Mayver’s crunchy dark roast peanut paste slow beef Thai red curry with red cabbage

I’ve already blogged this at Yummy Lummy but because Facebook has still banned me posting links from Yummy Lummy I’m repeating the link here so I can share this on Facebook.

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Sous vide medium-rare beef spinalis dorsi with burnt butter and thyme on a bed of potato mash and served with baby green peas

Sous vide medium-rare beef spinalis dorsi with burnt butter and thyme on a bed of potato mash and served with baby green peas.
Sous vide medium-rare beef spinalis dorsi with burnt butter and thyme on a bed of potato mash and served with baby green peas.
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Quick Thai spiced pumpkin soup

This soup is a bit of a cheat and is a quick way to make a tasty pumpkin soup on a weeknight.

All you need is a pumpkin, some Thai curry paste, and some coriander (if you can tolerate it).

Spicy Thai curry butternut pumpkin soup with coriander. #covidlife #stayhome #workfromhome
Spicy Thai curry butternut pumpkin soup with coriander. #covidlife #stayhome #workfromhome
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Simple surf’n’turf

It’s Anzac day. I did my grocery shopping in the afternoon and spied some steak and prawns and thought “I’ll have that for dinner”.

Pan-fried surf'n'turf. Steak and prawns with coleslaw.
Pan-fried surf’n’turf. Steak and prawns with coleslaw.
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Pork belly and red cabbage

Today was pretty good. I had one teleconference which I could do from home and then there was just a bunch of e-mails to read and answer and other documents to work on.

For dinner, I had a slab of pork belly and some red cabbage to enjoy.

Pork belly and red cabbage ready to be cooked.
Pork belly and red cabbage ready to be cooked.
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