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Simple Lamb Steaks

Simple Lamb Steaks

With Pancetta Mashed Potatoes

Posted on January 13, 2014

We are into the third week of the new year and I seem to be on a red meat jag. I made up these Simple Lamb Steaks and paired them with Pancetta Mashed Potatoes for a little kick, and boy oh boy was this a meal to remember. The steaks were tender, grilled to medium rare perfection. The usual thunk of lamb on the tastebuds is dispelled by the steak spice that has tenderized the meat and added something really good. (Seriously words failing for the goodness of the lamb here!)

Now you may remember me saying that the Plank Smoked Mashed Potatoes for Christmas was my new favourite way to make my mash? Weeeell…I may have another. Imagine crispy pancetta and sautéed garlic in creamy mashed potatoes, flavored with a pinch of dill and some cream cheese and butter? ‘Scuse me while my eyes roll back in my head and I drool for a few moments.

Now that I have made you wait. How about we get down to the meat and potatoes of the matter. See what I did there?

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Buffalo Turkey

Buffalo Turkey

With Pots & Peas

Posted on December 30, 2013
I’m serving this at my New Year’s party. Didn’t get to hang out with the friends over Christmas break, and really wanted to have a dinner with them. Well this is the next best thing. My first run through I served this as a full on dinner. But next time I am going to do the bite sized appetizer. What are you doing for New Years? Leave a comment below, email or Facebook and tell us all about your plans.
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Plank Smoked Mashed Potatoes

Plank Smoked Mashed Potatoes

What's the dill with these?

Posted on December 23, 2013
These Plank Smoked Mashed Potatoes have officially become my favourite way to prepare potatoes! In preparation for the holiday season I made a Christmas Goose with all the trimmings. That means that you need Mashed Potatoes and vegetables and gravy too. When making Mashed Potatoes for planking, it’s best to do them up the day before. This is some super secret special technique that Ted Reader taught me ages ago. Try it for yourself and you will see why.
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Soy & Sake Pork Roast

Soy & Sake Pork Roast

With Grilled Sweet Potato Mediallions

Posted on December 16, 2013
This is actually one of the Baron of Baking's favourite recipes. I converted this from an old slow cooker recipe that my mother made when I was a kid, just like my other favourite that I converted for the Blog, Mushroom Chicken. What is your favourite childhood recipe? Have you kept making it and made it your own? Tell us about your recipes below in the comments.
Posted in: Pork
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Roast Lamb Steak

Roast Lamb Steak

With Roasted Garlic Gravy And Brown Sugar Carrots

Posted on December 16, 2013
Roast Lamb Steak is fantastic, especially when served with a lovely roasted garlic gravy, and potatoes and sweet brown sugar and butter braised carrots. Lamb melts in your mouth, but its flavor, when under seasoned, is like a dull thunk on your tongue. Adding some Bone Dust as a rub before roasting it will give your lamb the kick it needs to be truly stunning. The carrots with their glaze of buttery brown sugar pair so nicely with the happily spiced lamb that you will unintentionally hoover this meal. It’s just that good.
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Ghost Pepper Salsa

Ghost Pepper Salsa

Ohhh! Tingly

Posted on December 09, 2013

I want to warn you, though, please make sure that you wear gloves when chopping the pepper, and when you're cleaning up. The capsaicin in these is intense. You may even want to consider a mask while working with them. I got it on my hands while cleaning up the dishes. Not nearly as horrific experience as when I chopped a scotch bonnet bare handed, but my fingers are tingly and tight today.

It's that time of year, the squirrels are making caches of food for the winter, and so do a lot of us, myself included. Tell us about your favourite food to make in bulk and store for later! Leave a comment below.

Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Red Wine Injected Roast Beef

Red Wine Injected Roast Beef

With Injected Baked Potatoes

Posted on December 09, 2013

Injecting marinade into your meat is a great way to get that marinated flavour and tenderness without taking the time to actually marinate. This is also a great way to increase the melt-in-your-mouth-ness of a good cut of meat. Napoleon's Deluxe Marinade Injector is a great tool to have in your arsenal of great grilling tools.

The husband was running late the night I made this for dinner. It was quite a treat when he came home and found a perfectly cooked roast beef dinner waiting for him. Depending on the size of the roast you get, this meal doesn't take much longer than most. Give it a try, a weeknight treat or a weekend meal. Red Wine Injected Roast Beef With Injected Baked Potatoes is just plain good. Leave a comment below and tell us about your favourite "treat" meat and potatoes meal.

Posted in: Beef
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Beef Carne Asada

Beef Carne Asada

Barbecue Style Tacos

Posted on December 09, 2013

When you get a craving, there's not much you can do but cater to it, well when it comes to food anyway. I had been craving some tacos for a while so this was just an amazing treat. While braising I tested the meat a couple of times and was surprised at how spicy it was. I was worried that the Carne Asada was going to be too spicy, but it turned out perfectly.

Now I know that some of you like to keep things hot. If you are after that, I would really recommend making this Ghost Pepper Salsa to go with your Carne Asada. Though I am curious! Mild, Medium, or HOT HOT HOT? Leave a comment below and tell us how you like it!

Posted in: Beef
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Honeyed Curry Chili Chicken

Honeyed Curry Chili Chicken

Marinated For Good Measure

Posted on December 06, 2013
Depending on your choice of curry pastes, this dish can get spicy. Same with the chili sauce. You can cool it down or heat it up depending on your tastes. How do you like your food? Leave a comment below and tell us how you like it! Hot or not!
Posted in: Poultry
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Grilled Chicken Legs

Grilled Chicken Legs

with Rum BBQ Sauce

Posted on December 06, 2013
Used the new  TravelQ™ Larry again for these legs. It was very cold and windy, but I was able to set up in a sheltered area and got the grill up to medium-high in about 5 minutes. The honey and sugar in the sauce caramelized quickly, so you want to do many coats of sauce while you’re grilling them and flip often, although I know that’s not generally the way of the gourmet griller. But the legs are already half cooked after 5 minutes, so you’re good to go. This sauce goes very well over wings and on pork as well. But when you tuck in, make sure that you have lots of napkins and wet-naps handy. Leave a comment and tell us about your favourite messy food. One that needs wet-naps after eating!
Posted in: Poultry
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