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SLOW COOKER BEEF CHEEKS IN HONEY, SOY, GARLIC BUTTER SAUCE

Slow Cooker Beef Cheeks in honey, soy, garlic butter sauce

   This Slow Cooker Beef Cheeks in honey, soy, garlic butter sauce was written especially for a slow cooker however it’s easy enough to adapt if you don’t have one. Each slow cooker differs slightly too so the times given are an approximation only. Beef cheeks are quite rich and I generally find that allocating […]

BEEF BOURGUIGNON

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Beef Bourguignon otherwise known as Beef Burgundy is a rich & hearty beef stew cooked in red wine and beef stock and often includes onions, carrots, potatoes & bacon! Our beef cut of choice for this dish is our chuck steak. The long, slow cooking time will reward you with flavourful and tender beef. Recipe & […]

PEA & HAM SOUP

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This version of the classic Pea & Ham soup is relatively quick and somewhat lighter due to the fresh peas as opposed to the traditionally used dried split peas. If you prefer dried peas or both, ensure you soak your dried peas ahead of time and lengthen the overall cooking time dramatically. We recommend you […]

STOUT BRAISED LAMB SHANKS

Stout Braised Lamb Shanks

When the weather starts to cool down, it’s time to slow cook. Over the course of a couple of hours, the aroma of these Stout Braised Lamb Shanks will waft throughout your kitchen and beyond.  This deliciously simple recipe has been created by Meat at Billy’s regular, Alana Lowes. Stout Braised Lamb Shanks with orange, carrot & thyme […]

HARIRA (MOROCCAN LAMB, TOMATO & LENTIL SOUP)

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Harira is a traditional Moroccan soup of tomato, lentils and chickpeas. It’s warmly fragrant, full bodied and hearty.  This a great way to use up any left over slow roasted lamb shoulder too (if you have any). As with most traditional recipes, one family’s Harira can vary greatly from the next. Feel free to vary […]

SLOW ROASTED LAMB SHOULDER WITH WINTER VEGETABLES

This Slow Roasted Lamb Shoulder recipe highlights seasonal Winter veg & our farm direct pastured lamb. Cooking this cut of lamb slowly and at low temperature will reward you with the softest, most decadent,  fall from the bone, delicious lamb. It’s a guaranteed crowd pleaser. Recipe & images courtesy of Alana Lowes. Slow Roasted Lamb […]

BEEF CHEEKS – Movida recipe

Beef Cheeks recipe

Beef Cheeks They require a bit of pre planning as they take quite a while to cook at a very low temperature. BUT it’s worth it. You’ll be rewarded with a ‘melts in your mouth’ full flavoured cut of beef. You won’t even need a knife!   I’ve cooked beef cheeks a few different ways […]

Goat Curry Recipe

Goat Curry Recipe by Shank Brothers BBQ This goat curry recipe was one of the featured dishes at our recent Billy’s Barnyard Shindig dinner and people are still talking about it. The Shank Brothers kindly supplied us with their recipe and images. This cracking curry is absolutely perfect for the colder nights that will soon […]

MOROCCAN SLOW COOKED LAMB

We use this Moroccan Tagine Intense Flavour Paste a lot in the shop. It’s made right here in Brisbane by a lady named Suzanne Quintner, who has been making Moroccan marinades, pastes & preserved lemons since well before it was popular to do so (-: This is what we use on our our insanely popular, Moroccan lamb shanks that […]

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 […]