Pork Belly Burger with Pineapple and Mint Salsa and Sweet Potato Puree

Shall we address the fact that I have not posted in a while, or shall we just move onto the fact that pineapple makes my tongue itchy? Well it does and has done all of my life. I still eat it though and it’s especially good paired with this crispy po
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DFM’s Spice Rub for Ribs, Meat and Salmon

I’ve mentioned DFM before. He is our Canberran friend that cooks a mean spit roast. His latest accomplishment is cooking his first suckling pig, which unfortunately we missed out on. Never fear, we shall cajole him to cook another one once we are set
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Easy Chicken, Chorizo and Pumpkin Tray Bake with Simple Rocket Salad

You may have noticed that each post on here has tags assigned to it. You can find the tags in italics, just under the heading of the post, next to the date. The tags are links to other similar recipes or posts on this blog. For example if you click o
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Cooking With My Cook Books – Darren Robertson’s Cheat’s Smoked Chicken with Cumin and Coffee

This will be my last recipe in the Cooking With My Cook Book series. You can click here to see all of the recipes in this series. It’s my last recipe for the series, so I’m changing it up a little and I’m actually cooking a recipe of Darren Robertson
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Slow Cooked Pork Ribs with Home Made BBQ Sauce

A few weekends back, I had an epic afternoon slow cooking some pork ribs. I saw these ribs at the shops about a month ago now. It’s not often you see large chunks of meat in Singapore so I got a bit excited and purchased them on the spot. They were o
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Tex Mex Rice Bowl

This tex mex rice bowl is comfort food for me. It’s got all my favourite bits from a burrito and the spicy minced beef sitting on the rice, reminds me of a dish that mum used to make for my brother, sister and I when we were kids. So I know this seem
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Mexican Chipotle Shredded Beef – Served in Burritos

We eat a lot of Tex-Mex and Mexican influenced food. In fact, since I’ve started cooking and photographing for this blog, I have already made two dishes that involve tortillas. This is the first one for you. I remember worrying that we wouldn&#
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Slow Cooked Pork with Cajun Spiced Sweet Potato Chips and Tangy Slaw

It was so hard choosing what to bring with us to Singapore. I don’t think we ended up bringing that much, although I was lucky enough to be able to bring quite a few boxes of cook books that I couldn’t live without. In hindsight, I wish we brou
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