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Nana Doakie’s mince stew
March 10, 2011 – 9:37 pm | 3 Comments
Nana Doakie’s mince stew

This is hardly fine dining but I do admit to enjoying mince on toast every now and then.
My mother supplied this recipe to my children who claim “It’s the best mince EVER!”
So I’m sharing it …

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 …

Ray McVinnie’s Meatloaf with olive and onion gravy
September 20, 2010 – 10:57 pm | No Comment

More and more people are asking me for meatloaf recipes. There are two on the Meateaters site already (here and here)but both of these probably err on the traditional mince and grated carrot side of …

Lake Farm Beef
September 13, 2010 – 10:57 am | 3 Comments
Lake Farm Beef

Depending on where you are viewing this the Meateaters website from you may have noticed Google advertisements for Lake Farm Beef – their latest ad states: “Premium aged beef; ethically raised From our farm to …

Beef Wellington
August 16, 2010 – 10:05 pm | 2 Comments
Beef Wellington

Beef Wellington is a very traditional dish of beef wrapped in pastry. The origin of the name cannot be confirmed, and it is by no means certain that the dish originated in England as the …

Meatloaf #2
May 31, 2010 – 7:26 pm | 2 Comments
Meatloaf #2

This recipe comes courtesy of Pamela at Cookware Essentials – an online shop providing cooking equipment and kitchen accessories for people who love to cook. They have a bricks and mortar shop in Masterton but …

Muslim beef curry
May 29, 2010 – 8:35 pm | One Comment
Muslim beef curry

This curry is a Muslim-style curry characterised by the sweet-sour taste and warm spices like cardamom and cinnamon. I’ve borrowed this recipe from my new meat recipe book: Lobel’s Meat Bible.
I bought the majority of …

Making your own corned beef
May 27, 2010 – 10:54 pm | 4 Comments

I’m thinking about making my own corned beef. I have a great recipe from Lobel’s Meat Bible – the recipe needs 1 oz of pink curing salt.
Does anyone out there know where to get this? …

Meat and Wool “Steak of Origin” – 2010
May 19, 2010 – 8:48 pm | No Comment
Meat and Wool “Steak of Origin” – 2010

Who won the best steak in New Zealand Steak of Origin competition?
Revealed today on the Beef and Lamb website the top award went to Whangarei sisters Kathy Child and Yvonne Hill. The sisters beat off …

Slow cooked steak in red wine with gremolata dumplings
December 7, 2009 – 9:24 pm | One Comment
Slow cooked steak in red wine with gremolata dumplings

My friend Johanna alerted me to this recipe that she first heard about on Radio NZ. She has made it several times over the last year and assures me that it’s a great dish.
Mark Gregory, …