Je mange bien tous les jours – a second bite..

creme_caramel_tray_0633As promised, here are another week’s recipes from Laurence Méry-Clark’s self published book “Je mange bien tous les jours”. In a world of allergies and picky eaters at one extreme and the fastidious fine diners at the other, Laurence is perfectly positioned for me. She writes of food that is made with easily obtainable ingredients that are prepared without recourse to complicated and time consuming operations. There is love in this food, not exhaustion.week3_header1.sunday_00082.monday_tuesday_00043_wed_thurs_00014_friday_00025.sat_snack_00056.sat_dinner_00037_sat_dessert_0006

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Photographer and film maker living in France. After a long career in London, my wife and I have settled in the Vendee, where we run residential digital photography courses with a strong gastronomic flavour.
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35 Responses to Je mange bien tous les jours – a second bite..

  1. Mad Dog says:

    Great picture Roger 🙂
    …and she obviously loves Portobello Road!

  2. That is great food! Love the gammon.

  3. Wonderful, Roger! And that bit about home made hamburgers – it’s the truth. And quicker than jumping in the car to go down to get burgers from Sainsbury’s.

  4. Wonderful! Big Man is drooling at the creme caramel as “flan” (as they call it in Spain) is his favourite…

  5. Oh my gosh. I could eat all of this right now. Dover sole is one of my favorite recipes from MTM. Whenever we find it at the market, we buy. 🙂

  6. I wouldn’t miss that dessert. Or the rest.

  7. Eha says:

    Actually I love cleaning calamari also: love when all the extraneous is in the sink and am holding this pristine white thing in my hands! And, being a good North European gal I am, give me a lovely salmon and I truly enjoy making gravlax at home: count the hours and days after till it can be used . . . thanks for the memory . . .

  8. ChgoJohn says:

    Further proof that food needn’t be complicated to be good. And any weekly menu that includes both calamari and pasta dishes is OK by me! 🙂

  9. Tandy says:

    I want just one bite of this!

  10. I like the sound of the stuffed mushrooms snack lunch.

  11. What a lovely treat. I’m always looking for good, uncomplicated recipes. The photo is gorgeous.

  12. SidevieW says:

    real food does not have to be very complicated. good fresh ingredients are the basis of the best meals

  13. That photo is divine…

  14. spree says:

    simplify simplify simplify…how easy (truly) to be so satisfied…

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