Celeriac Remoulade is a classic french vegetable side dish which is no-cook uses just a few simple ingredients to gives this root vegetable a creamy mustardy tang. It's a great accompaniment now that autumn is upon us and celeriac comes into season. It's also a versatile vegetarian dish and keeps well in the fridge if you need to make ahead!

Celeriac Remoulade

Gavin Wren Recipes, Side dishes, Vegetables, Vegetarian

Celeriac Remoulade is a classic french vegetable side dish which involves no cooking and uses just a few simple ingredients to gives this root vegetable a creamy mustardy tang. It’s a great accompaniment now that autumn is upon us and celeriac is coming into season, as well as being super versatile and vegetarian to boot, plus it keeps well in the fridge if you need to make ahead! Just Awesome. I’m completely overjoyed to be publishing this recipe. It’s been a long time coming, having langsuished on my ‘make-for-the-blog’ recipe list for nearly a year, coiled up and ready to leap into action like a collapsible table at a church fair. Celeriac remoulade falls categorically into the genre of classic recipes. If they reformed education to deal with things that really matter in life, these are the dishes which should be on the national curriculum. Along with a sturdy knowledge…
Cooking in provence by Alex Mackay book cover

Book Review: Cooking in Provence by Alex Mackay with Peter Knab

Gavin Wren Cookbook Reviews, The World of Food

Today I’m looking at the not-so-recent book “Cooking in Provence” by Alex Mackay and Peter Knab, seven years since it’s release, yet it’s a book that could have been published yesterday for all it matters, it’s content being of such timeless quality that a date is largely irrelevant. I originally bought it for a self catering holiday to, well, you’ve probably guessed it, Provence. We did a road trip through France with short stays in Beaune and Lyon to savour the food and sights on offer in those lovely towns before ultimately reaching the sun in Provence. Travelling by car allowed us to take endless frivolities that you’d never even consider trying to take on Ryanair (double inflatable lilo with drinks holders anyone?) as well as the more carefully considered essential items, such as hardback cookery books. “I think he was probably a Provençal gourmet in a former life” Raymond