Chimichurri Steak Wraps

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Classically served with steak in a good steakhouse, Chimichurri is an incredible sauce that adds huge flavour to red meat. In fact, it replaces mint sauce for us because the last thing we want to do is cover expensive lamb with sugar, cheap vinegar & mint; we want to taste the lamb! Pair this dish with our gorgeous Steak Rub …

Quick & Creamy Prawn Curry

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You’ll know by now that we’re a fan of simple so long as there’s massive flavour!  Sometimes we’re in the mood for spending an hour or two cooking up a great curry, roasting & grinding the individual spices & layering the flavours, really taking our time – but, hey, it’s (usually) the weekend though, right? Mostly though we just don’t …

Mondays’ Sunday Lunch Brunch!

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We’re such a fan of leftovers we often find ourselves buying bigger cuts of meat than we need just to have something to make the day after! One or two roast potatoes and a slice of meat is all we need for a delicious and quick lunch – and when you remember it’s free, it tastes even better! There’s no …

Middle Eastern Stuffed Flatbreads

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One spice you may not have tried before is Sumac. Made from the dried, crushed berries of a sumac tree it is an essential part of any Middle Eastern cuisine, imparting a citrusy, almost bitter taste that’s delicious in marinades, seasonings, stews and soups. Its partner, Za’atar, is Sumac with herbs and spices and both together deliver an incredible and unique flavour. This is …

Ras-el-hanout Lamb

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This is a tremendously easy but incredibly tasty dish, perfect for barbecues and al fresco dining. Of North African origin, Ras-el-hanout literally means ‘top shelf’, referring to the merchant using their finest spices for their best customers. A unique blend often containing more than a dozen different spices according to what’s good at that time, the fresh ground ones have …