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

Meateaters.co.nz is dedicated to people who love cooking meat. We welcome you! Find how and where to buy meat, and how to cook it. We’ll bring you the best meat recipes, as well as classic …

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


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


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


Check in here for all the best recipes involving meat. Does not include meat hats!


News at home and around the world related to meat. We’ll give you the best, and the worst stories.

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 …

The Windows 7 BK Whopper
October 24, 2009 – 11:32 pm | One Comment
The Windows 7 BK Whopper

The biggest grossest burgers are usually found in America (see this burger) – now Japan is getting in on the act, albeit with a smaller version, and this time sponsored by Microsoft – the Windows …

Meat Love (1989)
October 23, 2009 – 11:33 pm | No Comment

A week or so ago Meateaters introduced you to the Fiji Meat Man video – now we bring you a stop-motion movie of two slabs of beef that are deeply in love.
Don’t ask me where …

Moroccan lamb tagine
October 21, 2009 – 9:38 pm | 3 Comments
Moroccan lamb tagine

There are many many Moroccan lamb recipes – surprising given that the main meat eaten in Morocco is beef but only because lamb is so expensive. And there are many Moroccan dishes that have couscous …

Beef tasting – now that’s a job!
October 15, 2009 – 11:50 pm | No Comment
Beef tasting – now that’s a job!

There’s a great article in the Independent that tells of a master meat-taster called Laurent Vernet. (Image from Flickr)
Vernet has the ability to determine the age of an animal, whether it was stressed prior to …

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. …

Mint gremolata-crusted lamb racks
October 13, 2009 – 9:43 pm | No Comment
Mint gremolata-crusted lamb racks

Another great submission from Ian – thanks. To send in recipes please use this email: [email protected]
This recipe comes from Donna Hay, a well known Australian cook. (Photo from Flickr)
– 2/3 cup chopped flat-leaf parsley
– …

Fiji Meat Man
October 13, 2009 – 9:19 pm | No Comment
Fiji Meat Man

There are many benefits of subscribing to news updates and RSS feeds. Instead of trawling the web manually the way to go is to let sites that aggregate news send me the content that I …

Al Brown has a new website
October 12, 2009 – 9:30 pm | No Comment
Al Brown has a new website

Well known chef, fisherman, and TV presenter Al Brown has a new website. The site went live last Friday to coincide with the launch of his new cookbook “Go Fish”. Enough said about the book …

Roasted boned shoulder of lamb
October 11, 2009 – 9:53 pm | No Comment
Roasted boned shoulder of lamb

Here’s one from Paul who is the main man at Nikau Cafe in Wellington (although I don’t think they serve this there) via Mike – I cooked this last weekend, as the photos testify and …