This is one of those great “slow food” recipes that can be done in either a slow cooker, in the oven, a bbq or as I did in a wood-burning pizza oven. The time taken allows the otherwise tough meat to render off the fat, soften the tissue, and absorb all the flavours from the spices and vegetables added.
Making use of the proliferation of Hot Cross buns in the supermarket, to reimagine a timeless classic.
Homegrown Strawberries added to fresh cream, to make a no-churn, ice cream. Perfect on its own or in a sundae.
I can pretend to be healthy with fruit appearing on the plate, along with the cinnamon sugar, organic maple syrup, vanilla bean ice cream and sprinkling of dark choc chips.
I could hear a little voice saying “meatballs, meeeeeetballs, meeeeaaaatbaaaalls!!”
A classic cooked with the aid of a wood fire – This is a long process, but bear with me, it is so very much worth it ! Jump to Recipe Jump to Gallery Most of us at some time have made shepherd’s pie in one form or another. It is one of those dishesContinue reading “A real slow, fire roasted Shepherd’s Pie”
A crispy, chewy dog biscuit, which also might go well with cheese.
Florentines are classically made with flaked almonds, and for years Kathy had made them that way. Then our youngest was diagnosed as nut-allergic about 5 years ago, and so all the nut based recipes were stopped.