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#4 – Skirt steak fajitas
September 15, 2011 – 9:32 pm | No Comment
#4 – Skirt steak fajitas

A beloved skirt steak dish that always goes over well when entertaining, this recipe will surely get your party going in the right direction–margaritas not included.  If you have time, allow the steaks to marinate …

#3 – Grilled skirt steak with orzo pasta salad
September 14, 2011 – 9:24 pm | One Comment
#3 – Grilled skirt steak with orzo pasta salad

I love the bold flavors and contrasting temperatures featured in this recipe.  If you are looking to impress your guests at a late summer cookout–this is your calling card.  The juicy, hot steak served alongside …

#2 – Skirt steak stir-fry
September 13, 2011 – 9:14 pm | No Comment

This quick and simple recipe makes for a great weeknight meal.  I’ve kept it simple by utilizing a bag of frozen prepared vegetables to eliminate hassle and quicken the process.  Of course, you can always …

Skirt Steak: 5 Different Ways: #1 – Skirt Steak Sandwiches with Garlic/Basil Mayo and Caramelized Onions
September 12, 2011 – 9:13 pm | One Comment
Skirt Steak: 5 Different Ways: #1 – Skirt Steak Sandwiches with Garlic/Basil Mayo and Caramelized Onions

I’m a regular visitor to The Art of Manliness – a very successful blog for men headquartered in the US of A. Every so often they have articles about meat. The last one I published …

Beef Wellington #3
September 2, 2011 – 7:44 pm | 2 Comments
Beef Wellington #3

Thrash is a regular visitor to these pages, and from what I can gather, a regular eater of meat.
He’s allowed me to reproduce his recipe for Beef Wellington.
Thanks Thrash and please keep those recipes coming. …

Steak pie
July 25, 2011 – 9:52 pm | 6 Comments
Steak pie

With the Bakel’s Supreme Pie Award announced tomorrow last night I figured I’d have a go at making a pie myself. How difficult could it be?
Well, as it turned out it’s not difficult – just …

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 …

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 …

Hungarian goulash – an adaption
April 18, 2011 – 8:48 pm | No Comment
Hungarian goulash – an adaption

The origins of goulash date back to Hungary over 1000 years ago and it could be considered an early foray into dehydrated food.
Hungarian shepherds, who often spent long days out in the fields with their …

Meat cuts
April 13, 2011 – 11:39 pm | No Comment
Meat cuts

If you ever wondered what part of the cattle a sirloin comes from, or contemplated the location of a scotch fillet, then the charts on the Meat Cuts page are for you.
There are some differences …