Soft-Boiled Eggs with Za’atar and Avocado – How to turn the simplest of dishes into a great breakfast – by restaurant owners Alice Quillet and Anselme Blayney

Josh Fontaine & Alison Reid’s Paris Address Book – The bar-owner and art director pick out the best dumpling place and pizzeria in Paris and take us to a wonderful Egyptian food shop near their apartment

Inside Josh Fontaine & Alison Reid’s Kitchen – The bar-owner and art director on a great American gin, a beat-up cocktail shaker from a Paris flea market and an excellent vegan cookbook

Josh Fontaine & Alison Reid – The bar-owner and art director experiment with homemade pizza, list their favourite mezcals and tell us where to get the best vegetarian food in Paris

Pizza Margherita – A great pizza recipe that'll work in the most basic of home kitchens – by bar-owner Josh Fontaine and art director Alison Reid

Steamed Cod With A Herb Sauce – A gently cooked piece of fish offset by a tangy, herby dressing – by children's author Hervé Tullet and food journalist Marie-Odile Briet

Sicilian Orange and Salted Anchovy Salad – A super-quick salad that mixes citrus and salted anchovies to delicious effect, by French chef and broadcaster Alix Lacloche

Fig and Mozzarella Salad – A brilliantly simple salad that tastes even better than it looks - by food journalist Marie-Odile Briet and illustrator Hervé Tullet

Alec Lobrano’s Paris Address Book – The restaurant critic on some great recent restaurant openings in Paris. Also: his favourite fish, cheese and pastry shops in the city

Alec Lobrano – The restaurant critic reveals food secrets picked up over three decades in France, recalls his worst ever eating experience and cooks a heavenly Nicoise fish dish

Inside Alec Lobrano’s Kitchen – The restaurant critic recommends an “unbelievably good” chocolate maker, an olive oil that holds its taste when heated and the “ultimate” dessert cookbook

Roasted Sea Bass with Tomatoes, Olives and Herbs – An indulgent Mediterranean fish supper by Paris-based food writer Alec Lobrano

Marie-Odile Briet & Hervé Tullet – Over lunch in their courtyard, the journalist and children's author discuss food trends, travel and the virtues of being a lazy cook

Marie-Odile Briet & Hervé Tullet’s Paris Address Book – The journalist and children’s author pick an old and a new favourite restaurant and recommend an off-the-beaten-track Paris food market

Inside Marie-Odile Briet & Hervé Tullet’s Kitchen – The journalist and children’s author recommend a special Israeli tahini, a Venetian food book and suggest a way of avoiding mandoline finger hazard

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