Here it is: Baked Gurnard with Fennel Puree

I may not look it, but I am deliciously tasty!

I may not look it, but I am deliciously tasty!

Okay, so it does not look that appealing, but it is quite a yummy dish and yet again, really simple to make.  Check out the recipe here to give it a go at home.

See you all tomorrow for Gabriel Gaté’s Cherry Fruit Salad with Languedoc Brandy…now off to find out where to get cherries in winter time Melbourne…

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1 thought on “Here it is: Baked Gurnard with Fennel Puree

  1. Louise

    I like the idea of yummy and simple – and I like its fresh contrasting colours. This project is such a good idea to go beyond the normal weekly menu – at the end it would be interesting to hear which recipes you think you would add to your normal repertoire 🙂

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