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Beef on a string or “Boeuf a la ficelle”
June 26, 2011 – 8:25 pm | 3 Comments
Beef on a string or “Boeuf a la ficelle”

I seem to be working my way slowly, and unintentionally, through Leanne Kitchen’s book The Butcher.
Tonight I cooked a meal which my other half declared the best meal I had ever cooked, and one of …

Roast leg of lamb with garlic, rosemary and lemon
June 12, 2011 – 8:50 pm | One Comment
Roast leg of lamb with garlic, rosemary and lemon

This is such a simple dish to cook – it takes five minutes to prepare and throw in the oven, and around 3 hours to cook – so you need to be home.
Apparently the recipe …

Miss Universe NZ takes meat-packing job
June 10, 2011 – 8:45 am | No Comment
Miss Universe NZ takes meat-packing job

This is a nice story – winner of a beauty pageant packs meat in her spare time – read the whole article on Stuff here:
The country’s top beauty queen is temporarily swapping her tiara for …

Roast lamb shoulder with cumin
June 6, 2011 – 9:09 pm | No Comment
Roast lamb shoulder with cumin

Cumin and lamb is a great combination – almost as compatible as lamb and mint. One of my favourite dishes is a dry lamb dish with cumin and chili – I ate it in Beijing …

Beef Wellington #2
June 1, 2011 – 10:19 pm | 4 Comments
Beef Wellington #2

There seem to be many different ways of cooking a Beef Wellington – some use pate around the beef; some use a paste-like mixture of mushroom and herbs with bacon or parma ham wrapped around …