Some months back, the original Meatland website crashed, and readers lost their best-loved recipe source. I've been painstaking restoring this newsletter recipe collection - keep checking in at www.meatland.net to find favorite recipes and new inspiration - and am finally making headway . In the meantime, I regularly receive email requests from concerned cooks who've often made and love certain featured dishes, and are desperate for the now-lost recipe. This gives me an accur
Favorite recipe of all time.
That's the best way I can sum up today's featured post.
Back in the days that I ran my cooking schools both in South Africa and Israel, my Indian-themed class was undoubtedly my most successful, and this lesson plan was repeated at least 50 times over these years.
One dish was the outright winner and, given its authentic origins, this is hardly surprising.
Durban - a seaside city along South Africa's Natal coast - is reputed to have the la
Did you know that a recent survey in the UK revealed that a third of children don't know where milk comes from, and that two fifths think cows drink milk, rather than produce it?
I admit to feeling equally ignorant when it suddenly dawned on me that I had no idea where lentils come from.
Are they seeds of some kind of fruit....do they grow on a tree....can you find them on vines...beneath the soil..or on trailing plants along the ground?
Embarrassed at my lack
It's only the 2nd January and I've already chosen my absolute favorite recipe for the year. Sure, future discoveries may tempt me into sharing this title, but right now, with the flavors of this invigorating dish still lingering on my lips, I find it hard to believe I'll taste anything better. I've had this recipe stashed away to experiment with for months and, now that I've tried it and made it nightly, I wish I could have that wasted time back. Learn from my example and don