1. Make small incisions and stuff your lamb shoulder with rosemary and garlic.Then rub with olive oil and salt.(doesn't affect the tenderness but adds plenty of flavour) 2. Pre-heat the oven as hot as it will go (~240 degrees). 3. Cover your lamb in foil or place it in a crock pot. 4. Turn the temp down to 180 degrees and slow-roast for 2 hours. 5. After you remove it from the oven, let it rest for 20 mins so it relaxes and separates from the bone. Follow these steps and your lamb shoulder will fall off the bone, just...
A successful day starts with a simple and effective morning routine.
In this blog post I'll show you the first thing I do when I wake up to set myself up for creativity and productivity.
When we sleep we lose water through sweat and breathing.
A slight headache when you wake up and/or instant hunger might actually be dehydration.
Here's how to make a quick drink to rehydrate your body first thing in the morning.
Cooking steak is both the easiest thing you can do and the hardest.
Sure, you can throw any old steak in a pan and hope for the best.
But, if it's a great cut of meat, it won't reach anywhere near it's full potential without some skill and importantly, some love.
The first place to start is to workout how YOU like your steak.
You don't need to head out to enjoy perfect pork belly. One of the hidden benefits is you can source the pork yourself ensuring it's free range, hormone free and fresh! Here's my super simple pork belly recipe:1. Purchase 2kgs of premium pork belly from McKenzie's Meats. 2. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.3. Pat dry the pork belly using a paper towel or a clean tea towel.4. Rub some salt into the pork belly skin. I like to cut some cross-cuts into the skin creating grooves for the salt and making it easier to dice up once cooked.5. Place pork belly...
Learn how to make the most delicious chilli con carne ever.
Simple, fast and nutritions. This is an absolute crowd-pleaser!