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How to cook perfect pulled pork - I've tried lots of Pulled Pork recipes and this is a fool proof technique. Tie this in with my Burrito recipe on mocc1.blogspot.com

How to cook perfect pulled pork

Is it possible to cook delicious pulled pork without the smoke and drama of a barbecue pit? Felicity Cloake says it is (just don't tell the good ol' boys ... )

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30 Grilled Cheese Sandwiches You Didn't Know Could Possibly Exist (Photos)

There aren't many things in life that can compare to the simple joy of biting into a warm, melty grilled cheese sandwich. Despite the fact that my mother usually burnt it to a crisp (cooking was never really her thing), grilled cheese was always my…

Lemongrass Pork Banh Mi

Lemongrass Pork Banh Mi - sprinkles and sauce

We are crazy for Vietnamese food. I’m a little embarrassed to admit it, but we have take away Vietnamese food once or twice a week, every week! Seriously, I think we are slowly setting up a trust fund for our local Vietnamese shop owner’s children! Our first love is pho (brisket and chicken for me and beef for Arkadi or sometimes we go all out and order the pho combo with tripe, brisket, beef balls, tendons, the works). And bun (vermicelli with meat and spring rolls) and com (broken rice…

Kale tabbouleh

Kale tabbouleh

Use bulgur wheat as the base for this Middle Eastern salad of superhealthy greens, feta cheese and spices

How to make the perfect salsa verde | Life and style | The Guardian

How to make the perfect salsa verde | Life and style | The Guardian

Jamie Oliver - Money Saving Meals - Crispy Lamb Pastillas (using leftover Roast Lamb)

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ShareTweetSubscribe Name Email * It seems my love of lamb and treating it with spices has not raised its hands and waved them about completely unnoticed (I wonder if the several lamb entries in my Top 10 Things to Eat in Istanbul had anything to do with this..). So much so that the nice folk at Jamie Oliver HQ have been kind enough to send over a pretty awesome sounding recipe from this coming Monday’s episode of Money Saving Meals for me to share with you all. They’ve even given me a…

The Mocking Bird: Overnight Oats

Overnight Oats

Saying an elated farewell to winter, for many, marks goodbye to a certain hot breakfast too. I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with porridge. As young Goldilocks fairly pointed out, it can be a tad bland, but equally, can be one of the few breakfasts that actually keeps your mind off lunch until a viable hour. Well, now I've discovered overnight oats, a healthy, energy crammed and fresh way to start a summers day (rain or shine) that if jazzed up nicely, could even wipe porridge off…

The Mocking Bird: Moroccan Lamb with Feta & Pomegranate Salad and Harissa Yoghurt

Moroccan Lamb with Feta & Pomegranate Salad and Harissa Yoghurt

At first glance this may look pretty complicated... it's sooo far from. Yet again, the oven is the hero in this so break your meat buying moulds and hop on the lambwagon, because this summer delight is packed full of beee-autiful flavours. Firstly you want to get yourself a shoulder of Lamb from the butcher/supermarket. This should cost you around £15 (bear in mind it'll comfortably feed 8 or keeps very well for lunches). Ideally you want to prep the next step and marinade overnight but no…

Meatball Tunnel with Jalapeño Sour Cream

Meatball Tunnel with Jalapeño Sour Cream

I remember at university our union used to try and sponge up some of our booziness at the end of club nights by shifting hot dogs that were slid into hollowed out baguettes. Whilst I have fond memories of these, I wanted to take this conceptually but pile in some quality produce. Specifically, steaming hot meatballs with melted cheese & a spicy sour cream to send it all down with. The full list of ingredients is at the bottom of this post, so peruse, purchase and get back up here for the…

Meatball Tunnel with Jalapeño Sour Cream

Meatball Tunnel with Jalapeño Sour Cream

I remember at university our union used to try and sponge up some of our booziness at the end of club nights by shifting hot dogs that were slid into hollowed out baguettes. Whilst I have fond memories of these, I wanted to take this conceptually but pile in some quality produce. Specifically, steaming hot meatballs with melted cheese & a spicy sour cream to send it all down with. The full list of ingredients is at the bottom of this post, so peruse, purchase and get back up here for the…

The Mocking Bird: Pulled Beef and Chorizo Chilli

Pulled Beef and Chorizo Chilli

The humble Chilli con Carne is a crowd favourite over the bleak winter months, but it’s been crying out for a spruce up. Whilst using the usual beef mince is convenient, I’ve decided to... ...have a go at using actual cuts of beef, but slow cooked the shit out of so it melts into your chilli. Winner. Anyway, this is an incredibly straight forward recipe, with time in the oven being the only burden. But, if you leave it to do its thing throughout a Sunday afternoon, it just gets better with…

The Mocking Bird: Zingy Scrambled Eggs on Toast

Zingy Scrambled Eggs on Toast

Lots of chefs bang on about the importance of bringing as many different flavours and textures to a dish as you can to really send your taste buds into a tailspin. So from rich Chorizo and zingy Lime, to spicy Chilli versus sweet... ...Cherry Tomatoes, this really is a live and kicking way to start your weekend. Chop 2 or 3 Spring Onions and sit in a ramekin or similar with the juice of a lime and a sprinkle of salt. This basically helps soften the fierceness of raw onion. You'll see I do…

The Mocking Bird: Basically Healthy Courgette & Feta Muffins

Basically Healthy Courgette & Feta Muffins

I must put my hand up immediately to say that this is the first time I've ever baked, bar maybe making bread in year 8 food tech. But I don't even recall trying the fruits of my labour then as the other classes in the tech department would linger outside the kitchen after lessons, pouncing on you and pecking your precious produce apart like pigeons. Puck' sake. So with the above in mind, this really must be easy to do, so non-bakers, do not flee. So, ingredients above (only need one block of…

The Mocking Bird: Bindi BBQ'd Bird with Summerfied Indian Sides

Bindi BBQ'd Bird with Summerfied Indian Sides

Curry's a bit of a neglected cuisine when the sun starts playing ball in the UK. Ironically, India's always scorching and they manage it?! So why do the phone lines at Balti Towers remain so stagnant when the summer months hit? Because the beloved BBQ is now front and centre of every gathering, and little can dampen its popularity. But even one month into the heat, aren't you getting dried out by burnt burgers and mayo drowned coleslaw? Well alas, I've been testing a bhangra banquet that…

The Mocking Bird: Ice Cold Banana Latte

Ice Cold Banana Latte

I misread my cafe's menu this week and thought banana cake had read banana latte - ughh cello', that could work...and it does! Got a blender and espresso making facilities? Read on, this is barely a recipe... For two you'll need two glasses of milk (skimmed, whole, almond whatever), 1-2 shots of espresso, ice, chocolate, and a banana. Make one espresso and leave to cool. Fill two glasses 3/4 full with milk. Poor into a blender with one whole peeled banana. Once smooth, add a few ice cubes…