Suckling Pigs

Suckling Pig

Suckling pigs A true paddock to plate pork experience   Meat at Billy’s sources suckling pigs direct from a local farms North-West of Toowoomba. These suckling pigs are free range and range in size starting from 8kg. We require at a minimum 7 days notice for all orders. For more information and pricing please contact info@meatatbillys.com.au. Christmas Orders…
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Macadamia Fed Free-Range Pork

Meat at Billy’s sources free-range suckling pigs from Farmer Vaughn who owns a small independent farm North West of Toowoomba. Farmer Vaughn has been feeding a few of his pigs a diet of solely macadamia nuts for 4-5 weeks and tells us that the subtle flavour of the macadamias really comes through the meat. It also gives the…
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Low & Slow BBQ with The Brisbane BBQ Mafia

Meat at Billy’s is the proud sponsor of The Brisbane BBQ Mafia. These four guys are heading to the Australian Blues & BBQ Festival in Port Macquarie in late March to battle it out against Australia’s best in the Australian BBQ Wars.   We asked Drew, one of the Mafia, about cooking BBQ.   1. How…
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Sticky Sweet & Smoky Char Siu Pork

Blend Smoked Honey is 100% raw local honey that has been cold wood smoked and crafted with toasted spices & natural artisan ingredients. You can drizzle it over thick cut bacon, grilled pineapple or pan fried Haloumi… Mix with other sauces, vinegars & spices to make your own smoky glazes, salad dressings, cocktails or to finish…
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PORK SCHNITZEL WITH SAGE & PARMESAN CRUST

Ingredients: *4 pork leg schnitzels*50g plain flour*Salt and pepper*2 Eggs*½ cup water*200g Panko crumbs*10 sage leaves, finely chopped*¼ cup continental parsley, finely chopped*¼ cup parmesan cheese, grated*Oil for shallow fryingTo serve:Coleslaw, lemon wedges & fresh rocketCooking Instructions: 1. Flatten pork leg steaks with a meat mallet or rolling pin *you can ask your friendly butcher…
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CREAMY MUSHROOM & PORK LOIN STEAKS

Ingredients: *4 lean, thick cut pork medallions*Salt and pepper to season*100 g butter*400 g portabello mushrooms cups (or a mix of mushrooms)*½ cup port wine or maderia*½ cup beef stock*1 tsp cornflour*¼ cup thick cream*2 tblsp chives, finely choppedTo serve: thick cut chips & steamed asparagus or broccoliniCooking Instructions: 1. Season pork steaks with salt and pepper. Heat…
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JAMAICAN FLAVOURED BURGERS WITH SWEET POTATO CHIPS

Whenever I travel to other major cities I usually always visit a Jamaican restaurant. I love the bold flavours and simple but tasty cooking style and Brisbane doesn’t really have any authentic Jamaican eateries yet. When I came across this range of Jamaican rubs & sauces from The Ja Joint last year I was very excited. Not only are they…
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NEW PORK, PALE ALE & DILL SAUSAGES

As you might have noticed, we’re a little keen on coming up with great new sausage flavour combinations. This month we’ve been working with Green Beacon Brewery in Teneriffe to come up with this great combo using their 3 Bolt Pale Ale. We hope you guys like them as mush as we do.

TIPS FOR THE BEST CRISPY CRACKLING

crispycrunchysaltyfattyrichdelicious pork crackling. Customers often ask us how to get really good crackling and honestly, it’s super easy. The easiest way to ensure awesome crackling is to plan ahead. Step 1: Leave your pork cut uncovered in the fridge overnight before cooking.This dries the skin out which is the important step. This pretty much guarantees maximum crunchiness. Step 2:…
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STICKY BOURBON BBQ CHOPS

This recipe comes courtesy of the Australian Pork website www.pork.com.au Ingredients: 4 pork forequarter chopsSalt and pepperSauce:  1 cup barbeque sauce1 cup brown sugar2 tblsp tomato paste½ cup water2 inch piece of ginger, peeled and sliced finely100ml bourbon whiskeyCooking Instructions: 1. Preheat oven to 170°C.2. Cut the pork forequarter chops in half and season with…
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SLOW COOKED PORK BELLY IN MASTERSTOCK

This Masterstock from the Stock Merchant is a new favourite ingredient of mine. While it’s probably simple enough to make yourself at home, in reality I usually just don’t have the time. Master Stock is traditionally used in Chinese cuisine to marinate, braise and poach meats including chicken, duck and pork. Well known chefs including Neil…
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BENITO’S POLPETTA (ITALIAN MEATBALLS)

Recipe courtesy of Jacqueline Guglielmino www.everydaycook.com.au   For the meatballs 500 grams of pork mince 500 grams of beef or veal mince 3 tablespoons of Pecorino cheese 2 eggs 1/4 cup of chopped continental parsley 1 cup of breadcrumbs salt and pepper For the sauce Diced garlic (up to you how much) 2/3 of the…
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