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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 …

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 …

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 …

Moorish lamb with raisins
May 29, 2011 – 9:16 pm | No Comment
Moorish lamb with raisins

I love lamb, so when I saw a variation of today’s recipe in the Sunday Star Times this morning, and I was looking for something to cook for dinner, I thought – this is it!
It’s …

Lamb shanks in red wine and balsamic vinegar
May 9, 2011 – 9:47 pm | One Comment

We are real Masterchef addicts in this household. With Jax Hamilton and Nadia Lim in the running to be ‘New Zealand’s next Masterchef’ there’s great debate as to which of the two will be the …

Malaysian lamb curry
May 1, 2011 – 10:24 pm | 2 Comments
Malaysian lamb curry

This is supposed to be a goat curry – but it’s hard to find goat at 3.30pm on a Sunday afternoon when you’re looking for a recipe to put up on Meateaters. So, I settled …

Dry roasted lamb with Moroccan spices
April 27, 2011 – 9:44 pm | No Comment
Dry roasted lamb with Moroccan spices

This is a recipe I found and used for a post on “What meat to cook for Easter?”
It proved to be the most succulent and juicy lamb we had eaten for a long long time. …

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 …