Recipes

Spinach and Ricotta Shells


Italian influence explodes in a variable torrent of flavours. The rich tomato with the sharp cheese is epic. Ingredients 20 Giant Pasta Shells (Conchiglie) 1 Tbsp Oil 2 Rashes of Rindless Bacon 1 Onion, chopped 500g Spinach 750g Ricotta cheese 1/3 Cup Grated Parmesan 500ml Tomato Pasta Sauce (Either homemade or bottle) Directions Add the More >

Steak and Guiness Pie with Wicked Mash


I am not a Guiness drinker but this pie really hits the spot. Serve the pie around the average temp of a pommy pub’s schooner…….90 C Ingredients 1kg Diced Steak 1 tbsp of Flour 1 Tbsp Brown Sugar 5 Onions 10oz can of Guiness 8 slices of Irish Bacon or Turkey Bacon 20ml olive oil More >

The Brontosausus Steak


Follow these steps for certain intestinal crowding. People experience visions during the consumption of this meal. Some say it’s due to being over joyed. Others say mild poisining. You be the judge. If anybody wants to arrange a brontosaurus-off I would be happy to sponsor such an event. Save for 2 weeks Attach trailer with More >

Top Notch Burger Patties


You get good quality meat and these are as tasty as you will find. The mix allows for many patties to be pre-made for a busy function. The taste and economy are unmatched. Ingredients 1kg Premium Mince 1 Whole Egg 1 Carrot Gratted 1 Large Diced Onion 3 Tbsp Worcestershire Sauce 1/2 cup of Bread More >

Corn Chowder


“Say Showder Frenchy!!! ” I am a huge corn fan so I really enjoy this dish. It is very hearty and goes really well when done in the camp oven. Ingredients 1 Large Onion 3 Shortcut Bacon Rashers 30g Butter 750g Potatoes, Peeled and Cubed 1 1/2 cups Milk 500ml Chicken Stock 440g can of More >

Creamy Mushroom Soup


Mushrooms are the most wonderful addition to a soup, they fill the void left in the absence of meat. Ingredients 2 Large Onions 60g Butter 2 Cloves Garlic, crushed 500g Mushrooms, sliced 1/4 Cup Plain Flour 550ml Milk 375ml Beef Stock 1/4 Cup Parsley Directions Dice onions very finely Melt Butter in a large pot More >

Lamb Slow Cooker


This is as easy as set and forget. A few occasional stirs and some good quality ingredients will ensure a top meal every time. Also very tasty on toast the next day. The easiest way to cook this is in an actual slow cooker, however a pot on the stove can be done also. Ingredients More >

Pumpkin Soup


The best tinned soup doesn’t come close to this simple yet stunning classic. Ingredients 1kg Pumpkin, chopped into small pieces 500ml Chicken Stock 1 Large Onion, Chopped finely 2 Cloves Garlic 1 Tablespoon of lemon juice 250ml Water 100ml Thick Pouring Cream Directions Combine the pumpkin, water, stock, onion and garlic in a large pan. More >

Bacon and Shallot Savoury Bread


This loaf is the perfect accompanyment for either soup starter or a light tomato pasta. The tastes and textures are exquisite. Soft warm bread inside with a chewy/crusty combo layered on the outside. Three could be cooked in the oven at once very inexpensively….impressing all. Ingredients 1 Vienna Loaf 1/2 Cup of Grated Cheddar Cheese More >

Cob Loaf


Melted cheese/bacon/shallot wonder dip. Cooked inside a loaf. Eat the dip with the cooked loaf. Ingredients 1 Small Onion, Diced 1 Large Cob Loaf from the bakery 4 Bacon Rashes, Diced 2 Tbsp of Butter 3 Shallots, Diced 250g Philidelphia Cream Cheese 300ml Thick Cream 2 Cups Grated Cheese Directions Simmer the onion, bacon and More >