• How To Cook Your Tomahawk Steak

    How To Cook Your Tomahawk Steak

    Also known as the ‘cowboy steak’, Tomahawk is an extra large cut with a buttery soft piece of rib meat with the bone  making it flavoursome and juicy which has the melt-in-the-mouth effect when cooked right. This part is taken from the unused part of the ribcage giving it a very meaty cut. This marvelous cut is  truly worth all the time and patience, as its majestic meaty...
  • High Protein Diet - Why Ketogenic?

    High Protein Diet - Why Ketogenic?

    Quick Facts About Ketogenic Diet Ketogenic diet consist of proteins that fill a person up and may reduce hunger-stimulating hormones. It promotes high protein and high fat intake while limiting grains and starchy food.  Low-Carb Diets Reduce Your Appetite Hunger is the biggest enemy for all of us. When we don't satisfy this simple problem, it is easy to fall into the temptation to indulge...
  • 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...
  • Cooking The Perfect T-Bone Steak

    Cooking The Perfect T-Bone Steak

    T-Bone steak is a beautiful and flavourful cut, a T shaped bone with meat either side consisting of two lean, tender steaks - the strip and tenderloin. Both are connected by a T shaped bone. A quicker cut to cook compared to a tomahawk cut. By searing at a high temperature, it creates a delicious caramelized juicy meat in the middle. TOP TIP Let the meat rest 30mins...
  • How to cook the perfect steak

    How to cook the perfect steak

    Cooking a perfect steak is easy when you follow these steps! Bring the steak to room temperature before cooking. Heat the pan to a moderate heat. Too hot and you will scorch the steak before it can cook. Season your steak before putting it in the pan Cook on one side until moisture appears, then gently turn over Test the 'doneness' with a light...
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