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Langoustine Al Pil-Pil

Langoustine Al Pil-Pil

About this Recipe I remember a holiday in Spain many years ago and ordering a tapas dish and being served fresh prawns served in boiling flavoured oil. They were so delicious I also remember ordering three more! So here is my version of this tapas dish: langoustine al...
Woodfired Sardines

Woodfired Sardines

About this Recipe When I lived in Paris with my to-be wife we had a really small flat on the ground floor with a tiny patch of land and every Sunday there was a huge French market where we would buy all of our fresh food. When the weather was good we would buy fresh...
WoodFired Mackerel

WoodFired Mackerel

About this Recipe It is the wife’s birthday so everything cooked in the day are her favourites, starting with fresh mackerel. I go to Portsmouth Port to pick up my fish, knowing where and when the fish was caught and having a chat with the fishmonger is priceless....
Lemon Scale Whole Wild Salmon

Lemon Scale Whole Wild Salmon

About this Recipe Cooking a whole salmon with fire is the way nature intended! The added smoky flavour, the crispiness of the skin, moistness of the flesh and the theatre of watching your fish cook open air. Ingredients Whole wild salmon Coriander – chopped Dill...
Spicy Scallop and Pak Choi Broth

Spicy Scallop and Pak Choi Broth

About this Recipe Outdoor cooking is not all about meat. Outdoor cooking is about making whatever you love to eat but just cooking using wood, fire and smoke. So if you are vegetarian, vegan, lacto-vegetarian, pesco-vegetarian, omnivore, fruitarian etc etc then...
Woodfired Clams

Woodfired Clams

About this Recipe These beauties are Japanese clams (almeja japonesa) from Spain and they are beautiful to cook with, full of flavour and are meatier than mussels. Quite a seafood treat! This woodfired clam recipe is simple and doesn’t overpower the clams, letting...

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