Wednesday May 27, 2020

Showcasing nature’s bounty

This week, Philippe Farineau, executive chef at Ashford Castle in Cong, Co Mayo, takes inspiration from the estate’s gardens to present three elegant dishes for experienced home cooks to try for themselves

12th August, 2018
Fabaceae and wild John Dory with smoked bacon cream

Fabaceae, more commonly known as legumes, are the family of pulses such as peas, broad beans, mange tout, fine beans and lentils. Here, I’ve used broad beans and pea shoots from the gardens and paired them with some delicious John Dory.

Ingredients, serves four

1 John Dory

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