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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 …

Spiced lamb curry
March 26, 2010 – 7:55 pm | No Comment
Spiced lamb curry

This recipe comes courtesy of Marjorie who made this meal for us one Friday night.
It’s a beautifully fragrant curry, enhanced by the addition of parsnip (one of my favourite vegetables). Originally came from Delicious magazine. …

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 …

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)
Ingredients:
– 2/3 cup chopped flat-leaf parsley
– …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Lamb cutlets and butter bean puree
September 17, 2009 – 6:10 pm | No Comment

Thanks to Ian for sending this recipe in.
As the weather becomes warmer and the BBQ is dusted off and readied for the (hopefully) long summer months this dish will become a perfect meal.
We think that …

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 …