Palestinian Chicken with Sumac and Onion

Palestinian Chicken with Sumac and Onion

Musakhan is a traditional Palestinian chicken meal that's served from one dish, for everyone to tear of bread and sandwich the tender, spiced chicken and onions in between. With the mild weather we've been blessed with, we cooked the chicken on the barby to give the whole dish a nice, toasty flavour but cooking it in the oven will works wonderfully too! 
Charred Sugarloaf Cabbage, Radicchio & Leek with Goats Cheese and Salsa Verde

Charred Sugarloaf Cabbage, Radicchio & Leek with Goats Cheese and Salsa Verde

This delicious charred cabbage, radicchio and leek with goats cheese and salsa verde was written by Clementine Day of @somethingsiliketocook to eat alongside our Slow Cooked Lamb Shoulder.
Mortadella Sando!

Mortadella Sando!

The sun is shining and working from home has become a whole lot more enjoyable, but if you’re really looking at taking it to another level, we’ve got just the thing for you! It’s our mortadella sandwich recipe, with a giardiniera studded mayo, provolone, pickles, red onion and some crunchy shredded lettuce. Trust us, it tastes as good as it looks!

Recipes to Spoil Dad this Father's Day!

Recipes to Spoil Dad this Father's Day!

There’s a thousand things on our plate at the moment, throw Father’s Day in the mix and we’re stumped! No need to stress though because we’ve listed our favourite Father’s Day recipes so that you can spoil your dad or hubby this coming Sunday. 

Maple Glazed Mortadella Sando by Alex Pineo

Maple Glazed Mortadella Sando by Alex Pineo

When you're launching a new house-made mortadella, who better to test than @pineo.grigio! ​ Expect nothing short of a salty and sweet, delectable flavour bomb with Alex's recipe for a Maple Glazed Mortadella Sando!
Baked Beans For Dad

Baked Beans For Dad

Baked beans are an all-time favourite and boy are they better than tinned! Use dried beans and soak them over night so you end up with butter soft centres and an intact outer. Flavoured with smoked paprika, rosemary and fennel, this comforting breakfast is perfectly paired with sourdough, butter, fried eggs and a cup of joe. If you're looking to really treat your Dad this Father's Day, this recipe is sure to make for a memorable Sunday morning.

Fried Rice with Ham Hock

Fried Rice with Ham Hock

If you've got leftover rice from dinner the night before, an overly satisfying and delicious way of using it, is turning it into fried rice! We've used a ham hock in this classic Chinese dish, which adds a wonderful smokiness as well as deep umami flavour.
Beef Rib Ragu

Beef Rib Ragu

Pork Cotoletta

Pork Cotoletta

Throughout August in Melbourne, we're all looking for some deeply satisfying meals to get us through the winter. This recipe uses beyond-free-range pork cutlets which are incredibly juicy and tender, so you can't really go wrong. The seasoned crust turns a nutty brown from being cooked in butter and pairs perfectly with the fresh, lightly pickled fennel salad. 

Skillet Chicken Pie

Skillet Chicken Pie

During winter, we're no doubt craving heart-warming comfort food, with pies definitely ticking all the boxes! This recipe is a weeknight favourite as it's all made in one cast iron pan, which results in an easy clean up. We've packed this pie full of veggies so you don't have to feel guilty about indulging mid-week and with a layer of puff pastry, you know you'll have the kids wanting more!

Our Top 5 Freezer Friendly Meals

Our Top 5 Freezer Friendly Meals

There's some days where we're happy to spend the entire day in the kitchen, cooking countless meals and then there's others where cooking one meal can seem too much of a chore. So with the days that you're feeling particularly energetic, it's important to cook recipes that will hold up well in the freezer so that you've always got a quick, nutritious and most importantly, tasty meal that can be ready in minutes. We've listed our favourites below. 
Pork, Cabbage + Chive Potstickers

Pork, Cabbage + Chive Potstickers

There's something particularly meditative about sitting down and folding dumplings, which is exactly the type of past time that we're all currently looking for. The filling for these potstickers is very simple, including pork, cabbage and garlic chives. Getting the folding right can take some practise, but if you're struggling, just folding them into half moons will work well too!