternut Squash Soup with Roast Scallops

This is a lovely velvety soup garnished with sautéed scallops and crispy bacon lardons. Perfect as a starter for a winter dinner party, or a warming lunch with plenty of crusty French bread. If you can’t get scallops or don’t like them, replace with gently sautéed sliced mushrooms.

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Tarte a l'orange Orange tart @MirabeauWine
DessertMirabeau WinesPies & TartsRecipesTaste

A Twist on Lemon Tart – Tarte à l’Orange

The classic Tarte au Citron works beautifully with oranges instead of lemons to give a lush and softer edge to this light desert. I try and pick good quality, non treated oranges and have decided to reduce the juice a bit to get a more pronounced flavour. I made the sweet pastry myself, but a good quality “pure butter” supermarket version will do the trick and is less prone to failure.

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Braised Rabbit in Mustard Sauce @Masdaugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonMain CourseRabbitRecipesTaste

Classic French Recipe Baked Rabbit with Mustard Cream

This is a classic French dish using rabbit and Dijon mustard but, if you really don’t want to cook rabbit, then substitute chicken thighs.

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