A creamy lamb and green peppercorn pie in a homemade butter pastry - easy to make.
Lamb neck is a tough and relatively inexpensive cut of meat, but is delicious when slow cooked in a stew or made as a filling for a pie. In this recipe, I slow roasted the necks with cardamom and saffron until tender and slightly sticky and served on soft polenta with a date and almond chutney.
Smoked Spanish almonds from E & A Gispert, master roaster in Barcelona, founded in 1851 - a lovely crust for garlic and lamb chops.
Waterblommetjie & Lamb Bredie (Small Water Flower & Lamb Stew) - a traditional South African dish and the story of the fantastic box that was delivered to my door last week. Did I mention the words Bouchard Finlayson?
Slow Roasted Lamb slices of roast lamb with coriander and lime pesto I recently asked readers to share their favourite foods with me One of my all time favourites has to be slow roasted lamb. My mother used to do a pot roast with leg of lamb, flavoured with garlic, lemon and fresh [...]
Slow Roasted Greek Style Lamb (Vampire's Kill) This recipe is featured on Cape Town Magazine blog. what lurketh behind the Vampire's Kill....scroll down to find out! Our new house (well, it's going on a year now, with the unrenovated bits going on 60 odd years old), hosted it's first Govender-Ypma Halloween party on Sunday [...]
From previous posts you can tell that I draw much inspiration for my cooking from North Africa- Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco in particular. I mentioned that we really enjoyed Morocco, and that even prior to this, I was intrigued with fiery harissa paste (Tunisian origin), couscous as an alternative starch, refreshing sweet mint tea and the earthy warmth of cumin, [...]
My first post After months of tweeting about the ordinary lunches and suppers, mostly coming out of my kitchen, I've decided to surpass the 140 character limit and blog about them. Perhaps this is rather ambitious of me, as I am an utter novice bloggette, in spite of the fact that I am fully aware [...]