Category Archives: Meat

Sukiyaki = Autumn leaves blown from tree

I am excited to make Sukiyaki for the first time. I was inspired at the grocery store when I saw some thinly cut beef. Continue reading

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“Rabbit with Carrots” = How To Cook Rabbit

A week ago on Tuesday evening I was at Richard Lafortune’s place for a “bunny with carrots” meal. I supplied the carrots, which I had bought at the Farmer’s Market on Saturday. Continue reading

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7 hour Leg of Lamb the Traditional French Way = Pass the Mint Jelly

When Bill offered to cook leg of lamb for Easter dinner I was right there. Bill’s choice for a recipe was a traditional French way of preparing the lamb.
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Irish Stew – It Is Still Winter in The Northland

You may be enjoying trees and crocus blossoming in other parts of the world, but I am thinking about Irish stew to warm the remaining wintery evenings in my part of the world. Continue reading

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25 Below Zero Indian Yogurt Chicken = The Whole Chicken Cut Up

I bought a whole chicken, which I would normally bake without a second thought. Continue reading

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