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Picanha, also known as beef rump cap, is traditionally cooked hot and fast, then served rare. I saw it advertised for sale last week at our local Harris Farm Market for just $12.99/kg. It was a locally raised, grassfed bargain, so I shouldered my old backpack and walked to the nearest store. Of course, I’d […]

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I had a grand plan. I was going to use a kilo of my recent bargain buy to create a salt dough, which I would then wrap and roast a chicken in. Only…when it came time to make dinner, it just seemed like too much work. So instead, I dragged out my trusty Römertopf baker and sat it […]

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It’s taken me a long time to get my mum to eat sourdough. She’s never been a fan of hard crusty bread, so I had to find a way to bake a consistently soft crusted loaf before I could win her over. I began with a variation on the Overnight High Hydration formula (quantities below are […]

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Last month, the lovely Yiota from Dulwich Hill Gourmet Meats gave me her recipe for beef short ribs. It sounded amazing, with the ribs slow cooking in a low oven for 8 – 10 hours. Here’s her version, in case you’d like to try it… . . . . . As usual, I was in a rush. So […]

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At the Artisan Markets a few weeks go, I had a cup of the most delicious beef and barley soup. The following week I found myself craving the taste again, but I had a busy morning planned and didn’t have time to fuss over a pot on the stove. So I pulled out my Römertopfs and let […]

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