Slow-cooked lamb

Good things take time and food is no exception. Ward off winter chills with a Moroccan tagine, African stew, Greek moussaka or tender shoulder of lamb.

Stew is a catch-all term for solid ingredients cooked in liquid. It’s one of the most ancient forms of cooking, and it’s no surprise that the concept is often...
While beef is actually the most commonly consumed red meat in Morocco, it is the Moroccan style of cooking lamb that has truly taken hold in Australian kitchens,...
While moussaka is largely attributed to Greece, variations can also be found in Turkey, where it includes green capsicum, and Serbia, Bulgaria and Macedonia,...
I love this way of cooking lamb. It’s stupidly easy, requires very little preparation and is incredibly delicious. The slow cooking time allows all the bits in...

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