Project 2012: Day 309
Sticking with the Mexican theme this week. My second favourite Mexican dish is the Crispy Chicken Fajita. These are a lot simpler to make than the traditional variety, and if anything tastier.
Ingredients: 400g chicken breasts or thighs Old El Paso Crispy Chicken Fajita crumb mix or 250g crumbed corn flakes […]
Project 2012: Day 302
Ironically it was while living in England, that our South African friends, Andy and Annie O’Donovan, treated us to this Mexican Recipe. Yet, it is one of our favourite meals and a staple at least twice a month. We often use this to entertain.
I’m talking of course about Fajitas (pronounced […]
What can I say, this recipe is famous from East Grinstead in England to West Pennant Hills in Australia.
This is easy as, tasty, and wholesome. A great candidate for the Rog42 Bloke Recipe book.
Ingredients 1 Red onion 500g Lean mince 1 can chopped tomatoes 2 fresh tomatoes 1 […]
Project 2012: Day 288
This weeks recipe is a super simple, super yummy, Apple slice. Make this one and I guarantee you’ll be the star of the party (assuming you don’t taste it first, and likely finish it off)
Ingredients: 390g Bag Golden Butter Cake Mix 400g Tinned Apples 300g Sour Cream 125g Unsalted Butter […]
Project 2012: Day 246
Here's another simple “cook to impress” meal that any bloke can do. And let me tell you, it's easy, and absolutely yummy. You can use this for breakfast, or as part of a Tapas style meal for lunch or dinner. It's also perfect for those Sunday evenings when you want […]
Project 2012: Day 239
We're returning to the fire this week. We all love corn on the cob, and mostly people boil (good) or microwave (very bad) this dish.
But if you want super awesome blokey, and easy to make corn on the cob, then read on fellow epicurean:
Ingredients: Corn on the cob (naturally) […]
Project 2012: Day 232
As you know I hopped on Lucia, my trusty Ducati, on Saturday, and rode almost 1000 kms for the Black Dog Ride. Now I do have to give a HUGE SHOUT OUT to the Lions Club of Australia. In every little town that the ride stops at, throughout the country, they […]
Project 2012: Day 225
There is nothing that tops the smell of bacon cooking. Except maybe Fresh Bread Baking. Then again, there is nothing that tops the smell of Bacon cooking.
But how do you like it? Grilled or Fried….
I’m about to head to the USA on a 10 day Motorbike Adventure, […]
Project 2012: Day 218
Ok this is the third (and final) recipe I’m borrowing from Matt Preston. Again, like Matt, I like things when they are simple, scrumptious, and healthy. At least 2 out of 3….
This one is. It’s Banana Ice Cream.
Ingredients: Frozen, peeled, very ripe Bananas – preferably over-ripe Method: Blend Scoop […]
Project 2012: Day 211
There’s something about sticky, sweet, salty, meaty bones that make sense. Perhaps this just takes us back to our primal instincts. The first time that man cooked meat and aeons before the invention of cutlery, used his fingers to hold the bones to suck the delicious meat.
Matt Preston knows […]
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