Food Drink Buzz Search: Mutton lamb
Smoked Lamb Shanks
These amazing smoked lamb shanks are easy to prepare and tender. They are marinated in a spicy chimichurri sauce and bursting with flavor.
22 hours ago - Food Gawker
Thursday Sips & Nibbles
I'm back again with a new edition of Sips & Nibbles, my regular column where I highlight some interesting, upcoming food and drink events. I hope everyone dines out safely...
1 day ago - Passionate Foodie
Celebrate the spring holidays with one of these 10 lamb recipes
For Ramadan, Passover or Easter, lamb lends itself to a full spectrum of flavors and a variety of cooking methods. Here are 10 options for your holiday table.
1 day ago - Los Angeles Times
Bourbon-glazed lamb chops are a festive weeknight meal with meaning
The bourbon-glaze on these lamb chops is a nod to chef Toya Boudy's hometown of New Orleans.
3 days ago - The Washington Post
Smoked Leg of Lamb
If you're looking for a show-stopping dish for your dinner table, this Smoked Leg of Lamb Recipe is it! It's tender, juicy, and easy!
5 days ago - Food Gawker
Pomegranate molasses kebabs
Fish sauce and pomegranate molasses combine for an easy marinade for kebabs that are served with a salted onion salad.
6 days ago - Food Gawker
Fasolia Bean and Lamb Stew
Fasolia is a stew popular across the Middle East & Eastern Mediterranean, my version has Lebanese influences & features white beans and lamb
7 days ago - Food Gawker
Costco Shoppers Can't Stop Raving About the New 5-Pound Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie
Costco's latest party-size dessert is a love letter to fans of a classic food combo: peanut butter and chocolate. Earlier this month, the warehouse club quietly released a...
7 days ago - PopSugar
Homemade mint sauce
Our homemade mint sauce recipe is a simple yet flavourful condiment, perfect for bringing a touch of brightness to your meat or veg.
7 days ago - Food Gawker
During Ramadan in Hyderabad, All Roads Lead to Haleem
Crowd in Old City during Ramadan. | Navin Sigamany During the holy month, legions of cooks gather at restaurants, warehouses, and street stalls to spend hours mashing the...
8 days ago - Eater
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An Early Modern Christmas Party
Or The Pastry Kunstkammer The Burghley Nef. Nautilus shell with parcel-gilt silver mounts, raised, chased, engraved and cast, and pearls. France 1527-1528 Courtesy Victoria and...
Jim Broadbent as King William IV having a row with the Duchess of Kent in front of an assemblage of some of my Georgian dessert food, including some Savoy cakes and a moulded...
Some Christmas Night Caps
My favourite Christmas tipple - Punch Royal - but why the orange peel? Recipe and explanation below. I was recently given a small job by a television production company to...
Chef Comes To Pemberley
And Throws His Teddy Bear Out Of The Pram! A still from a kitchen scene in Death Comes to Pemberley, a BBC drama production based on the novel by P.D. James Earlier this year I...
Macedoine Jelly Revisited
A couple of glamorous victorian entremets in my kitchen Just a quickie. I have just spent a couple of days filming with a BBC crew making a number of items of period food...
To Roast a Pound of Butter
Some butter rotates 'a good distance from the fire' on a wooden spit in an abortive attempt to roast a pound of butter according to instructions from William Ellis, The Family...
To Roast a Pike
A pike roasted in front of the fire according to the directions in Elizabeth Birkett Here Booke 1699. It is stuffed with pickled herring, herbs, spices, anchovies, butter and...
A Medieval Meal for Real
The roasting range in the kitchen of Gainsborough Hall, probably being used for the first time in four hundred years as it was intended, for roasting a full range of meats and...
A Victorian Altar to Curry and Other Events
A high Victorian table at Hutton-in-the-Forest I have been so busy over the past few months, that I have had no time at all to post on this blog. I have really missed it. So...
Ryce Puddings in Scoured Guts
Rice puddings boiled in skins made from Gervase Markham's 1615 recipe When I was a child, I frequently heard the popular idiom, 'he could n't knock the skin off a rice...