Lamb is such a versatile meat. You can roast it, casserole it, grill and bbq it, whatever you have the time or the taste for. The page of lamb recipes that Mum kept from July 1997 showcases this versatility. This recipe give a basic lamb chop a real lift and makes a change from just eating it with tomato sauce.
This is another recipe from the Herald Sun ‘The Promised Lamb’ page back in July 1997. The combination of Asian spices with the lamb should be really tasty.
Mum keep a page of lamb recipes from the Herald Sun dated July 1, 1997, this recipe baking the lamb in chilli and beer caught my eye. Not sure if I’ll give it a try, but you might like to.
The sun is shining, the weather is warming up, so it must be time to start barbecuing again. If like me you want a change from chops and sausages this pork recipe might appeal.
I’m usually not a fan of cheesecake style desserts that use gelatine as a setting agent, but in this case I think the chocolate and cherries add good strong flavours and should make it taste really good. I also like the idea of using Gaiety biscuits for the base.
Today is the 1st day of Spring here in Melbourne. You could argue that it’s too late in the year to post a soup recipe, but for soup lovers like me, it’s never too late!!!
Was travelling through country NSW recently and after a long day of driving we decided to have a quick meal at a Chinese restaurant before an early night – big mistake. I wasn’t all that hungry and thought a prawn omelet would be ideal. Not so, it was dreadful, unrecognizable frozen seafood and a heavy pancake thick ‘egg’ batter, really awful. Nothing at all like this recipe which is full of fresh vegetables, prawns and 8 eggs – and I’m sure no dose of indigestion as I had after my Tamworth one.