Braised Pork Belly

This braised pork belly recipe fits neatly into the family of melt-in-your-mouth slow braised pork belly dishes. All the succulent, lusciousness of pork belly, with the stewy richness of doenjang. This dish is a good source of essential amino acids, minerals, and vitamins. Doenjang is a fermented soybean paste made of soybean and brine. This… Continue reading Braised Pork Belly

Sausage Patties

This homemade sausage patties recipe can be made using beef, pork or chicken sausage meat and has a good list of variations and serving suggestions. These patties will give you all the taste you’re used to from the commercial stuff, without the preservatives and shockingly vast amounts of salt. You can double the recipe and… Continue reading Sausage Patties

Bacon and Spinach Salad

Spinach and bacon salad

Bacon and Spinach Salad Another bacon salad recipe that you will absolutely love! Who doesn’t like bacon anyway? Baked to a crunch, it goes well with any kind of salad. Create your ranch dressing from scratch or use your store bought favourite. Perfect for lunch or even dinner when you want to have a light… Continue reading Bacon and Spinach Salad

Angels on Horseback

Angels on Horseback are so easy and simple to make and delicious! Prepare them in advance and grill just before serving. These are an awesome hot hors d’oeuvre or savoury made of bacon wrapped oysters. These oysters with bacon are a luxurious party nibble or finger food and are low carb, keto friendly and gluten… Continue reading Angels on Horseback

Boil up

Boil Up Recipe

Easy as traditional Maori boil up NZ style, with dumplings and lashings of both root and leafy vegetables. What is a Boil Up? NZ Boil Up is a traditional method of cooking used by the Maori in New Zealand. Starchy vegetables such as sweet potato, potatoes, cabbage leaves, are boiled together with pork bones, spinach/watercress.… Continue reading Boil up