Seafood, ham and trifle... and leftovers.
A multi-million dollar renaissance has been taking place at the iconic Cottesloe Beach Hotel. Established in 1905 and renovated in the 1930s and 40s, the building still retains the art deco character that makes it such a striking beachfront landmark. Some patrons may remember the wilder, rougher days of The Cott, but today, with tighter […]
Last month, Jac, my sister Juji and her boyfriend Jay went to dinner at Divido Italian restaurant in Mount Hawthorn to celebrate Jay’s birthday. Divido’s been on our list of restaurants to check out ever since the Largesse Dining event in May. That night, the third course was the porcini and spinach rotolo by Jason […]
We had friends over for dinner. Jac bought marinated lamb ribs to serve for a starter. Here they are in the oven tray ready for cooking. Lamb ribs on a bed of greens, served as a shared starter. The ribs hadn’t looked like they had much meat on them, but I was wrong, they were […]
Jac made this lamb curry for dinner recently. She used a curry mix from one of the half-jars we had in the fridge and cooked the lamb for ages so it was lovely and tender. But my favourite thing about the curry was the carrot chunks – they were so soft and sweet, and tasted […]
For a recent dinner, Jac panfried lamb cutlets to a tender pink medium and served them with some toast and a dish she called “vegetable hot pot”. It looked to me like a vegetarian variation of the chicken stew she’s made. No, sorry, no recipe to share yet. :) I dipped my toast in the […]
Jac bought these crumbed lamb schnitzels from the supermarket. The crumbed coating was deliciously crunchy and really tasty. It was nice having crumbed lamb for a change, instead of the usual chicken. The lamb tasted so good that again, no sauce was necessary.