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THAI LARB

This was so quick and easy and can be made with any type of mince – lamb, chicken, pork or beef. It has a lot going for it. Ingredients  Method: 1          Cook garlic, ginger and lemongrass for 1 minute until fragrant. Add mince for 8-10 minutes stirring with a wooden spoon to break up mince. 2           Full Article…

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CAMP-FIRE BEEF STEW

Stew, Real Baked Beans, Pea And Ham Soup, Damper, Vegetable parcels, Chocolate chip bananas . . . . . The stuff of a campfire – recipes and links to good things to cook for a campfire experience. We are lucky enough to a have a fire pit with a few logs around it so that  Full Article…

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CHICKEN AND HALLOUMI

Tender slow cooked chicken I saw Heston Blumenthal comparing chicken cooked according to the instructions on the bag and his version. the stringy, dried out roasted version looked very familiar, and is probably why I never roast a whole chook. The secret is in brining the chicken to get as much moisture into it as  Full Article…

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SLOW ROASTED PORK

Tender Pork Today I cooked a big lump of pork on the bone. I have no idea what cut it was but it looked like it was a slice off the leg. There was meat on both sides and rind around the edge. I looked like it would be a good cut to be able  Full Article…

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COD KEDGEREE

Dead easy, quick and reasonably cheap. It also looks good, with the fresh tomato, parsley, egg slices and lemon quarters in the tumeric coloured rice. Start all of these things off at the same time. They will be ready to combine once the rice is cooked. Ingredients and Method Toss all ingredients and heat until  Full Article…

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GARLIC PRAWNS

Prawns are my absloute favourite food. If given a choice I will opt for fresh school prawns, on buttered soft white bread, with a squeeze of lemon juice and a sprinkle of salt flakes with a bottle of good white wine eaten on a beach or on our back verandah as the best way to  Full Article…

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