I do love it when a recipe sort of makes itself up as you go along, and you end up with something much more creative than you originally planned. I wanted to use the beef fillet from my Farmison meat box to make a carpaccio salad. I was originally going to use an Italian leaf salad as a base, but ended up spontaneously turning it into tempura and making quite interesting carpaccio rolls. Continue reading →
I rarely have a pious moment, so indulge me and let me say a massive “I TOLD YOU SO”.
For the last 18 months I have been banging my drum about conscientious meat consumption. I’m hardly the first person to have talked about it, nor am I the most influential. So see me as an average member of the Joe Public who made a pledge and stuck to it – and it’s time you did too. Continue reading →
Now for one of my favourite all time dishes that’s very easy to make (and eat!). It’s a tangy, spicy Sichuan recipe for aubergine, to which you can add minced pork, beef and even tofu or chicken. I adore any Chinese recipe for braised aubergine, where the aubergines soak up all the delicious sauces. I used the minced beef from my Farmison meat box to create this dish. Continue reading →
We wrap the Dunwood Farm meat box with.. well, a wrap! The final item in my meat box was some premium 28 day aged minced beef, and I wanted to make something fun, easy and vehemently unlike cottage pie. I decided to recreate a very tasty dish we had recently at Viet Grill in Shoreditch that consisted of sliced ribeye, griddled at the table, which we then wrapped in rice paper with various salad and pickle fillings. Continue reading →
If you’re reading this in England, you will know that we have been having some seriously horridious weather recently. This weekend I defrosted my Aberdeen Angus stewing steak from the Dunwood Farm meat box, and set out to make the ultimate rainy weather recipe – steak pie. Continue reading →