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

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Pork

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

Lamb

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

Beef

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

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Stifado
December 6, 2009 – 9:58 pm | No Comment
Stifado

Stifado is a Greek beef stew, run through with small onions (or shallots) and the most deliciously deep, rich sauce infused with cinnamon and then topped with feta cheese.
This recipe comes from the beautiful book …

How to cook Steak Diane
October 28, 2009 – 9:16 pm | One Comment
How to cook Steak Diane

Who was Diane, and how did a steak get named after her?
Well, apparently Diana was the Roman Goddess of the hunt and wild animals. She was also the head honcho in protection of women and …

Tips for cooking the perfect steak
October 15, 2009 – 11:49 pm | No Comment
Tips for cooking the perfect steak

This, I must confess, is one man’s idea on how to cook a perfect steak – but it is from a man who knows. Laurent Vernet, master meat-taster and Marketing Manager for Quality Meat Scotland. …

How to cook a beef fillet
October 9, 2009 – 11:07 pm | 21 Comments

A beef fillet is one of the easiest things to cook. But, because it’s expensive to buy people are nervous about ‘wasting’ their money and over cooking the meat. In my opinion it’s best cooked …

Beef Bourguignon
October 2, 2009 – 11:47 pm | 2 Comments
Beef Bourguignon

This is as staple a French meal as one can get, and it’s delicious to eat. The traditional French recipe is a hearty peasant-type meal which relies on slow cooking and the aromatic flavours of …

Slow cooker corned beef
October 2, 2009 – 8:29 pm | 2 Comments
Slow cooker corned beef

This recipe comes from Sue who left this alternative recipe as a comment on the other corned beef recipe.
Sue reckons a slow cooker or crock pot makes the best corned beef.
Ingredients:
Corned beef from butcher or …

New York-style corned beef hash
October 2, 2009 – 8:26 pm | One Comment
New York-style corned beef hash

Corned beef hash has a long history in the United States with many recipes dating from the mid 1800’s. Hash is traditionally any leftover meat finely chopped and mashed together to make a ‘paste’ which …

Corned beef
September 22, 2009 – 9:45 pm | 6 Comments
Corned beef

There are many people who hate corned beef but there are probably as many who love it. I am one of the latter. I could eat it til the cows come home – pardon the …

Beef fillet with lentils and potato
September 20, 2009 – 11:54 pm | 2 Comments
Beef fillet with lentils and potato

This is a simple but winning meal for any dinner party and you can be sure to impress your friends. The lentil dish comes from Saffron, Garlic & Olives, a cookbook by Loukie Werle. The …

Steak and guinness and cheese pie
September 16, 2009 – 9:23 pm | No Comment
Steak and guinness and cheese pie

We experienced the delight of this pie with friends several weekends ago. I would have taken photos but the pie was consumed quicker than you could say “Smile”. It’s from Jamie Oliver‘s recipe book ‘Cook …