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April 2020

Terrine

2020-04-03T13:35:13+08:00

Terrine is easy to make and lasts a while in your fridge. It needs to be made at least a day in advance, which keeps the preparation simple on the day you serve it. You can use a specialised terrine pan, or do what I do and just make it in a loaf pan. [...]

Terrine2020-04-03T13:35:13+08:00

Crispy Crackle Pork Belly

2020-04-03T12:37:03+08:00

Is there anything better than a crispy crackle covered pork belly? I love The crunchy crackle and the tender belly, my favourite roast ever! This method is easy even though there are a few steps and the result is perfect every-time! It takes some time, so start the day before! [...]

Crispy Crackle Pork Belly2020-04-03T12:37:03+08:00

Hainanese Chicken

2020-04-03T10:25:11+08:00

(Famous Chicken Rice) This is a dish we touch on in BBQ School, those of you who have been to BBQ School will know what I mean. This is an easy Stovetop Cook and a great Healthy meal, deeply satisfying and comforting. Ingredients 1 x Small Chicken (2-3 adults) Cut into nine [...]

Hainanese Chicken2020-04-03T10:25:11+08:00

March 2020

Coleslaw

2020-03-31T11:58:38+08:00

Coleslaw I love coleslaw, and it’s so easy to make. This one is a KFC Clone, and it’s a great place to start your coleslaw journey. Once you are familiar with this idea you can experiment with other flavours. These quantities are good for 4 serves Ingredients: White Sugar Cider Vinegar Whole [...]

Coleslaw2020-03-31T11:58:38+08:00

Bung Fritz Homemade Sausage

2020-03-31T12:59:43+08:00

Bung Fritz Say What?   Well this meaty sausage treat is of South Australian origin. “Bung” is Butcher speak for the casing, made from a Sheep’s appendix, and Fritz, well a nickname for the German Immigrant who first started making it in Adelaide in the 1880s and was known as "Fritz's sausage" up until the [...]

Bung Fritz Homemade Sausage2020-03-31T12:59:43+08:00