• How To Cook Gammon

    How To Cook Gammon

    HOW TO ROAST GAMMON Roast gammon is a dish traditionally served on Christmas Day or a Boxing Day dinner. This rich and succulent saline meat can be served hot or cold. But don't get us wrong, there is every reason to enjoy a roast gammon all year round. Famously paired with seasonal ingredients like peas, asparagus or roast potatoes. Just like most large cuts of meat, scoring the...
  • How To Roast Leg of Lamb

    How To Roast Leg of Lamb

    Quick Tips On Roast Leg of Lamb Slice some small incisions in the skin, cutting into the flesh. This will allow flavours to be abosorbed into the meat. Use rosemary and garlic to stud aromatics into the lamb. Just some classic aromas, but feel free to get creative.  Season well with salt and pepper along with your favourite spices such as moroccan spice, doukka and paprika. Lamb is...
  • How To Smoke Meat Like A Pro

    How To Smoke Meat Like A Pro

    If you have always wanted to level up your Bbq grill game, then cooking smoke meat is your challenge. Ok so you may be a master of creating the perfect bbq lines on your steaks, but can you smoke your own brisket, pork butt, and bacon? No? then this guide is for you. All you need is a pile of wood chips and your...
  • Plating An Impressive Christmas Dinner

    Plating An Impressive Christmas Dinner

    Plating a romantic dinner or decorate a party table, with no fuss! Serve your intimate Christmas Dinner different this year by plating them! What makes this a bit more fun than the usual buffet style is you can customise each dish for the kids. You can keep the buffet for second helpings nearby and keep the table spread filled with some exciting decorations and...
  • TURKEY SIZE & COOKING GUIDE

    TURKEY SIZE & COOKING GUIDE

    SERVING GUIDE FRESH WHOLE TURKEY A whole turkey always tastes and looks amazing on a Christmas or Thanksgiving table spread. It will also feed alot of people depending on its weight. See below for suggested serving size. 4kg – Serves 8-10 5kg – Serves 10-12 6kg – Serves 12-15 7kg – Serves 15-20 8kg – Serves 20-25 PLEASE NOTE: Our online orders for turkey...
  • Beginner's guide to MEAL PREP

    Beginner's guide to MEAL PREP

    What is this trend called Meal Prepping? Meal Prepping is known as different methods of preparing a week's worth of meals. Similar to what we do when we set aside leftovers from a big lunch or dinner for next days' breakfast, lunches, or dinners. Below is an overview on the different methods when meal prepping. WHY Meal Prep? The biggest benefit of this is...
  • How To Cook & Store Roast Bolar Beef

    How To Cook & Store Roast Bolar Beef

    Watch the video above to see how to make a delicious Roast Beef Pot. It is the best dish to make when you are pressed for time and in a rush. Hearty and delicious, this simple guide below will save you from wastage whilst ensuring freshness for your raw/cooked meat. Keep it safe, freeze! It's a common knowledge to us all that freezing beef...
  • How To Store Meat

    How To Store Meat

    STORING BEEF Well cooked meat not only lets the flavours out but it keeps it safe to eat through high heat killing off any bacteria on the meat. This explains why minced meat is a little more sensitive than the regular meat cuts. While the mince is grounded, the bacteria is spread through the beef so it is important to ensure you store your...
  • YOUR HAM GUIDE

    YOUR HAM GUIDE

    WHICH HAM? Dinner ham. A compressed version of ham, similar to deli meat. Flavours are subtle and don't penetrate sauces as well as a bone in. Spiral-cut hams. Spiral-cut hams save slicing time. best eaten cold. Heating pre-sliced ham causes dry out. Bone-in. Bone-in hams are flavorful and tender than their bone-free or spiral-cut. best for roasting HOW MUCH HAM DO YOU NEED? Keep...
  • Beef Mince Guide

    Beef Mince Guide

    DID YOU KNOW... ALL MINCE ARE NOT EQUAL! There are different terms used by big retailers and butchers across South Australia for beef mince. The different varieties include the following: Premium Gourmet Lean Star Ratings Heart Smart Best Choice These categories have a varying level of fat in them so we recommend you check the fat content on the label – or simply ask...
  • How To Freeze Meat

    How To Freeze Meat

    In the middle of an unexpected pandemic in the year 2020, we all learnt one of the most essential hack to survival; Food Preservation. When groceries for the first time in decades had scarcity in food and supplies due to panic buying, our survival mode has reached a maximum level. That meant, freezing lots of fresh food! Freezer burnt meat isn't as good as...
  • How To Choose Your Steak

    How To Choose Your Steak

    We love our steaks but how much do we actually know about each cut? When ordering your favourite cut of steak, we recommend choosing a cut that is between lean and fatty. Steaks with marbling, are often sought for. Hence, why Wagyu can be more expensive. Sourcing your quality beef from your trusted Butchers could be just as good! Every steak cut has its...
[time] ago, from [location]
You have successfully subscribed!
This email has already been registered