Slow cooked lamb shoulder is one of those easy roasts that’s hard to get wrong. All you need is a little time up your sleeve. You don’t even need to carve it. It should break up easily with just a couple of spoons or forks.
Our recipe contributor, Alana Lowes, has given this lamb shoulder recipe a Middle Eastern twist with a beautiful spiced marinade featuring pomegranate molasses, that’s packed with flavour.
Want to spice your weekend breakfast up a bit? It’s hard to go past Shakshuka. Really, you can’t go wrong with serving this at any time of the day.
It makes serving a small crowd at breakfast time super easy, because everything is cooked in the one pan. Add some crusty bread and viola!
For when your Weetbix just ain’t going to cut it. These Green Eggs & Billy’s Ham Croissants will make things right.
A super simple recipe using our Italian pork meatballs. Feel free to mix up the vegetables. Pumpkin, zucchini or eggplant would also work well. You could also add some feta or goats cheese to the pan or crumble over the top at the end.