Browsing All Posts filed under »Meaty«

Massive Meatballs

April 15, 2014

20

Bigger than your average meatball.

Toad in the Hole

March 6, 2014

16

No toads were harmed in the making of this hole.

Ohio Meat Loaf

January 3, 2014

30

It ain't heavy, it's my meatloaf.

Pork Rillettes

November 28, 2013

20

It's just pork on toast, really.

Smokin’

July 14, 2013

8

I just tried smoking for the first time. I know, I know, I probably shouldn't, but all the cool kids were doing it and I wanted to see what it was like.

Sunday Night

June 23, 2013

2

A post by Ed about our Sunday evenings in the kitchen.

Steak and Chips

June 10, 2013

21

This meal was an early anniversary treat. Tomorrow Ed and I will have been married for 14 years. Worth celebrating with steak and strawberries don't you think?

Sausage Casserole

April 7, 2013

14

I'm sure that you all already know how to make a sausage casserole...maybe some of you buy a sausage casserole mix from the supermarket. Who am I to judge?

Gypsy Gammon

March 21, 2013

7

You don't need to cook this over a fire at the side of the road; but don't let me stop you.

Laab Moo – Pork Salad

January 25, 2013

29

If you like Thai flavours this is one for you. Hot, sour, salty, sweet pork salad in crispy lettuce leaves.

Chicken Satay Noodle Salad

July 22, 2012

15

Don't you think it's so much easier to eat salads when the sun finally comes out? This isn’t just ANY salad though, it’s a ‘Claire and Ed’s Spicy Satay Noodle Salad’

Just Chilli

July 7, 2012

23

This Summer seems to be about cagoules, umbrellas and drying off soggy chickens. So I cooked a chilli to warm our bones.

All Day Pork

May 31, 2012

36

Some things are worth getting up early for. The first one is a cup of tea and the second is the promise of a pulled pork pitta. This pork is dry rubbed with coffee and cooked all day. You're welcome.

Make it Flaky

May 8, 2012

12

I am not sharing this because it’s healthy. I am not sharing this because it’s pretty. It’s not even a clever or complicated dish. In fact…you could say that it’s just a big sausage roll. Point taken. I wanted to show you a quick flaky pastry recipe that I think is easier to make than […]

The Pheasant and The Potato

February 17, 2012

17

One of our generous neighbours offered us a pheasant, and having never cooked a pheasant before I jumped at the chance. Although he was a beautiful thing, carrying him back home felt a little odd. His soft feathers and firm weightiness made it feel like I was carrying a pet, rather than something for dinner. […]

Reuben Sandwich

January 11, 2012

28

A self-imposed healthy eating plan over the last few months has put many foods out of our reach. Due to spending too much time watching Diners, Drive Ins and Dives we keep craving big dirty sandwiches like the ‘Reuben‘. Today we could stand it no longer so I tweeted the loaf and asked if they had baked any rye […]

Shabu Shabu

January 1, 2012

7

Ever since Ed had eaten steaming hotpot on a trip to Japan he wanted to try cooking one at home. I spotted @Jaxies blogpost beautifully descriptive post about ‘Shabu Shabu’ and her nostalgia and memories of eating it as a child. It is a kind of hot pot where you cook thinks in a flavoured broth, like […]

Slow Cooked Massaman

December 5, 2011

15

I had long thought that stewing beef would work well in a slow cooked curry, but it was only recently that I tried it out. I’m pleased to report that it works very, very well. The meat is soft and delicious, the potatoes take on the subtle flavours of the spices and the coconut milk […]

Sunday Dinner – Roast Beef

November 20, 2011

9

You can’t beat the flavour of a rib of beef. This was about the best we’ve had. It’s from the cows that live at the end of our garden, farmed by the farmer at the end of our road and cooked by me. There are only 2 and a half people in this house, so a […]

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