Welcome to Meateaters
March 28, 2010 – 10:01 am | 13 Comments

Meateaters.co.nz is dedicated to people who love cooking meat. We welcome you! Find how and where to buy meat, and how to cook it. We’ll bring you the best meat recipes, as well as classic …

Read the full story »

There is more to pork than bacon, although that’s a great place to start.


Lamb chops, rack of lamb, roast lamb – my mouth is watering already.


Just because it’s big we here at Meateaters consider this the ‘grand daddy’ of the meat hierarchy.


Check in here for all the best recipes involving meat. Does not include meat hats!


News at home and around the world related to meat. We’ll give you the best, and the worst stories.

Home » Archive by Month

Article Archive for February 2011

Glasseye Creek Wild Meat Sauce – pork spare ribs
February 28, 2011 – 9:36 pm | 3 Comments
Glasseye Creek Wild Meat Sauce – pork spare ribs

The folk here at Meateaters (actually there’s only me here) are never shy to promote a product that is sure to make your meat eating experience an enjoyable one.
The folk at Glass Eye Creek have …

Pork bellies with anchovy and olives – by Thrash
February 5, 2011 – 9:12 pm | No Comment
Pork bellies with anchovy and olives – by Thrash

Here’s a recipe submitted by regular Meateater Thrash Cardiom.
Heat your oven to 230C. Make sure it is up to heat!
If the skin isn’t scored enough, lay the pork flat, skin side up. Get a very …

Knifecraft magnetic knife block
February 3, 2011 – 11:30 pm | No Comment
Knifecraft magnetic knife block

This is a blatant product endorsement.
A colleague of mine at Springload was once an industrial designer. Actually, ‘once an industrial designer, always an industrial designer’.
Michael has designed these beautiful magnetic knife blocks. As a carver …

Black and blushing beef fillet
February 1, 2011 – 10:48 pm | No Comment
Black and blushing beef fillet

Firstly my apologies for inactivity on Meateaters. I have had a month away from work looking after my boys which, if they were a bit older, would ordinarily mean that I could dedicate time to …