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Frosty, cold winter mornings are truly beautiful at Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons.

If you are looking for comforting and wholesome recipes, then look no further. You will find classics such as Coq au vin, fish pie & bread and butter pudding to recipes celebrating the humble celeriac.

Ultimate winter warmers for you to share with your loved ones! Don’t forget to tag me in your photos on Instagram

Simply Raymond Blanc Series 2 is coming to your screens this January, featuring recipes from my book Simply Raymond: Recipes from Home. Don’t miss out.

Bon appétit

Simply Raymond is a collection of my favourite home-cooked recipes. These are dishes that mean the most to me - those that connect me with family and friends and bring back the most wonderful memories. This is cooking from my heart and my home, with dishes to add to your weekly repertoire, and others for special occasions.

Whether it’s a delicious cep ravioli with sage butter for those chilly evenings, or a beautiful fish pie or bread and butter pudding. This is the season for comforting winter warmers as we hibernate ahead of the marvellous spring to come. In my recipe section, you’ll find everything you need to truly impress your loved ones this year.

celeriac recipe

A celebration of celeriac recipe

It may look like an ugly, knobbly, funny-shaped vegetable, but to me, the celeriac is a thing of beauty. If you can find one that’s big enough, it’s possible to make a delicious dinner for four people from a single celeriac with this recipe.

My Five Seasonal Stars

Bread

The spring pea

Onions

The spring pea

Chicken

The spring pea

Winter Fruits

The spring pea

Fish

The spring pea

The spring pea

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