My husband’s second job preference is that of a butcher. I am saying this because one day he told me so and not because I would like him to become one, or because I imagine him carrying beef carcasses and whole pigs! But, I must admit, that he can handle and cut meat very well. [...]
Category Archive for 'Meat'
You need to try this traditional Greek tangy recipe. Souvlaki, also known as Greek fast food is a dish made of grilled chunks of meat or vegetables on a skewer. The most popular meat used for this recipe is lamb. Whilst basting in the February sun today we char-grilled Souvlaki lamb kebabs.
I usually am put off by fast food, whether it is from good restaurants or even worse from food stalls! It may go back to my childhood days when eating burgers or hot dogs away from home was banned! We would never have dared to ask our parents for a burger during some street festival or village feast [...]
As I am spending my days stuck on a chair, leafing through the Claims Management course book and repeating the same points over and over again until, hopefully, they get soaked in my fading memory, my man took over preparation of today’s lunch. I must say that it was quite an original piece of work with [...]
Some may find chicken al sale a strange combination since many associate the al sale method with fish. Yet, I wanted to try this recipe and the result was a juicy tender chicken! The recipe follows for you to try. Chicken baked in salt Ingredients for 4 people: 1.5kg whole corn-fed chicken 2kg sea salt [...]
It’s been a long time since I wanted to try out the home made rabbit ravioli and I took the opportunity to prepare them for the lavish meal prepared on the eve of St. Valentine’s… no no no it was not a candlelit, romantic evening with my loved one… it was a dinner organized for [...]